Two-octave scales catalog - Iy.

The complete collection of notes, intervals and note groups of the 24-tone system




Anyway, what is it all for? - asked one of my student upon learning about the 24-tone system. The answer is, however only relating to the scale patterns, published in Scale patterns Ic - What is it all for?. So the same thing applies here, too. Nevertheless, it is noteworthy that people asking these kind of questions are not really familiar with the scientific way of thinking, which, as such, only focuses on finding answers to the unknown, whether it is practical or not. I find many exciting, I dare to say revolutionary opportunities in the two-octave musical approach. From a mathematical point of view, it would mean twice as many notes and chord within a tonality, which of course would not necessarily mean better quality music; it would certainly mean a different kind of music, though. This ground-breaking musical approach is described in the following section:


Basic scales IIIf - Brother basic scales in theory and practice


The reception of these kind of approaches by the musicians is usually a little skeptical; some of them can't seem to understand the binary way of describing scales, though. And this is the bottom line; music theory, as it is currently, is not well-suited to making people creative. It is in fact blocks people from becoming creative.


Pénzes Methodology, on the other hand, not only does not block my students, many of them being talented engineers, IT experts and lawyers, from comprehending music; it literally helps them have inspiration and new thoughts, which their introductory videos prove the best.



The future of music is closer than you think; it has already come! - Two-octave scales catalog Iy. - Summary