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A Horological and Mathematical Defense of Philosophical Pitch

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This is a short article written to copyright a pioneering idea in the realm of music theory. The problem with the concert pitch debate is that most every proposition has been subjectively reasoned, with no logical justification as to why any pitch makes more sense than any other. I have discovered the origins of the second-hand in timekeeping and how it can easily relate to pitch frequencies in music to give us a further fractal breakdown of time and measurement in tonality, which music is intended to do at its most fundamental. In this argument is a bit about why Five Limit Tuning is better than Equal Temperament, especially with this concert pitch standard of C256, and also how the new pitch alters a series of stacking thirds in the chromatic scale so as to make their lowest octaves the very numerators and denominators by which every note in the chromatic scale is derived to begin with. Altogether a tight and cogent argument.

A Horological and Mathematical Defense of Philosophical Pitch
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  • Category: Art & Architecture
  • Published: Sep 09, 2013
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  • Print Length: 6 Pages
  • Language: English
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