I finally posted the one-symbol-per-prime notation:
http://forum.sagittal.org/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=99&p=263#p263
In that notation, you can see that all primes up to 37 have exact symbols without any accent marks.
Dave Keenan wrote:I did mean Spartan (plus right accents). Just to show what can be done with that small readily-learnable starter set, and avoid freaking out newcomers with symbols for ratios they may never need. But I guess the real starting point for learning Sagittal for JI should be the 13-limit multi-Sagittal that uses only 4 of those 8 Spartan symbols.
Nice work, Cam!
this may not be the correct forum to pursue this question (Education, perhaps?) ... but I'd like to see:
a) A lesson or tutorial on using the "beginner" set of just 4 Spartan symbols, covering:
- which 4 symbols,
- the ratios involved,
- a small sample piece, both notated and heard,
- an "exercise" or two to self-test comprehension (perhaps involving a comma pump?)
and
b) Information on how to use ("implement" or "install") Sagittal within a number of different notation software packages, starting with Mus2, I guess.
Dave Keenan wrote:Thanks Cam!
But when I try to download them I get a message "The selected attachment does not exist anymore." Do you have any idea why? I can still download your original 39-limit chart.
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