Most people who explore various forms of Just Intonation probably try this tuning sooner or later: the first twelve odd numbers interleaved in an octave. A fistfull of superparticulars, all laid out in order. The eight lowest primes. The three lowest odd composites. Even though all twelve step-sizes are different, the overall contrast in step sizes is fairly smooth. It's the same tuning as the 23-limit Exact PLOT, just arrived at by a different theoretical method.
|Largest step size:||138.57 c||(13:12)|
|Smallest step size:||73.68 c||(24:23)|
|Number of step sizes:||12|
HC = 19.6
2005 by David J. Finnamore