Tonalibus 2e-7 hexa – 2024-01 – 65
Tonalibus 2e-7 hexa – 2024-01 – 66
Tonalibus 2e-7 hexa – 2024-01 – 67
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Tonalibus 2e-7 hexa - 2024-01 - 65
Tonalibus 2e-7 hexa - 2024-01 - 66
Tonalibus 2e-7 hexa - 2024-01 - 67
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1) HexaLoMid — plain scale — 16 seconds
2) HexaLoMid — embellished scale — 26 seconds
3) HexaLoMid — sound sample, rhythmic — 157 seconds
4) HexaLoMid — sound sample, calm — 193 seconds

You may enjoy a sound sample or tonality loop as sound mantra for contemplation or meditation, for upliftment and focusing, or simply as soothing background sound for relaxation and regeneration.

  • Hexatonality matrix: There are two common and two exceptional interval distributions within the octave of hexatonalities in the catalogue. The two common distributions are: 1) one Reach step, four whole steps, and one single half step (or semitone); and 2) two Reach steps, two whole steps, and two half steps. The two exceptional interval distributions include: 1) three Reach steps, no whole step, and three half steps; and 2) one augmented Reach step (spanning four half steps), three whole steps, and two half steps.
  • BluNa / (Lo)Mid tonality matrix: The lower tetrachord consists of the first few Na(tural) harmonics (i.e. quint and major third) with the addition of the Blu(esy) minor third. Mid tonalities further include the minor (Lo) or major second, which emphasizes the Reach step over the middle (Mid) of the scale. In this particular group, the hexatonalities are fundamental and corresponding heptatonalities are their derivatives and more delicate to use. (See table below.)
  • HexaLoMid: The name indicates that this is a Mid hexatonality with the minor second (Lo) and in the upper trichord the minor seventh.
  • Step pattern: Ascending from the fundamental (tonic or Do), a half step leads to a whole step followed by another half step. Then come two consecutive Reach steps. Finally another whole step leads up to the octave.
  • Scale intervals: Minor second, minor third, major third, quint, minor seventh.
  • Tetra- or Trichords: The lower tetrachord is LoMid and the upper trichord is PentaMin.
  • Harmonic axes: There are two axes that are tilted and at right angles to each other, NE-SW and ES-WN.
  • Primary harmonic anchors: The fundamental or North anchor and the East Anchor are both partial with their head and right leg only. The contrast or South anchor and West anchor are partially present with only their right leg each.
  • Secondary harmonic anchors: There are no secondary anchors.
  • Moduation potential: Hexatonalities can facilitate modulations. HexaLoMid is closely related to PentaBluNa, other Mid tonalities, etc. Its heptatonality derivatives are LoMidReachMin and LoMidReachMix.