Lumatone mapping for 22edo

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There are many conceivable ways to map 22edo onto the Lumatone keyboard. Only one, however, agrees with the Standard Lumatone mapping for Pythagorean. This is "Preset 5 — 22-ET Bosanquet" in the official Lumatone manual.


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Keep in mind that 22edo is a superpyth temperament, so 5/4 is mapped to the interval of an augmented second (e.g. a 5/4 above C is D♯). Therefore if 0 is 1/1 on this mapping, 7 represents 5/4 and you can find that by going over to 4 (e.g. C->D) and then going up to 7 (D->D♯).