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Thread: 35 Keys - 35 Degrees - 35 Spellings - Major Scale + Chromatic Scale Computed

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    35 Keys - 35 Degrees - 35 Spellings - Major Scale + Chromatic Scale Computed

    35 Keys - 35 Degrees - 35 Spellings - Major Scale + Chromatic Scale Computed

    The Major Scale Computed To Incorporate The Entire Chromatic Scale Utilizes The Major Scale And The Chromatic Scale.

    Each Key And Degree Includes Specific Amounts Of Arpeggios And Chords Unique To Each Key And Degree As Options.

    When Incorporating Absolute Pitch And Relative Pitch What Results Is An Expanded Vocabulary Of Sounds. I Estimate About 72,000 Unique Sounds.

    What Results Is A Tone Language With A Vocabulary As Diverse As The English Language Vocabulary.

    A Language Of Tones. A Language Without Words. However Syllables Can Be Incorporated.

    I Am Aware Of About 68 Different Arpeggios Or Chords.

    With 35 Keys - 35 Degrees - 35 Spellings - There Are More Options Of Compatible And Unique Chords And Arpeggios In Each Degree.

    As Well You Can Utilize The Major Scale For Traditional Harmony And Jazz Stuff Up With More Options Of Sounds

    •Traditional Intervals
    •Chromatic Intervals

    •Traditional Tertiary Arpeggios Or Chords
    •Chromatic Arpeggios Or Chords

    •bbI - bI - I - #I - xI
    •bbII - bII - II - #II - xII
    •bbIII - bIII - III - #III - xIII
    •bbIV - bIV - IV - #IV - xIV
    •bbV - bV - V - #V - xV
    •bbVI - bVI - VI - #VI - xVI
    •bbVII - bVII - VII - #VII - xVII

    •Cbb - Cb - C - C# - Cx
    •Dbb - Db - D - D# - Dx
    •Ebb - Eb - E - E# - Ex
    •Fbb - Fb - F - F# - Fx
    •Gbb - Gb - G - G# - Gx
    •Abb - Ab - A - A# - Ax
    •Bbb - Bb - B - B# - Bx
    Last edited by extra_solar; 02-08-2016 at 03:15 AM.

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