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So as far as I understand, Just Intonation is more consonant than Temperaments. This is a widely held misunderstanding. If you try to tune a keyboard in just intonation using 5:4 major thirds, at least one perfect fifth will be horribly out of tune in the home key. Say, with an electronic piano we can play a song in a certain key in Just Intonation... ...


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Not at all unusual or wrong. You might want to have one effect sweeping at a different rate to another one to give a more complex motion, or combine the filtering effect of two 'doublers' to give a particular frequency response. One thing you might need to watch for, especially if you have two 'doublers' set up in similar ways, is the modulations coming into ...


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