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musical scale

"The lower diagram, marked C--C, represents their place in the tonal octave of the musical scale. The inert gas is the keynote of the electrical octave just as the note of C in the musical scale is the keynote for that octave. The keynote is omnipresent in all of the elements of matter as well as being omnipresent in the musical scale. By omnipresent we mean that it is in each note as well as its own tone. In music, for example, one is always conscious of

[p. 163]
Electric Current Cycle color version

Figure 42 - Electric Current Cycle.
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[p. 164]

the presence of the keynote, no matter which one is being sounded, nor how many of them. [Atomic Suicide, page 162-164]

See Also

04 - On the Pitch of Musical Sounds
05 - The Melodic Relations of the sounds of the Common Scale
electrical octave
Figure 1.8 - Electromagnetic Scale in Octaves
Figure 12.01 - Russells 4 Power Centered Scale
Figure 12.02 - 0 Inertia Centered Scale
Figure 12.03 - Scale Showing Relations of Light Color and Tones
Figure 13.15 - Equilibrium as Musical Tonal Equivalents
Figure 14.01 - Overtones Developed Musically Showing Up as Isotopes along the Vertical Axis of this Chart
Figure 4.17 - Musical Relationships of Colors Tones and Attributes
Figure 9.12 - Scale of Locked Potentials over Time
fundamental
inert gas
inertial plane
keynote
Major Scale
octave tonal scale
Scale
scale divisions
Scale of Locked Potentials
Scale of the Forces in Octaves
Table 11.05 - Comparison of Scale Structural Components and Relations
zero
1.21 - It Really Is a Musical Universe
12.01 - Scale of Locked Potentials
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