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    On interval content alone ...

    On interval content alone ...
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    The Interval Vector

    @nuffink

    Briefly, I'm choosing my writing material based on the interval vector such as ...
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    By subtracting the 1st number from the last of...

    By subtracting the 1st number from the last of each PCS. The one with the lowest number is the choice (barring a tie).
    Then that number is reduced to the fixed 'do' ...from there the interval...
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    Ah Yes, the computer! And how does the computer...

    Ah Yes, the computer! And how does the computer compare?

    The chord structure was produced from SonicMigration.
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    Chord tones: Eb E Gb Ab B Db ---> Transposed to the fixed 'do': C ...
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    I don't know whose method I've learned to...

    I don't know whose method I've learned to determine the primes, but so far it's been flawless.
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    I found an interesting comment regarding Allen...

    I found an interesting comment regarding Allen Forte and PCS; I didn't realize that a controversy existed.
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    Rotating the prime is simply revoicing the notes....

    Rotating the prime is simply revoicing the notes. If you would like for the prime to spell a dom7 you'd have to invert it. Let's look at it as notes:

    Prime (0258): C .. D .. F .. Ab
    Inverted...
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    Nuffink wrote regarding PCS technique ... ...

    Nuffink wrote regarding PCS technique ...

    Please refer to the Appendix for a two-page table of all possible prime forms of Pitch Class Sets. This table is an indispensable aid for composer …
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    Yes.

    Yes.
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    (IIm7-bII7-IM7) = Fm7-E7-EbM7

    (IIm7-bII7-IM7) = Fm7-E7-EbM7
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    @nuffink Thank you for the additional...

    @nuffink

    Thank you for the additional information.
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    @nuffink In an old thread some months ago, you...

    @nuffink

    In an old thread some months ago, you recommended an article on Pitch-Class Set Analysis. I downloaded it and went through it ... it's an excellent article!
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    Yes.

    Yes.
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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...

    @Ken Valentino

    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...

    @Ken Valentino


    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...

    @Ken Valentino

    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...

    @Ken Valentino


    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...

    @Ken Valentino


    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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