User:IlL/Inthar's interval categories

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  • unison
  • comma
  • diesis
  • rough zone (e.g. 1\27)
  • quarter tone (e.g. 1\22)
  • small chroma (e.g. 1\19)
  • medium chroma (e.g. 1\17, 2\31)
  • large chroma (e.g. 2\27, 1\13)
  • approximate 12edo semitone (1\13, 1\11)
  • small diatonic semitone (e.g. 1\11)
  • large diatonic semitone (e.g. 3\31)
  • sinaic (e.g. 3\29, 2\19, 1\9)
  • small neutral second (2\17)
  • large neutral second (3\31)
  • porcupine second (2\15, 3\22)
  • tetracot second (4\27, 5\34)
  • flat major 2nd (2\13 to 2\12)
  • sharp major 2nd(2\12 to 2\11 or 5\27)
  • supermajor 2nd (225 to 240 ish)
  • semaphore 3rd (240 to 257 ish)
  • subminor 3rd (260 to 275)
  • neogothic minor 3rd
  • 5-limit minor 3rd
  • supraminor 3rd (3\11 kinda gets into it, i haven't really established this category yet tho)
  • neutral 3rd
  • submajor 3rd (e.g. 4\13)
  • 5-limit major 3rd
  • neogothic major 3rd
  • supermajor 3rd
  • naiadic
  • subfourth
  • perfect fourth (480 to 515 ish)
  • acute fourth (27/20, mavila 4/3's)
  • neofourth (around 533 to 15/11)
  • superfourth (around 11/8)
  • flat tritone (7\15, 8\17, 9\19, 18/13)
  • lesser septimal tritone (7/5)
  • 12edo tritone
  • greater septimal tritone (10/7)
  • sharp tritone (ends around 13/9)
  • subfifth
  • perfect fifth
  • superfifth
  • subminor sixth
  • neogothic minor sixth
  • pental minor sixth
  • supraminor sixth
  • neutral sixth
  • submajor sixth
  • 5-limit major sixth
  • neogothic major sixth
  • supermajor sixth
  • semaphore sixth
  • subminor seventh
  • minor seventh
  • sharp minor seventh
  • porcupine minor seventh
  • neutral seventh
  • sharp neutral seventh
  • 5-limit major seventh
  • sharp major seventh
  • quartertone/diesis-flat octave
  • octave