[PD] CLM scales
padawan12 at obiwannabe.co.uk
Thu Oct 26 13:46:45 CEST 2006
Just checking out SCALA, it's the standard scales format
I see. So, does [tunetof] embed thousands of scales in a table
like my thing or do you load them on demand through the py script?
Which is better in your opinion? I was happy to see that the 1000
or so from CLM fit happily into < 64k even when packed very clumbsily.
The only rough edge so far is that scales are variable length, some
are just 4 or 5 notes and others run up over many octaves.
On Wed, 25 Oct 2006 10:04:45 +0200
Frank Barknecht <fbar at footils.org> wrote:
> padawan12 hat gesagt: // padawan12 wrote:
> > I don't have a musical enough ear to have a clue whether this
> > does entirely what it's supposed to. Any ideas?
> > Has this been done before? To be proper I think it needs to work
> > on the original integer ratio data so it computes at the accuracy
> > of the machine running it.
> I did something similar, but much simpler, with [tunetof], which is a
> replacement for [mtof] using different intonations. The intonations
> are specified as a simple table which maps "notes" to frequencies.
> These tables can be generated from tuning files in Scala's file format
> using a Python script supplied with [tunetof]. Both are available in
> CVS at /abstractions/footils/tunetof/
>  http://www.xs4all.nl/~huygensf/scala/scl_format.html
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