Monthly Archives: July 2014

Working the Boogie Woogie scale

A while back I commented on some of the scales that have seen a lot of use in the past hundred years but don’t seem to have been incorporated into scale practice routines – yet. Maybe this is a good thing, … Continue reading

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Charting the Emotions

Once upon a time, inspired by Alain Daniélou’s Ragas of North Indian Classical Music, I mapped just-tuned frequencies into an infinite web that I call the Honeycomb. You can explore it in my interactive Atlas of Tonespace, by clicking on the notes … Continue reading

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