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Comprehensive Scale Catalog: Five-Tone Scales in Alternate Temperaments

This page is part of Flutopedia's Comprehensive Scale Catalog ... a listing of many (many) scales that can be played on Native American flutes.

This page shows only scales with five tones per octave and using alternate temperaments.

The root note of each scale is shown in blue, such as Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed.

Genus Quartum

Temperament: 31-Tone Equal Temperament (31TET)
The 31 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–39–77–116–155–194–232–271–310–348–387–426–465–503–542–581–619–658–697–735–774–813–852–890–929–968–1006–1045–1084–1123–1161–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 10–10–10–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–387–774–1161–1200
  intervals: 1–3–a5–a7–8
  Root, Major 3rd, Quarter-sharp 5th, Quarter-flat Octave, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C E G+ B+ c

G cleffCEG quarter-sharpB quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Clint's Invented Name

Scala name: Genus quartum

Thai Mode 1

Temperament: 7-Tone Equal Temperament (7TET)
The 7 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–171–343–514–686–857–1029–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–171–343–686–857–1200
  intervals: 1–b2–b3–5–b6–8
  Root, Quarter-flat Major 2nd, Quarter-flat Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Quarter-flat Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E G A c

G cleffCD quarter-flatE quarter-flatGA quarter-flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 5 of: Thai Mode 6

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Thai mode 1

Thai Mode 2

Temperament: 7-Tone Equal Temperament (7TET)
The 7 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–171–343–514–686–857–1029–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–1–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–171–514–686–1029–1200
  intervals: 1–b2–4–5–b7–8
  Root, Quarter-flat Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-flat Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D F G B c

G cleffCD quarter-flatFGB quarter-flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Thai mode 2

Thai Mode 3

Temperament: 7-Tone Equal Temperament (7TET)
The 7 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–171–343–514–686–857–1029–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–2–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–343–514–857–1029–1200
  intervals: 1–b3–4–b6–b7–8
  Root, Quarter-flat Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Quarter-flat Major 6th, Quarter-flat Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C E F A B c

G cleffCE quarter-flatFA quarter-flatB quarter-flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Thai Mode 5

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Thai mode 3

Thai Mode 5

Temperament: 7-Tone Equal Temperament (7TET)
The 7 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–171–343–514–686–857–1029–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–1–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–171–514–686–857–1200
  intervals: 1–b2–4–5–b6–8
  Root, Quarter-flat Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-flat Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D F G A c

G cleffCD quarter-flatFGA quarter-flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 5 of: Thai Mode 3

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Thai mode 5

Thai Mode 6

Temperament: 7-Tone Equal Temperament (7TET)
The 7 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–171–343–514–686–857–1029–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–1–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–343–514–686–1029–1200
  intervals: 1–b3–4–5–b7–8
  Root, Quarter-flat Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-flat Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C E F G B c

G cleffCE quarter-flatFGB quarter-flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Thai Mode 1

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Thai mode 6

Patet Lima

Temperament: 7-Tone Pelog Temperament (Pelog7)
The 7 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–122–271–571–677–785–947–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–122–271–677–785–1200
  intervals: 1–m2–a2–5–m6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D+ G G♯ c
  C D♭ D+ G A♭ c

G cleffCC sharpD quarter-sharpGG sharpCbarlineCD flatD quarter-sharpGA flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala names: Patet Lima, Patet Nem, Jawar, Selisir

Wikipedia pages related to this scale:

Nem

Temperament: 7-Tone Pelog Temperament (Pelog7)
The 7 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–122–271–571–677–785–947–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–1–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–122–571–677–785–1200
  intervals: 1–m2–a4–5–m6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ F+ G G♯ c
  C D♭ F+ G A♭ c

G cleffCC sharpF quarter-sharpGG sharpCbarlineCD flatF quarter-sharpGA flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Tembung

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala names: Patet Lima, Nem with Pelog

Pelog

Temperament: 7-Tone Pelog Temperament (Pelog7)
The 7 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–122–271–571–677–785–947–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–1–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–271–571–677–947–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–a4–5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ F+ G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpF quarter-sharpGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Pelog

Dangsoe

Temperament: 7-Tone Pelog Temperament (Pelog7)
The 7 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–122–271–571–677–785–947–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–1–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–122–677–785–947–1200
  intervals: 1–m2–5–m6–a6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ G G♯ A+ c
  C D♭ G A♭ A+ c

G cleffCC sharpGG sharpA quarter-sharpCbarlineCD flatGA flatA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Dangsoe

Bem, Pengenter

Temperament: 7-Tone Pelog Temperament (Pelog7)
The 7 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–122–271–571–677–785–947–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–1–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–122–571–677–947–1200
  intervals: 1–m2–a4–5–a6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ F+ G A+ c
  C D♭ F+ G A+ c

G cleffCC sharpF quarter-sharpGA quarter-sharpCbarlineCD flatF quarter-sharpGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala names: Bem, Pengenter

Miring

Temperament: 7-Tone Pelog Temperament (Pelog7)
The 7 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–122–271–571–677–785–947–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–2–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–271–571–785–947–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–a4–m6–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Minor 6th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D+ F+ G♯ A+ c
  C D+ F+ A♭ A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpF quarter-sharpG sharpA quarter-sharpCbarlineCD quarter-sharpF quarter-sharpA flatA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala names: Miring, Slendro 2

Manyura

Temperament: 7-Tone Pelog Temperament (Pelog7)
The 7 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–122–271–571–677–785–947–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–1–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–122–271–571–947–1200
  intervals: 1–m2–a2–a4–a6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D+ F+ A+ c
  C D♭ D+ F+ A+ c

