- --- In tuning@yahoogroups.com, Mike Battaglia <battaglia01@...> wrote:

> a) I thought the zeta tuning involved taking the integral between two zeros?

That seems to be the zeta goodness figure which works the best.

> b) I also thought the zeta tuning involved doing (t+s)/2, where t and

That can also be done, and is a lot easier.

> s are two successive renormalized zeroes?

> c) Is there any way, if you ever have a sec, I could get a list of the

I'll email it. Do you want the actual zeros, or the zeros normalized so as to correspond to equal divisions?

> first few zeta zeroes unrounded? I'd appreciate it and it would be

> useful for me to figure out what the heck is going on.

- On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 1:28 AM, genewardsmith

<genewardsmith@...> wrote:>

But now you're saying we just take the location of the minimum or maximum?

> --- In tuning@yahoogroups.com, Mike Battaglia <battaglia01@...> wrote:

>

> > a) I thought the zeta tuning involved taking the integral between two zeros?

>

> That seems to be the zeta goodness figure which works the best.

> > c) Is there any way, if you ever have a sec, I could get a list of the

Can you send the normalized ones for equal divisions, just unrounded?

> > first few zeta zeroes unrounded? I'd appreciate it and it would be

> > useful for me to figure out what the heck is going on.

>

> I'll email it. Do you want the actual zeros, or the zeros normalized so as to correspond to equal divisions?

I'd much appreciate it.

-Mike - --- In tuning@yahoogroups.com, Mike Battaglia <battaglia01@...> wrote:

> But now you're saying we just take the location of the minimum or maximum?

Computing a figure of merit and computing an octave retuning are two completely different problems. For the latter, there's another method which is lightening fast but which isn't as easy to justify, by the way.