436edo

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436edo is the equal division of the octave into 436 parts of 2.7522935780 cents each. The patent val has a distinct flat tendency, in the sense that if the octave is pure, 3, 5, 7, 11, 13, 17, 19, 23, 29, 31, and 37 are all flat. It is consistent to the 23-limit, tempering out 32805/32768 and |1 -68 46> in the 5-limit; 390625/388962, 420175/419904, and 2100875/2097152 in the 7-limit; 1375/1372, 6250/6237, 41503/41472, and 322102/321489 in the 11-limit; 625/624, 1716/1715, 2080/2079, 10648/10647, and 15379/15360 in the 13-limit; 715/714, 1089/1088, 1225/1224, 1275/1274, 2025/2023, and 11271/11264 in the 17-limit; 1331/1330, 1445/1444, 1521/1520, 1540/1539, 1729/1728, 4394/4389, and 4875/4864 in the 19-limit; 875/874, 897/896, 1105/1104, 1863/1862, 2024/2023, 2185/2184, 2300/2299, and 2530/2527 in the 23-limit.

436edo is accurate for some intervals including 3/2, 7/4, 11/10, 13/10, 18/17, and 19/18, so it is especially suitable for the 2.3.7.11/5.13/5.17.19 subgroup.