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Thread: Chromatic Scale - Formulas - All Possible Harmony - All Possible Dissonance

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    Chromatic Scale - Formulas - All Possible Harmony - All Possible Dissonance

    Chromatic Scale - Formulas - All Possible Harmony - All Possible Dissonance - Translated

    Utilizing the chromatic scale, you can create all possible 1-12 tone formulas within the chromatic scale.

    All possible formulas.

    All possible formulas of harmony & All possible formulas of dissonance.

    In other words all possible sounds within the 12 tone chromatic scale.

    Harmony & Dissonance are two sides of the same coin.

    It's all sound either harmonic or dissonant. Either coherent or not coherent it's all sound.

    Their are common sounds rare sounds cliche sounds.

    All sounds occur in nature.

    What is the prevailing harmony?

    What is the prevailing dissonance?

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    Quote Originally Posted by extra_solar View Post
    Chromatic Scale - Formulas - All Possible Harmony - All Possible Dissonance - Translated

    Utilizing the chromatic scale, you can create all possible 1-12 tone formulas within the chromatic scale.
    What's your point.

    Using the Diatonic scale, you can create all possible 1-7 tone formulas within the diatonic scale.

    12 is just an arbitrary number.

    If you used 1/4 tones, you'd have 24 that would produce an exponential greater number of possible harmonies and dissonances.

    And harmony and dissonance isn't inherent, it's context-based.

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