[CM] Tuning Systems in cm3
taube at uiuc.edu
Wed Jun 3 10:03:10 PDT 2009
the (scale ....) function will define either 'modes' or
'tunings' (which, in cm3, are just lists of floating-point key
numbers.) here are a few examples.
; three octaves (22 steps) of d dorian scale
(define d-dorian (scale 22 62 2 1 2 2 2 1 2))
;; three octaves (15 steps) of a 5-tone equal tempered scale
(define 5-tone-equal (scale 15 60 2.4))
;; three octave of a justly-tuned major scale
(scale 22 60 (ratio->steps '(9/8 10/9 16/15 9/8 10/9 9/8 16/15))))
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On Jun 3, 2009, at 11:14 AM, hagai barmatz wrote:
> Hi everyone
> I'm using Taube's Book Notes from the Metalevel, and translate the
> code there to SAL in cm3.
> My question is whether there is something in cm3 that corresponds to
> the tuning and mode classes in cm2. And if not, what are the
> possibilities to define alternate tunings and modes in cm3?
> Thanks in Advance,
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