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�Musical Tone Correlation Chart�

This colorful chart relates the notes of the musical scale to the single octave of the electromagnetic spectrum, which contains the band of frequencies that are sensed as light by the human eye.

It is used on the Bioelectric Health Poetry page to depict the notes of "The Alphanumrabet Song."  

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"Color=Pitch & Space=Time" Musical Notation Correlation Table

  • Notes' tones are represented via their color and 
  • Notes' durations are represented by the quantity of spaces that each sounding takes up, each space representing a displaced, though equivalent period of time throughout the body of the song.  (TOC)
The Number of Frets Up the Fret Board from Any Note that is Used as that so Fretted Note's Primary (Key) Note. 
Names of  the Interval Sounds Between any Particularly Designated Note and the Base Key Note.
 The notes as they would land on the section of the electromagnetic spectrum that contains properties that are visible to humans.  (The subscripts represent how many rows* up from the most bass octave each particular note resides.) This arrangement is meant to be a literal representation that, devoid of mistakes, should be as true a representation as semantics allow.
E45 F45
Major Seventh
(D# / Eb)45 E45
Minor Seventh
  D45 (D# / Eb)45
Major Sixth / Diminished Seventh
(C# / Db)45 D45
Augmented Fifth / Minor Sixth
C45 (C# / Db)45
Perfect Fifth
Augmented Fourth / Diminished Fifth
(A# / Bb)44 B44
Perfect Fourth
A44 (A# / Bb)44
Major Third
(G# / Ab)44 � A44
Minor Third
G44 (G# / Ab)44
Major Second
(F# / Gb)44 � G44
Minor Second
F44 (F# / Gb)44 
E44 F44
*Row: Musicallyany string of 13 adjacent notes. They span one musical octave. i.e. The row of the octave of visible light spans from the color range: E44 F44 (362.4 terahertz � 384.0 terahertz), which is located in the 44'th octave above the most bass range of its so related audible tones, E0 � F0 (20.60 hertz � 21.83 hertz), in the electromagnetic spectrum, to the color range: E45 F45 (724.9 terahertz � 768.0 terahertz), which is located forty-five octaves� above that same range of tones, E0 F0.
A tone whose frequency has the property of being an integral (whole number) multiple of any more bass tones' frequencies that it is so related to. i.e. The forth octave above the note "A0," the most bass A note, whose tone's frequency is 27.50 cps is "A4," whose tone's frequency is 440 cps, because 27.50 cps x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 = 440 cps. The note's pitch (tone) that is officially tuned to in Music has a frequency [repeating variation of phenomena that induces (generates) propagation (emanation from a location)] of 440 cps and is called the A4 note.  (TOC)
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