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So I’ve talked about classes representing the ideas of note and interval . This post I’ll cover Voices.ScaleClass , Voices.Scale and Voices.KeySignature . A scale is an interesting interplay between notes and intervals within an octave. As an example, the notes C D E F G A B constitute the C major scale...
12 Mar 2005
Starting over with Voices.Interval
In the previous post in the Voices category I showed my re-imagined Voices.Note class and its close relatives. You can already see that the new design has a useful separation of tone from note . I had also mixed solfeggio and scale into my initial, abandoned, design. I’ll come to scale in the future...
18 Feb 2005
Appendix A – Definitions
Appendix A – Definitions Accidentals Accidentals are the sharp/flat/natural ( ♯ / ♭ / ♮ ) symbols in a note’s name. A note with either no accidentals or with a natural symbol in its name is natural . Each sharp or flat symbol in a note’s name indicates that the note has been sharpened or flattened respectively...
17 Feb 2005
Starting over with Voices.Note
So this year I threw away my code and started again. I believe that the two fundamentals of music are note and interval and that all else (scale, chord, etc) is build from them. Rhythm (i.e. time) is an orthogonal dimension and I’ll save that for much later. This post I’ll talk about my Note class. So...
1 Feb 2005
My first (false) start at the Voices project
So, the middle of last November I started doing some thinking and designing and putting some C# classes together in a library. It was a bit of a false start as I’ll explain, so this year I started the project afresh with the benefit of what I’d learned. I’ll get to the starting-over in later posts but...
30 Jan 2005
Music Training. Part I. Fundamentals (i)
Voices - your songwriting studio Welcome to Voices! Before you learn how to use the software to write great songs you’ll need to know, at a minimum, some music theory and sight-reading essentials. I believe you’ll also need to understand the principles which have made your favorite Western art music...
29 Jan 2005
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