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Is there any particular reason why you chose to emulate the voices instead
of having a human sing the song?
On Fri, Jun 30, 2017 at 19:54 Herman Miller <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Tim Smith wrote:
> > I really like the lyrics.  Would you be willing to give me permission to
> > translate them into one or more of my conlangs?  It would be a good
> > incentive for lexicon-building (not one of my strong points).
>
> Certainly! I've put a Creative Commons license on my original songs that
> I've put up on SoundCloud, which basically means you're free to do
> whatever you want with them as long as you don't use it for commercial
> purposes. Specifically:
>
> https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/3.0/
>
> > I'm also curious about the tuning system you're using.  You may have
> > said something about it already, but if so, I've forgotten. I've been
> > interested in alternative systems of tuning and temperament ever since I
> > was first exposed to Just Intonation some 20 years ago.
> >
> > -- Tim
>
> The tuning system is a version of mavila, which is a regular temperament
> that tempers out 135/128. If you follow the chord progression in the
> chorus, it goes up a major third, then down three fourths to arrive at
> the original chord again. In 12-EDO that would end up a semitone higher.
> Specifically, the octave is 1206.145 cents and the fourth is 524.674 cents.
>
> Herman
>