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Stretched tuning & Moving inharmonic to inharmonicity
I'm considering moving this page to "Inharmonicity" and incorporating into its heavily edited -- yet, oddly, almost unchanging -- content the information on inharmonicity I've recently added to stretched tuning. Is anyone watching this "Inharmonic" page? If so, please read the inharmonicity part of stretched tuning and register any objections to my incorporating that somehow into "Inharmonic" and then moving the page to "Inharmonicity". Veg0matic 05:18, 13 August 2005 (UTC)
- The stretched tuning article is certainly better written and generally more coherent than this one!
White noise graph
The article includes a graph of the spectrum of white noise. White noise has nothing to do with inharmonicity, and there's no other mention of white noise in the article. I've removed image. Omc (talk) 01:03, 26 February 2015 (UTC)
"pleasing the math"
From the article: If pleasing the ear is the goal of an aural tuning, then pleasing the math is the goal of a machine tuning.