11.12 - Hidden Powers of Numbers

Each number has an unique power structure and is not to be considered as simply incrementing a linear count. How an hidden power in numbers may be developed is shown in column "F" in Table 11.01. These equations contain and show a rhythmic pattern of octave-like powers making up each unique quantity of vibrations/oscillations. In music and physics numbers, rates or counts of frequencies are not stand-alone quantities but are relative, dependent and associative to other like quantities otherwise they would be meaningless expressions of incrementing quantities within a linear system of enumeration and we all know music is anything but linear. Numbers in music are relative quantities and not simple sequential steps along linearity.

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Created by Dale Pond. Last Modification: Thursday January 26, 2012 05:20:49 MST by Dale Pond.