Saturday, October 06, 2007
Scale of the Day: E Octave Divided Into 2 Equal Parts
The intervallic content (such as it is) of the E Octave Divided into 2 Equal Parts Scale. With a scale this simple - and essentially binary - there's really only two interval classes contained within this 2-note scale. There's the octave/unison, which is the interval of harmonic equivalence. And there is the square-root-of-2, which happens to be its own inversion in this context.