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Put your commas in this box:
The commas can be specified as ratios with either
colons or strokes, or as vectors surrounded by
parentheses, brackets, or a ket.
The following all specify the same unison vector.
- [-4 4 -1]
- [-4, 4, -1, 0>
The limit can be in one of these formats:
- A number, which specifies a prime limit.
If it isn't a prime, you get the next lowest prime.
A list of partials separated by dots.
For example, 188.8.131.52.11 for the 11-limit.
Whether these are prime numbers or not,
they become the prime intervals.
You can also include fractions, for example
2.3.11/2.7 is a 7-limit with 11/2 replacing 5.
You can only factorize ratios of the limit is
specified with integers.
Overtone numbers for a chord separated by colons.
For example, A strange way of writing the 7-limit is
4:5:6:7:8 where you have to remember the 8 or octaves
A list of numbers in cents separated by spaces.
For example, the 7-limit could be written as
1200.0 1902.0 2786.0 3386.0 if you really wanted to.
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