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Equal temperament Equal temperament A comparison of some "EDO" equal temperament scales.[1] The graph spans one octave horizontally (please open the image to view the full width), and each shaded rectangle is the width of one step in a scale. The just interval ratios are separated in rows by their prime limits. Other equal temperaments exist. They divide the octave differently. For example, some music has been written in 19-TET and 31-TET. Arabic music uses 24-TET. An example of an equal temperament that finds its smallest interval by dividing an interval other than the octave into equal parts is the equal-tempered version of the Bohlen–Pierce scale, which divides the just interval of an octave and a fifth (ratio 3:1), called a "tritave" or a "pseudo-octave" in that system, into 13 equal parts. String ensembles and vocal groups, who have no mechanical tuning limitations, often use a tuning much closer to just intonation, as it is naturally more consonant. History[edit] China[edit] Early history[edit] Zhu Zaiyu[edit] J. rn = p
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3-02-2010 Posted by Coen on 3-02-2010 in English, het project | 4 comments As a freelance web developer I sometimes create applications for other people who want to accomplish something. However, once in a while I have an idea of my own that I want to make reality. My latest (and first!) creation that is developed in-house is Ivy. Ivy is a webservice that is built on top of Spotify. Ivy currently supports iTunes XML files, CSV files (comma separated values) and free text / copy & paste input. Ivy remains free for everyone, but if you feel the service has been of value for you, please consider donating. Below is a screencast I made to explain how Ivy works and what you can do with it. Please let me know what you think of Ivy in the comments! Visit Ivy at ivyishere.org ShareThis Ivy – Automatic Spotify playlist generator | Kwesties van... Coen de Jong Ivy – Automatic Spotify playlist generator | Kwesties van... Coen de Jong
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