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by cmloegcmluin
Wed Jun 29, 2022 1:01 am
Forum: The lounge
Topic: Ass-backwards
Replies: 3
Views: 2650

Re: Ass-backwards

In related news, I just realized today that some people say "hot on the trail" while others say "hot on the tail". A web search gives about a million hits for either one.
by cmloegcmluin
Sat Apr 16, 2022 1:24 am
Forum: The lounge
Topic: terminology for multiplicative equivalents of common additive concepts
Replies: 10
Views: 4895

Re: terminology for multiplicative equivalents of common additive concepts

I finally got around to writing this up on the xenharmonic wiki, since I use it in a few of my other theory pages there: https://en.xen.wiki/w/Undirected_value
by cmloegcmluin
Tue Mar 01, 2022 12:15 pm
Forum: Notations for other tunings
Topic: Notation for George Secor's High-Tolerance Temperament
Replies: 13
Views: 5275

Re: Notation for George Secor's High-Tolerance Temperament

No progress made on the puzzle, but I do have a bunch of links to the Yahoo tuning list archive with relevant information about 29-HTT: https://yahootuninggroupsultimatebackup.github.io/tuning-math/topicId_17512#17512 https://yahootuninggroupsultimatebackup.github.io/makemicromusic/topicId_6820#6964...
by cmloegcmluin
Sat Nov 06, 2021 1:40 am
Forum: Notations for other tunings
Topic: How can I notate my own temperament?
Replies: 2
Views: 1383

Re: How can I notate my own temperament?

Hi Dannyu NDos . Good to see you again here on the forum. Re: notation, I agree with Yahya that the best way for you to notate these pitches would be to use the same notation Sagittal uses for standard tuning (AKA 12 Equal Divisions of the Octave, or 12-EDO), which is equivalent to standard notation...
by cmloegcmluin
Sun Oct 31, 2021 4:40 am
Forum: Notations for other tunings
Topic: Yer: a Sagittal study
Replies: 22
Views: 8086

Re: Yer: a Sagittal study

It looks like one good way to go with this Yer temperament would be a 13-note MV3 scale , a 7L 4M 2s, with the pattern LMLLMLsLMLMLs, where L ≈ 103.4¢, M ≈ 85.9¢, and s ≈ 66.2¢. That gives you a lattice like this: - (-2,2) 11·13·17·19 13·19/11 585.4¢ (-1,2) 13·19   1133.7¢ (0,2) 11·13·19   482.0¢ (1...
by cmloegcmluin
Sat Oct 30, 2021 11:26 am
Forum: Notations for other tunings
Topic: Yer: a Sagittal study
Replies: 22
Views: 8086

Re: Yer: a Sagittal study

It occurred to me this morning, now that I've been studying regular temperament theory for many months, to look into what a temperament that tempers out the commas that figure prominently in Yer would look like. If you temper out only the Blumeyer comma, you get this 2.11.13.17.19 subgroup mapping: ...
by cmloegcmluin
Tue Oct 26, 2021 11:21 am
Forum: Equal Division notations
Topic: How is 2460edo *actually* notated?
Replies: 8
Views: 2419

Re: How is 2460edo *actually* notated?

@Dave Keenan and @FloraC I have corrected my previous post. Hope I've got it in decent order now. Sorry for goofing up in the first place.
by cmloegcmluin
Tue Oct 26, 2021 2:29 am
Forum: Equal Division notations
Topic: How is 2460edo *actually* notated?
Replies: 8
Views: 2419

Re: How is 2460edo *actually* notated?

FloraC The Extreme precision level of Sagittal's standard JI notation is modeled after 2460-EDO, which uses the full Olympian symbol set, so the notation for 2460-EDO is just every Olympian symbol in order. Dave has corrected the above crossed-out statements in the next post. Sorry for any confusio...
by cmloegcmluin
Sat Sep 25, 2021 10:56 am
Forum: Equal Division notations
Topic: What's the definition of ♯/♭?
Replies: 4
Views: 1582

Re: What's the definition of ♯/♭?

Ah, I see! Yes, depending on the EDO, :#: and :b: may also represent 25/24. But the primary comma is 2187/2048. Meaning, in the absence of other information, that's what one should assume it represents. Let me know if that raises any other questions.
by cmloegcmluin
Sat Sep 25, 2021 10:35 am
Forum: Equal Division notations
Topic: What's the definition of ♯/♭?
Replies: 4
Views: 1582

Re: What's the definition of ♯/♭?

Hi Dannyu NDos ! Welcome to the Sagittal forum. I hope you can get all the info you need, and have some fun and interesting conversations here. In Sagittal, :#: and :b: are the Pythagorean semitone, 2187/2048. You can find this information, and a lot more, here: https://sagittal.org/Sagittal-SMuFL-M...