Cover of track Rasselbock Speed Ratio (INPUT-->OUTPUT) by dronealpha
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dronealpha, Rasselbock Speed Ratio (INPUT-->OUTPUT)

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this may have been obvious to some people but i had to figure it out. sharing new (to me) knowledge. might help the musicality of some rasselbock patternage

Ratio 3/4 --> 5 semitones below input

Ratio 2/3 --> 7 semitones below input

Ratio 1/2 --> 12 semitones below input

Ratio 1/3 --> 19 semitones below input

Ratio 1/4 --> 24 semitones (2 8va) below input

Ratio 1/6 --> 31 semitones below input

Ratio 1/8 --> 36 semitones (3 8va) below input

Ratio 1/16 --> 48 semitones (4 8va) below input

the outputs for Ratios 2/3, 1/3, and 1/6 are respectively one, two and three octaves below the major fourth.

i might be wrong. please comment if you find an error here :)

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    Cosmic DaVinci

    about 6 years ago

    Genius!

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    sebastian saldaño

    about 6 years ago

    Excellent research!

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    dronealpha

    about 6 years ago

    @Smily the first half of each measure is the unaffected tone, the third quarter note of each measure is the rbock affected tone, the fourth quarter note is the unaffected tone to compare the rbock's output to. i've tried in a few places and it seems to hold true for me, (but maybe my ears are off). select all of the notes in the notetrack and move them up and down and play it. if you find a mismatch in third and fourth tones of a measure, it's a bad theory, let me know ;)

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    Ryan W.

    about 6 years ago

    good man

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    Smily

    about 6 years ago

    interesting demo, for semitones don't really know if it's rigth maybe it depends of the original wave form no?

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    sndbrgn

    about 6 years ago

    Ahh I thought about this pretty often but was too lazy to try it out ... thanks man for sharing your knowledge

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    ssagg

    about 6 years ago

    nice.

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    seb

    about 6 years ago

    you have taught me something new welldone:)

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    Mad∞Scientist∞Mike

    about 6 years ago

    nice research good to know I usually try to play it by ear

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    SouthBronxDen

    about 6 years ago

    There a couple of sites that also list the frequencies of notes eg: Eb 155.56;311.13;587.33 etc....but this king of stuff makes my eyes bleed. lol

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    shoes

    about 6 years ago

    nice, very useful

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    SouthBronxDen

    about 6 years ago

    what is this close encounters? lol

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    xejuy

    about 6 years ago

    indeed. and great to hear that clean notes

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    tornsage

    about 6 years ago

    thanks drone very helpful :)

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