#1
Ok, so I googled it, and the only link that came up sent me right back here! The scale / mode is courtesy of Cornwoid

Well, if I can't find a description of it anywhere on the net, can someone tell me what it is? Intervals?

I'm actually thinking, "Does it even exist?" Is Cornwoid having a laugh?!
#3
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"Does it even exist?"
It's related to a fragmented 11.4th.


To be serious, there are lots of synthetic and psuedo-exotic scales, but the use of the #19 shoudl give away that such a scale doesn't exist. It's common to refer to notes by their octave, calling a chord E7#9 instead of #2, for example. However, calling a 5th a 19th is ridiculous.
#4
Right. I shall not be writing any progressions based on that any time soon.

Thanx, some how I thought you might know the answer.
#5
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Is Cornwoid having a laugh?!

only if he's reading this thread

don't sweat it though.
#6
There's a reason Corwinoid has "win" in his name. He is God.
“Science cannot solve the ultimate mystery of nature. And that is because, in the last analysis, we ourselves are part of nature and therefore part of the mystery that we are trying to solve.”


-Max Planck

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#9


anyway, bet no one knew that a #19 is the same as a #5. Or that primatic has to do with water pressure (took me a quick google search)
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#10
Why should the scale not exist?


Maybe that name is a bit surreal but that doesn't mean you can't take the series of intervals that create the scale and play them. So I wouldn't call it a made up scale, I'd just call it an unusual scale with an exaggerated name.
#13
Quote by bangoodcharlote
1 2 b3 #4 #5 6 7

There. I just made it.


A B C D# E# F# G# in A minor



And now I shall play it softly underwater, so that the name is truly correct!