See also decimal counterpoint examples
- Golden Age.
Pop song without words in magic temperament.
- Extravagant Food short piece using
the 22 note "haizhou" scale of magic temperament.
Submitted to the
Also scores in the following formats:
magic tripod notation,
planar tripod notation,
mixed Sagittal for 60 note equal temperament,
mixed Sagittal for 72 note equal temperament.
As the piece traverses a complete magic comma pump,
the planar and 72-equal versions do have an explicit comma shift,
which I tried to hide in a tasteful manner. (8.7 kB)
- Stellar Floor Text sounds good
to me, and should be danceable to. (3.6 MB)
- Gene's Jitterbug study in 9-limit harmony
for magic temperament, but probably works in any marvel-consistent
temperament. (1.6 MB)
Also a General MIDI file from which the
Ogg was mechanically generated, the score
in tripod notation,
and the LilyPond code from which
everything else was mechanically generated.
Plus bonus mixed Sagittal score for
60 note equal temperament.
This is an improvisation in one of my
that works as a demo of the instrument. (3.7 MB)
- FM Organ.
Another ZynAddSubFX demo in the 53-equal tuning of the
schismatic fourth tuning. (3.3 MB)
- Orwell pentatonic that isn't very long.
- MMM Day Contribution
This was for a project on the MakeMicroMusic list.
I wrote it on the given day using some sounds I had for some
nearly-equal pentatonics using every other note of miracle or negri.
- Elements Suite, improvisation using distorting
Chopped up into bite-sized pieces.
Uses miracle temperament.
- Drone, using meantone temperament (1.7 MB)
- Faintheart in a Railway Train (500 kB)
A Thomas Hardy setting.
- When I Set Out for Lyonnesse (1.4 MB)
Another Thomas Hardy setting, with altered
words for reasons
that needn't concern us here.
Now a PDF score in
and a Tartini-Couper score for 31-equal.
- Neutral Tones (1.1 MB)
Setting of a
by Thomas Hardy.
Now a PDF score
with Tartini-Couper quartertones.
- Noisy guitar improvisation using the first
blackjackified tuning of my meantone guitar. (2.7 MB)
- Demonstration of
Did actually take quite a bit of work (3.1 MB)