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Old 2006-11-18, 10:06
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Originally Posted by USS
A C with twelve sharps does still not sound like a C. Phisically, this is quite logic. The proportion between a tone and the chromatic second above is 15/16. When we cound twelve sharps at a note, its proportion is 15 to the twelfth power divided by 16 to the twelfth power, which is 129,746,337,890,625 divided by 281,474,976,710,656 and that is less than 0.5, which means that C############ is higher than a C. Therefore, your maximum is not correct.


What the fuck are you talking about? A proportion of 15/16? Your post makes no sense.

There are TWELVE distinct notes in western music; forget about butchering music theory and just count them. Ergo, it follows logically that my combinatorical calculations hold.
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