Module intonation

"just" some intonation tables

12-tone scales

normal () small variation of ptolemaic 5-limit with closer minor 7th.
ptolemy () ptolemaic 12-tone (5-limit) - very similar except for kinda weird m7
overtone () ben johnston's overtone scale identical to jeff snyder's "otonal" scale
undertone () subharmonic mirror of the overtone scale jeff calls this "utonal" after partch
lamonte () lamonte young's 'well-tuned piano' (very eccentric)

higher-tone scales / gamuts

zarlino () gioseffo zarlino's 16-tone (5-limit)
partch () harry partch 43-tone (11-limit, plus some)
gamut () finally, jeff snyder's full 168-tone gamut see his disseration for reference: http://scatter.server295.com/full-dissertation.pdf


12-tone scales

normal ()
small variation of ptolemaic 5-limit with closer minor 7th. taking cue from jeff snyder and calling this "normal" since it is most commonly used. also known as "Duodene" by Alexander Ellis (19th c.)

Returns:

    table
ptolemy ()
ptolemaic 12-tone (5-limit) - very similar except for kinda weird m7

Returns:

    table
overtone ()
ben johnston's overtone scale identical to jeff snyder's "otonal" scale

Returns:

    table
undertone ()
subharmonic mirror of the overtone scale jeff calls this "utonal" after partch

Returns:

    table
lamonte ()
lamonte young's 'well-tuned piano' (very eccentric)

Returns:

    table

higher-tone scales / gamuts

zarlino ()
gioseffo zarlino's 16-tone (5-limit)

Returns:

    table
partch ()
harry partch 43-tone (11-limit, plus some)

Returns:

    table
gamut ()
finally, jeff snyder's full 168-tone gamut see his disseration for reference: http://scatter.server295.com/full-dissertation.pdf

Returns:

    table
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