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revised Is solfege systems octave-agnostic?
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answered Is solfege systems octave-agnostic?
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comment Is solfege systems octave-agnostic?
I'm quite aware that the movable do system isn't bound to any specific scale. Moveable do does however not only apply to the major scale, but can be applied to virtually any western heptatonic scale (and scales with fewer notes). Since the "library" is based on standards I've decided to implement the scientific notation correctly, with the octave after the note name.
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comment Is solfege systems octave-agnostic?
A music theory programming library is a lot of words that describes a "thing" that makes a computer capable of answering music theoretic questions (when the right questions are asked). I believe quite a few of the answerers have understood the question correctly.
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comment Is solfege systems octave-agnostic?
A fellow developer just proposed to use a "helmholtz-like" method (C4 Major): "C4 = do, D4 = re, E5 = re', A3 = ,la" - Does that sound reasonable to you?
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asked Is solfege systems octave-agnostic?