# Flashmic chords

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**Flashmic chords** are essentially tempered dyadic chords tempered by the flashma, 12376/12375, a comma associated with precise systems that model high-limit JI.

As an enormously complex temperament, even the simplest flashmic chords are 33-odd-limit, and there are six pairs in inverse relationship:

- 1-28/15-33/17 with steps 28/15-26/25-34/33, and its inverse
- 1-28/15-25/13 with steps 28/15-34/33-26/25;
- 1-25/17-28/15 with steps 25/17-33/26-15/14, and its inverse
- 1-33/26-28/15 with steps 33/26-25/17-15/14;
- 1-28/25-30/17 with steps 28/25-52/33-17/15, and its inverse
- 1-28/25-33/26 with steps 28/25-17/15-53/33;
- 1-28/25-33/17 with steps 28/25-26/15-34/33, and its inverse
- 1-28/25-15/13 with steps 28/25-34/33-26/15;
- 1-33/28-34/25 with steps 33/28-15/13-25/17, and its inverse
- 1-33/28-26/15 with steps 33/28-25/17-15/13;
- 1-26/25-30/17 with steps 26/25-56/33-17/15, and its inverse
- 1-26/25-33/28 with steps 26/25-17/15-56/33.

Equal divisions supporting flashmic chords include 311edo, 1600edo, and 2554edo.