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53 Tones Scale Microtonal Limits by Ron Porter

53 Tones Scale Microtonal Limits by Ron Porter

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In music, 53 equal temperament, called 53-TET, 53-EDO, or 53-ET, is the tempered scale derived by dividing the octave into 53 equal steps (equal frequency ratios). Each step represents a frequency ratio of 21/53, or 22.6415 cents, an interval sometimes called the Holdrian comma. 53-TET contains additional intervals that are very close to just intonation. For instance, the interval of 17 steps is also a major third, but only 1.4 cents narrower than the very pure just interval 5/4. 53-TET is very good as an approximation to any interval in 5-limit just intonation.
In music, 53 equal temperament, called 53-TET, 53-EDO, or 53-ET, is the tempered scale derived by dividing the octave into 53 equal steps (equal frequency ratios). Each step represents a frequency ratio of 21/53, or 22.6415 cents, an interval sometimes called the Holdrian comma. 53-TET contains additional intervals that are very close to just intonation. For instance, the interval of 17 steps is also a major third, but only 1.4 cents narrower than the very pure just interval 5/4. 53-TET is very good as an approximation to any interval in 5-limit just intonation.

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Published by: Ron Porter on Apr 14, 2012
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53 Tones Scales
by Ron Porter©copyright 2012 Ronald L. Portertrubroadband@hotmail.comall rights reserved
©copyright 2012 Ronald L. Porter trubroadband@hotmail.com
Score[Arranger]
Microtonal LimitsCircle of 4ths/5ths as 22nds/31sts
In music, 53 equal temperament, called 53-TET, 53-EDO, or 53-ET, is the tempered scalederived by dividing the octave into 53 equal steps (equal frequency ratios).Each step represents a frequency ratio of 21/53, or 22.6415 cents, an intervalsometimes called the Holdrian comma.
 
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0CE7#serrorA8bs
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22FA7#s
˙b˙#
44BbD7#s
253 Tones ScalesThere are limits within this software program. It can only show a maximum of 7 sharps or 7 flats. So where there should be 8 sharps or 8 flats; I have notatedwith an error indicator.The pitches used are based on the 12 tones tempered scale.
 
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˙b˙#
13EbG7#s
˙b˙#
35AbC7#s
˙b˙#
Db4F7#s
353 Tones Scales
EACH MEASURE REPRESENTS THESAME TONE IN THE CIRCLE OF22NDS / 31ST IN 53 TONES VOICING.

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