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Tonic Function

In musical terms, the tonic tone is the first tone of the major/minor scale that identifies the key center. The tonic function is represented by the major/minor triad. A tonic tone acts as an undivided fundamental frequency whose subdivisions generate harmonic or concordant relationships with the tonic, or fundamental, tone. Harmonic functions are generated by the spacing of major and minor scale tones in major and minor third intervals. [Mark Rossi]

See Also

celestial thirds
clustered thirds
Cosmic Keyboard
Diatonic
Diatonic scale
Diatonic Scale Ring
Figure 11.01 - Octave composed of Equal Thirds and Triads
Figure 9.13 - Wave Flow as function of Periodic Attraction and Dispersion
Figure 9.14 - Wave Flow and Phase as function of Particle Rotation
Figure 9.15 - Wave Flow and Wave Length as function of Particle Oscillatory Rotation
function
introductory third
Keely WaveFunction
Keplers Third Law
key
keynote
Limit of a Function
Major Third
Minor Third
Part 14 - Keelys Mysterious Thirds Sixths and Ninths
Pentatonic
Prime Third
Protonics
Russell Wavefunction
Russell Wavefunction Equation
Subtonic
Supertonic
sympathetic thirds
Table 1 - Relations of Thirds
Table 1 - Relations of Thirds see also
Table 13.02 - Vibratory and Oscillatory Triple Force Functions
Table 14.01 - All phrases in HyperVibes containing the term thirds
Table 14.02 - Neutral Thirds - Energy Radiates from Center - Force Contracts to Center
The Ether and Its Functions
third
third element
third octave
thirds
tonic
wavefunction
12.07 - Keelys Thirds Sixths and Ninths
14.04 - Thirds as Currents
14.05 - Thirds as Differentiations
14.07 - Thirds in Magnetic Action
14.08 - Thirds as Assimilatives
14.10 - Thirds as Ratios within a Whole
14.28 - Thirds as Polar and Depolar Parameters
16.08 - Polar Link in Thirds
7.12 - Third
12.07 - Keelys Thirds Sixths and Ninths
14.04 - Thirds as Currents
14.05 - Thirds as Differentiations
14.07 - Thirds in Magnetic Action
14.08 - Thirds as Assimilatives
14.10 - Thirds as Ratios within a Whole
14.28 - Thirds as Polar and Depolar Parameters
16.08 - Polar Link in Thirds
7.12 - Third

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