User:PiotrGrochowski/Extended meantone notation

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Do not read this page while it is under construction of notation.

Meanwhile, you can enjoy the meantone classification of commas between superparticular ratios:

Grosstone:

3/2
      9/8 — major second
4/3
      16/15 — minor second
5/4
      25/24 — sharp
6/5
      36/35 — diesis
7/6
      49/48 — kleisma
8/7
      64/63 — diesis
9/8
      81/80 — unison
10/9
      100/99 — diesis
11/10
      121/120 — kleisma, diesis minus
12/11
      144/143 — unison
13/12
      169/168 — two dieses, kleisma minus
14/13
      196/195 — kleisma, diesis minus
15/14
      225/224 — unison
16/15

Meanpop:

3/2
      9/8 — major second
4/3
      16/15 — minor second
5/4
      25/24 — sharp
6/5
      36/35 — diesis
7/6
      49/48 — kleisma
8/7
      64/63 — diesis
9/8
      81/80 — unison
10/9
      100/99 — kleisma
11/10
      121/120 — diesis, kleisma minus
12/11
      144/143 — unison
13/12
      169/168 — kleisma
14/13
      196/195 — unison
15/14
      225/224 — unison
16/15

Todo: What should the two semisharps and semiflats be called?

  • Y, Z, y and z is placeholder notation and should be replaced with better notation. It should be in ASCII, so that it can be easily written on a keyboard, like # and b are.

See Talk:Extended meantone notation to discuss what symbols should be used

Extended meantone notation was created as a way to notate 43edo with only a base letter with one symbol.