I have just recently written a Sibelius plugin that allows playback in equal temperament, Offtonic . The scale has also.
In music, 19 equal temperament, called , or is the scale derived by dividing the octave into 19 equally large steps. Each step represents a.
I was having a play with equal temperament, and while stuck on a train put this together.
19TET - online
The seven modes we have in our diatonic scale are different because the scale itself is not symmetric. There are patterns to the major scale fingerings which make this tuning particularly simple, and there are nice feeling regularities in the open stringed chords. What links here Related changes Upload file Special pages Permanent link Page information Wikidata item Cite this page. For fast passages using those instruments, I would recommend splitting it into multiple staves and alternating the notes. Just to be clear, rearranging the keys by itself doesn't change the tuning, you'll need alt-tuner or Scala to do that. I wrote it as a tool to help me understand how Sibelius internally represents notes, but I can imagine others wanting the same thing. 19TET needed a tonal center call me old fashioned. Ptolemy's intense diatonic scale. So, all seems well and interesting. Right away we notice something odd: Db is lower than C! Additionally, if you were to measure the frequency of a note, and then divide it by the frequency of the next lowest note, you 19TET always .
Mauro Giuliani study op. 100, No. 4 in 19 tone equal temperament