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Thread: 3 En-Harmonic 7 Consonant Solfege Scale System + Compatible 5 Vowel Pentatonic Scale

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    3 En-Harmonic 7 Consonant Solfege Scale System + Compatible 5 Vowel Pentatonic Scale

    3 En-Harmonic 7 Consonant Solfege Scale System + Compatible 5 Vowel Pentatonic Scale

    •Alphabet
    •26 Letters
    •5 Vowels
    •21 Consonants

    •3 Sets Of 7 Consonants
    •5 Compatible Vowels For Each Consonant


    •A - E - I - O - U


    •B - C - D - F - G - H - J
    •K - L - M - N - P - Q - R
    •S - T - V - W - X - Y - Z


    •Solfege


    •3 Sets Of 7 Consonants + 5 Vowels
    •With Inversions

    •ba - be - bi - bo - bu
    •ab - eb - ib - ob - ub


    •ca - ce - ci - co - cu
    •ac - ec - ic - oc - uc


    •da - de - di - do - du
    •ad - ed - id - od - ud


    •fa - fe - fi - fo - fu
    •af - ef - if - of - uf


    •ga - ge - gi - go - gu
    •ag - eg - ig - og - ug


    •ha - he - hi - ho - hu
    •ah - eh - ih - oh - uh


    •ja - je - ji - jo - ju
    •aj - ej - ij - oj - uj


    •ka - ke - ki - ko - ku
    •ak - ek - ik - ok - uk


    •la - le - li - lo - lu
    •al - el - il - ol - ul


    •ma - me - mi - mo - mu
    •am - em - im - om - um


    •na - ne - ni - no - nu
    •an - en - in - on - un


    •pa - pe - pi - po - pu
    •ap - ep - ip - op - up


    •qa - qe - qi - qo - qu
    •aq - eq - iq - oq - uq


    •ra - re - ri - ro - ru
    •ar - er - ir - or - ur


    •sa - se - si - so - su
    •as - es - is - os - us


    •ta - te - ti - to - tu
    •at - et - it - ot - ut


    •va - ve - vi - vo - vu
    •av - ev - iv - ov - uv


    •wa - we - wi - wo - wu
    •aw - ew - iw - ow - uw


    •xa - xe - xi - xo - xu
    •ax - ex - ix - ox - ux


    •ya - ye - yi - yo - yu
    •ay - ey - iy - oy - uy


    •za - ze - zi - zo - zu
    •az - ez - iz - oz - uz

    •Could Be Utilized To Corresepond To
    •bb - b - Natural-Note - # - x
    •Double-Flat - Flat - Natural-Note - Sharp - Double-Sharp

    •Could Compute System Into

    •Keys

    •Scales
    •Modes

    •Intervals
    •Arpeggios
    •Chords
    •Inversions

    •Could Be Fixed
    •& Or
    •Could Be Moveable
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    •You can integrate the alphabetic solfege system.

    •Here's How

    •6 Sets Of 7 Consonants
    •Equal To
    •6 Different Enharmonic
    •Fixed Solfege Systems

    •Includes
    •All 21 Consonants + 5 Vowels Each Consonant
    •3 Sets Of 7 Consonants
    •Ascending
    •Descending
    •Not Inverted
    •Inverted

    •One Master System
    •Contains
    •6 En-Harmonic Solfege System Components

    •Learning 6 Solfege Systems
    •Instead Of One
    •3 En-Harmonic
    •Solfege Systems
    •Ascending
    •Descending
    •Not Inverted
    •Inverted

    •6 Solfege Systems Equal To One
    •One Total Master System

    •Consisting Of 6 En-Harmonic
    •Equal Components
    •Of One Master System

    •English Alphabet
    •21 Consonants
    •Each With 5 Vowels
    •3 Sets Of 7 Consonants
    •Alphabetical
    •Ascending
    •Descending
    •Not Inverted
    •Inverted

    •One System
    •Six Components
    •All Equal
    •En-Harmonic

    •Six Fixed Systems
    •Actually Equal To One System
    •Divided Into 6 Components
    •6 En-Harmonic Fixed Solfege Systems

    •Compatible System
    •Creates Gibberish
    •However
    •Utilizes All Sounds
    •In English Alphabet

    •Ascending
    •Not Inverted

    •B - C - D - F - G - H - J
    •K - L - M - N - P - Q - R
    •S - T - V - W - X - Y - Z

    •5 Vowels

    •A - E - I - O - U

    •Descending
    •Inverted

    •B - C - D - F - G - H - J
    •K - L - M - N - P - Q - R
    •S - T - V - W - X - Y - Z

    •5 Vowels

    •A - E - I - O - U

    •One System
    •6 Components

    •6 Equal En-Harmonic Components
    •One System

    •Equal To Learning 6 Equal Solfege Systems

    •However

    •It's One Alphabetic Master System
    •With 6 Components

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