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Is the last modification spam?

The last modification seems to be spam. Can somebody confirm?

- hstraub February 18, 2013, 02:38:33 AM UTC-0800


3-limit Uke

I am going to make a Dante Rosati style JI Uke but will start small, I plan to only use 3-limit intervals can someone let me know of a good list of 12-15 of them to include? Thanks

- Cenobyte August 28, 2011, 10:31:08 AM UTC-0700


I have discovered that 3-limit tuning is most commonly called Pythagorean tuning (probably obvious to everyone else). There is a nice Wikipedia article with about 28 3-limit intervals I can choose from and I can also add my own exotic ones if I can make some up (generate them)

As for the make of the Uke-to-be, I'm thinking either Mahalo again, or some odd brand called Savannah. According to my numbering scheme, this will be MicroUke 2.x

- Cenobyte August 29, 2011, 01:43:07 PM UTC-0700


In addition to the already existent 3-limit list, I will try and see if I can generate any new ones of my own.

- Cenobyte August 30, 2011, 10:27:12 PM UTC-0700


I have since decided not to box myself in to just 3 limit intervals. I will likely use a Just Greek Mode or Some version of Starling or BOTH. Details later

- Cenobyte September 09, 2011, 01:34:09 AM UTC-0700


Ywah, three limit intervals aren't typically that xenharmonic. I would at least go up to the 7-limit.

- Natebedell September 10, 2011, 05:45:11 PM UTC-0700


For this Uke I want a good deal of consonance, so being xenharmonic is a secondary concern.

- Cenobyte September 12, 2011, 11:37:33 PM UTC-0700


Well, the 3-limit doesn't give that much consonance either. you are basically limited to a power chord as far as consonant harmony goes, for example, the thirds are a dissonant 81/64.

- Natebedell October 01, 2011, 06:37:35 PM UTC-0700