Through Western Bog Laurel

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This is a work in progress…

Listen to the difference tones move around in this set of changes.

  • B 16/9 major
  • D 12/11 sub minor
  • G 3/2 sub minor
  • C 1/1 minor
  • F 4/3 major
  • B 16/9 major

In this case, major is an otonality based 4:5:6 triad. Sub minor is otonality based also, but on the 6:7:9 overtones. Think of a G minor using G Bbb D. Minor is utonality minor 6/6:5:4. When I slide from one chord to another, the difference tones go in strange directions. They will probably disappear as I add more instruments to the mix. Today is sounds like a nice barbershop harmony tune that could have been taken from a hymnal.

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Prent Rodgers

Musician seduced into capitalism.