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From: Erik Sandberg
Subject: Re: (no subject)
Date: Mon, 2 Jul 2007 20:17:48 +0200
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On Monday 02 July 2007, address@hidden wrote:

> I am also interested in the research in tuning systems other than equal
> temperament, which allows unusual frequency ratios to be heard in chords
> and melodies, which gives composers new possibilities to explore. See also
> for a review of the basic
> concepts. Regarding the notation, I wonder why we don't simply use a
> numerical notation i.e. a fraction as the accidental representing the
> frequency ratio from a reference pitch.


did you read this?

Regarding MIDI output, lily's midi output is, AFAIK, mainly meant for 
prooflistening purposes. Hence, it's probably a low priority task to add 
advanced microtonal support (such as your #4 and #5) to lily midi output. I 
would guess that e.g. glissando output would be a more useful addition.


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