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    @nuffink Ahh, Yes! ... Half the fun in music...

    @nuffink

    Ahh, Yes! ... Half the fun in music is when you hear your idea's coming back to you, isn't it?

    Briefly, I found this scale appealing for a couple of reasons: Db..d..Eb..F#..G#..a...
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    by motherlode
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    This thread serves only as background to (my)...

    This thread serves only as background to (my) original music that makes exclusive use of pulse. In fact, it was fun deciding how to best approach such an esoteric topic.


    Yes, those are rather...
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    I wanted to wrap this up with an original...

    I wanted to wrap this up with an original writing, but I'll save that for another time. This is more important.
    The first (2) examples have a silent pulse stream running under the meter, but this...
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    Nuffink: Hexatonic Scale

    Nuffink is a long standing member of this forum, and has done extensive work with scales, tonal clusters, etc.
    He was kind enough to supply me with a small chart of his work. It's quite good. I...
  5. Thread: Pulse

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    Just in case someone missed the Del Gato...

    Just in case someone missed the Del Gato triplet...
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    Pulse

    Disclaimer: Any opinions, analyses, systems, methodologies, or other information expressed here should not be construed as musical advice. They are provided as part, and parcel of general music...
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    A last statement re: CDR

    The music returns to the tonal center from the sharp-side (1) step away. Nothing unusual about that…and that’s precisely the problem.

    ……………………….........…………….CDR...
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    @Ken Valentino LOL...are you kidding? That's...

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    LOL...are you kidding? That's a take! I had the phrase play through 3x specifically for that reason.
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    @Ken Valentino Yeah Man, that's the sh*t! It's...

    @Ken Valentino

    Yeah Man, that's the sh*t! It's not the Blues, but it's awfully 'blue' lol ol
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    Please don't change anything that you're...

    Please don't change anything that you're doing...just continue to refine it...
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    Let's do this, I'll take one of your algorithms posted here and treat it as if those are...
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    @Ken Valentino Subjective terminology such as...

    @Ken Valentino

    Subjective terminology such as dark, light, positive, negative, etc. has to be translated into varying degrees of distance (objective terminology) before I can actually work with...
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    @Ken Valentino If the ‘negative numbers’ are...

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    If the ‘negative numbers’ are referring to chord movements or tonal centers, they would be handled in the CDR. If it’s intervals, TG. It’s the type of material that’s being...
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    @Ken Valentino Yes, it took ~50yrs for that...

    @Ken Valentino


    Yes, it took ~50yrs for that to evolve.
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    @Ken Valentino Yes, that's correct. TG's...

    @Ken Valentino


    Yes, that's correct.

    TG's contribution is: 1..3..5..#5..b7..1

    Louis Armstrong's contribution was: 1..3..5..6..b7..1

    Charlie Parker's contribution was: ...
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    @Ken Valentino I know what to do to write your...

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    I know what to do to write your 'routes' into a song. I'll pick 5-6 and write something.
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    @Ken Valentino The actual pitches are less...

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    The actual pitches are less important to me than what was the 'pathway' taken to get there. You're using the word 'route', but I understood exactly what you meant.
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    @Ken Valentino I'm not adding anything, I'm...

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    I'm not adding anything, I'm just following along, and really listening...but listening for 'nothing'. If I'm listening for 'something'... I'm bias.
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    @Ken Valentino The sound makes it real.

    @Ken Valentino

    The sound makes it real.
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    @Ken Valentino It was the respondent's distorted...

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    It was the respondent's distorted example that raised my ire...
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    Ken Valentino wrote: The respondent wrote: ...

    Ken Valentino wrote:


    The respondent wrote:


    When looking at a single class of interval a hierarchy exist. But when looking at different classes simultaneously as in the example…the...
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    @Ken Valentino Those that claim to ascribe...

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    Those that claim to ascribe to the LCC don't have any music to display...simple.
    Go to the LCC site and you'll find NOTHING but 'musical' banter.

    Don't invite me to dinner,...
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