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Re: Writing notes in Pythagorean tuning in microlily

From: kupirijo
Subject: Re: Writing notes in Pythagorean tuning in microlily
Date: Wed, 4 Dec 2019 00:48:00 +0000
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Thank you Adam for your message.

I am still confused by the usage of 72-TET (see excerpt below)

Define makam alterations 72 ET

#(define-public KOMA 1/12) % KOMA 1/9
#(define-public CEYREK 3/12) % CEYREK quarter 1/4
#(define-public EKSIK-BAKIYE 4/12) % EKSIK-BAKIYE 3/9
#(define-public BAKIYE 5/12) % BAKIYE 4/9
#(define-public KUCUK 6/12) % KUCUK 5/9
#(define-public BUYUKMUCENNEB 10/12) % BUYUKMUCENNEB 8/9
#(define-public TANINI 11/12) % 10/9

The AEU notation is based on 53 TET, so KOMA should be 1/53, EKSIK-BAKIYE 4/53 etc

Also the natural notes C D E F G A B are different in 53-TET than in N-TET that are multiple of 12 TET systems like 12-TET, 24-TET or 72-TET

So with respect to C as tonic, D is not 200 cents, E is not 400 cents etc.


Στις 3/12/19 10:02 pm, ο Adam Good έγραψε:
Hi Everyone,
Here's Adam Good. My apologies for arriving late to the party I wasn't aware of this thread! From what I can see this looks to be the most updated version of in the dev channel.

This has been the most practical solution from my view, until we can get involved. 


On Sun, Nov 24, 2019 at 5:02 PM Hans Åberg <address@hidden> wrote:

> On 24 Nov 2019, at 22:40, David Kastrup <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hans Åberg <address@hidden> writes:
>>> On 24 Nov 2019, at 22:20, David Kastrup <address@hidden> wrote:
>>> Hans Åberg <address@hidden> writes:
>>>>> On 24 Nov 2019, at 16:39, kupirijo <address@hidden> wrote:
>>>>> So the that I downloaded earlier requires a file
>>>>> called definitions.ily . Is this provided somewhere?
>>>> It is from OpenLilyLib. And the Bravura font is from SMuFL
>>>> <>; it must be installed so that lilypond sees
>>>> it. I’ll send them to you together with Helmholtz-Ellis in E53.
>>>>> Also where can I download the latest version of
>>>> It looked like it was in the LilyPond source archive, otherwise from Adam.
>>> And requires OpenLilyLib to run?
>> Just the file definitions.ily. I’ll send you a sample, so you can try.
> No, I am not really interested.  But we shouldn't distribute stuff as
> part of LilyPond that requires OpenLilylib to run.

The development version, that is, not the one submitted. The components are slowly moving becoming a part of LilyPond.

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