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    @ Motherlode Ok that makes sense that it's...

    @ Motherlode

    Ok that makes sense that it's connected to the (3rd). Look forward to hearing your composition!
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    @Motherlode Your C7b9b5 example got me...

    @Motherlode

    Your C7b9b5 example got me thinking about Aux Dim Blues. If I take the Key chords (like Maj13b9) then I'm hearing Bright routes from the 3. The b3 can be heard Positive if it's backed...
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    @Anatole I found your message about key...

    @Anatole I found your message about key centering.

    The perfect 4th (neg 4) is the simplest negative note so it has the most to gain in "moving to another note" or "horizontal".

    The Dark b6 is...
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    Well to me that just means one Tonic the whole...

    Well to me that just means one Tonic the whole time. There are some Celtic and Blues tunes that sound like that to me. We don't know for sure if it happened previously but classical music is assumed...
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    Yes you can sing a sus b7, but the Positive Dark...

    Yes you can sing a sus b7, but the Positive Dark Transfer b7 is more common and for me the Blue b7 is the "go to". The sus thing I think is maybe how some hear the quartal thing, but I've heard that...
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    Yes the blue b7 is a prime connection, It doesn't...

    Yes the blue b7 is a prime connection, It doesn't need other numbers unless they help bring in a memory. They could make it harder.

    The piano version sounds like a Pos Dark Transfer b7 - (5 b6 5)....
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    I got the idea from almost prime which is a math...

    I got the idea from almost prime which is a math term. It ended up working better than only using ratios.

    Applied to music it means if a ratio isn't made up of small primes, then it's easier for...
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    @ Motherlode Thanks so much for the idea!

    @ Motherlode

    Thanks so much for the idea!
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    @ Anatole I've put up an updated chart, see if...

    @ Anatole

    I've put up an updated chart, see if maybe it answers some of your questions.

    http://freejazzinstitute.com/showposts.php?dept=analysis&topic=20180720000945_Ken_Valentino
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    Do you mean 5 5 5 5 3(x3x3x3x3x5)? It would be...

    Do you mean 5 5 5 5 3(x3x3x3x3x5)? It would be right underneath Ex Bright 4. The complexity is the same as Sus Dark 3 and the positive strength is the same as +5.

    Same strength issue, all the...
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    All right here is a chart at the free jazz...

    All right here is a chart at the free jazz institute:

    http://freejazzinstitute.com/showposts.php?dept=analysis&topic=20180713234703_Ken_Valentino
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    anatole Ken, You may be hearing it as an...

    anatole
    Ken,



    You may be hearing it as an octave instead of a Tonic. Test an octave lower if you need to. I like to test melody as close(in register) as possible to prove what I'm hearing....
  13. @Tom R Well yes I don't believe in exactly...

    @Tom R

    Well yes I don't believe in exactly equivalent octaves all the time, and tone/timbre can be very important. The actual perceived connections could possibly be in a tighter range.
    ...
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    Dedicated to First Responders. We greatly...

    Dedicated to First Responders. We greatly appreciate all that you've done.

    Hurricane Harvey
    http://freejazzinstitute.com/uploads/20170830212519_Ken_Valentino.mp3
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    Everyone's ok, that was an insane amount of...

    Everyone's ok, that was an insane amount of water! 50"+ Still hard to believe it could rain that much for that long. Fortunately we just had a small roof leak. Some of our neighborhood got flooded,...
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    @Anatole It's been extremely bad weather here....

    @Anatole

    It's been extremely bad weather here. Our own house hasn't flooded yet, but more rain is expected. I just want to post the newest charts while I can.

    7755

    7756
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    The Amount of Connections is how many prime...

    The Amount of Connections is how many prime numbers are needed. For example 3x5 is just two connections. More connections adds Complexity and maybe a bit of Ambiguous. Regardless this Tendency...
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    Ok so we have audio examples of our Positive...

    Ok so we have audio examples of our Positive Tonal Numbers, but I realize I haven't posted a resolution chart yet.



    7750

    I'm going to post this first, next I'll give details.
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    @Motherlode That makes sense. The Top note...

    @Motherlode

    That makes sense. The Top note holds a unique position, it's the highest note. So if a chord doesn't have the same Lydian Tonic as the CDR, then I need to at least voice it with a...
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    I didn't realise before that you could "loop"...

    I didn't realise before that you could "loop" when listening to this last example. You have to right click on the mouse here: http://freejazzinstitute.com/uploads/20170813161948_Ken_Valentino.mp3
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    Notice that this really ended up as two different...

    Notice that this really ended up as two different questions. There's a clue in this.


    1)What is I dom7, IV dom7 and V dom7?


    2)Blues scale is a "minor" pentatonic with a b5


    That alone...
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    @Motherlode Alright, here's the latest...

    @Motherlode

    Alright, here's the latest version. I hope you don't mind, I took a couple of liberties with it.

    http://freejazzinstitute.com/uploads/20170813161948_Ken_Valentino.mp3
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    @Motherlode Awesome! Yeah the blue notes...

    @Motherlode

    Awesome!

    Yeah the blue notes even resolve back when I compare each one to the next. And that Blue 4 is a hard one to get, but you set it up great!
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    @Motherlode I added an actual bended version:...

    @Motherlode

    I added an actual bended version:
    http://freejazzinstitute.com/uploads/20170811160642_Ken_Valentino.mp3


    I just overdubbed my guitar and panned it more to the right. I put bends...
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    Yep those can be added as well. Like I said I...

    Yep those can be added as well. Like I said I was just trying to tackle one concept at a time.

    That puts us at:

    1 2 blue b3 negative b3 3 negative 4 blue b5 5 6 blue b7 negative b7 7...
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