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← 0edf1edf2edf →
Prime factorization n/a
Step size 701.955¢ 
Octave 2\1edf (1403.91¢)
Twelfth 3\1edf (2105.87¢)
Consistency limit 2
Distinct consistency limit 1
Special properties

One note repeated in just perfect fifths is an example of a trivial temperament. 1edf can be viewed as the circle of fifths or Pythagorean tuning without octave reduction.

The adjacent open strings of a violin, viola or cello are traditionally tuned in perfect fifths. These instruments are hence tuned in 1edf.


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Václav Veit