Na Tonalities

Na(tural harmonics) tonalities

Fully anchored

Partially anchored

Overview visuals

Tonalibus 1e-3 tonalities - 2021-08 - 74y
Tonalibus 1e-3 tonalities - 2021-08 - 73y
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On the page Tonalities, you find a list of all anchored tonalities included in the catalogue, along with a side-by-side juxtaposition of their scale patterns, as well as a general overview of fundamental pitch distribution patterns.

Common characteristics of Na tonalities

Na tonalities are uniquely harmonious. Ideally, they span over multiple octaves, at least three or four. They follow the series of natural harmonics or overtones and thus form an arch with secondary harmonics turning into tertiary ones (or reciprocals).