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 A117578 Equal divisions of the octave with nondecreasing consistency limits and distinct approximations for all the ratios in the tonality diamond of that limit. 3

%I

%S 1,2,3,5,6,7,8,9,12,15,16,18,19,22,23,24,25,26,27,31,35,36,37,41,46,

%T 53,58,72,80,87,94,111,121,130,149,159,183,217,282,311,388,422,624,

%U 935,1171,1323,1578,1600,2554,12348,14842,17461

%N Equal divisions of the octave with nondecreasing consistency limits and distinct approximations for all the ratios in the tonality diamond of that limit.

%H Tonalsoft Encyclopedia of Microtonal Music Theory, <a href="http://tonalsoft.com/enc/c/consistent.aspx">Consistency</a>

%e 9-EDO is consistent and distinct through the 5 limit because 6/5, 5/4, 4/3, 3/2, 8/5 and 5/3 map to 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 steps respectively and all the compositions of those intervals are consistent.

%p diamond := proc(n) # tonality diamond for odd integer n local i, j, s; s := {}; for i from 1 by 2 to n do for j from 1 by 2 to n do s := s union {r2d2(i/j)} od od; sort(convert(s, list)) end:

%p r2d2 := proc(q) # octave reduction of rational number q 2^(-floor(evalf(ln(q)/ln(2))))*q end:

%p plim := proc(q) # prime limit of rational number q local r, i, p; r := 1; i := 0; while not (r=q) do i := i+1; p := ithprime(i); r := r*p^ordp(q, p) od; i end:

%p vai := proc(n,i) # mapping of i-th prime by patent val for n round(evalf(n*ln(ithprime(i))/ln(2))) end:

%p via := proc(n,l) # the patent val for n of length l local i,v; for i from 1 to l do v[i] := vai(n,i) od; convert(convert(v,array),list) end:

%p h := proc(n, q) # mapping of interval q by patent val n if q=1 then RETURN(0) fi; dotprod(vec(q), via(n,plim(q))) end:

%p condi := proc(n, s) # distinct consistency of edo n with respect to consonance set s local i, d; for i from 1 to nops(s) do if not h(n, s[i])=round(n*l2(s[i])) then RETURN(false) fi od; for i from 1 to nops(s) do d[i] := h(n, s[i]) od; if not nops(convert(d, set))=nops(s) then RETURN(false) fi; RETURN(true) end:

%p condl := proc(n) # highest distinct odd-limit consistency for edo n local c; c := 3; while condi(n, diamond(c)) do c := c+2 od; c-2 end:

%Y Cf. A116474, A116475, A117577.

%K nonn

%O 1,2

%A _Gene Ward Smith_, Mar 29 2006

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