G cleffCC sharpD quarter-sharpF quarter-sharpA quarter-sharpCbarlineCD flatD quarter-sharpF quarter-sharpA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Manyura

Pathet Barang

Temperament: 7-Tone Pelog Mode 2 Temperament (Pelog7m2)
The 7 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–149–449–555–663–825–1078–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 1–2–1–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–149–555–663–825–1200
  intervals: 1–b2–a4–b5–b6–8
  Root, Quarter-flat Major 2nd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Quarter-flat 5th, Quarter-flat Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D F+ G A c

G cleffCD quarter-flatF quarter-sharpG quarter-flatA quarter-flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Sunaren

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Tembung

Temperament: 7-Tone Pelog Mode 4 Temperament (Pelog7m4)
The 7 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–106–214–376–629–751–900–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–106–214–629–751–1200
  intervals: 1–m2–2–b5–a5–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 5th, Quarter-sharp 5th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D G G+ c
  C D♭ D G G+ c

G cleffCC sharpDG quarter-flatG quarter-sharpCbarlineCD flatDG quarter-flatG quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Nem

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Sunaren

Temperament: 7-Tone Pelog Mode 5 Temperament (Pelog7m5)
The 7 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–108–270–523–645–794–1094–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–2–1–2

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–108–270–645–794–1200
  intervals: 1–m2–a2–b5–m6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 5th, Minor 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ D+ G G♯ c
  C D♭ D+ G A♭ c

G cleffCC sharpD quarter-sharpG quarter-flatG sharpCbarlineCD flatD quarter-sharpG quarter-flatA flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Pathet Barang

The name I use for this scale comes from: Wikipedia

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Agmon Diatonic DS1

Temperament: 8-Tone Equal Temperament (8TET)
The 8 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–150–300–450–600–750–900–1050–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–2–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–300–450–750–1050–1200
  intervals: 1–m3–b4–a5–b7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Quarter-flat 4th, Quarter-sharp 5th, Quarter-flat Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E+ G+ B c
  C E♭ E+ G+ B c

G cleffCD sharpE quarter-sharpG quarter-sharpB quarter-flatCbarlineCE flatE quarter-sharpG quarter-sharpB quarter-flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Father-5

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Scala name: Agmon Diatonic DS1

Father-5

Temperament: 8-Tone Equal Temperament (8TET)
The 8 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–150–300–450–600–750–900–1050–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 2–2–1–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–300–600–750–1050–1200
  intervals: 1–m3–d5–a5–b7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Diminished 5th, Quarter-sharp 5th, Quarter-flat Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ F♯ G+ B c
  C E♭ G♭ G+ B c

G cleffCD sharpF sharpG quarter-sharpB quarter-flatCbarlineCE flatG flatG quarter-sharpB quarter-flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Agmon Diatonic DS1

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Scala name: Father-5

Symmetrical Pentatonic

Temperament: 9-Tone Equal Temperament (9TET)
The 9 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–133–267–400–533–667–800–933–1067–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–1–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–133–533–667–1067–1200
  intervals: 1–b2–a4–b5–b7–8
  Root, Quarter-flat Major 2nd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Quarter-flat 5th, Quarter-flat Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D F+ G B c

G cleffCD quarter-flatF quarter-sharpG quarter-flatB quarter-flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Scala name: Symmetrical Pentatonic

Pelog Pancanada

Temperament: 9-Tone Equal Temperament (9TET)
The 9 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–133–267–400–533–667–800–933–1067–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–1–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–400–533–667–1067–1200
  intervals: 1–3–a4–b5–b7–8
  Root, Major 3rd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Quarter-flat 5th, Quarter-flat Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C E F+ G B c

G cleffCEF quarter-sharpG quarter-flatB quarter-flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Scala name: Pelog Pancanada: Sunda

Nine tone "Sorog"

Temperament: 9-Tone Equal Temperament (9TET)
The 9 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–133–267–400–533–667–800–933–1067–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–3–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–400–533–933–1067–1200
  intervals: 1–3–a4–a6–b7–8
  Root, Major 3rd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Quarter-flat Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C E F+ A+ B c

G cleffCEF quarter-sharpA quarter-sharpB quarter-flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Scala names: Nine tone "Sorog": Sunda

Noll Pseudo-diatonic

Temperament: 9-Tone Equal Temperament (9TET)
The 9 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–133–267–400–533–667–800–933–1067–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 2–1–2–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–267–400–667–933–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–3–b5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Quarter-flat 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ E G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpEG quarter-flatA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Scala name: Noll Pseudo-diatonic

Pelog Degung

Temperament: 10-Tone Equal Temperament (10TET)
The 10 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–120–240–360–480–600–720–840–960–1080–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–2–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–360–480–720–1080–1200
  intervals: 1–b3–4–5–7–8
  Root, Quarter-flat Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C E F G B c

G cleffCE quarter-flatFGBCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Scala name: Pelog Degung: Sunda

Sorog Madenda

Temperament: 10-Tone Equal Temperament (10TET)
The 10 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–120–240–360–480–600–720–840–960–1080–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 3–1–3–2–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–360–480–840–1080–1200
  intervals: 1–b3–4–b6–7–8
  Root, Quarter-flat Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Quarter-flat Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C E F A B c

G cleffCE quarter-flatFA quarter-flatBCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Scala name: Sorog Madenda: Sunda

Machine-5

Temperament: 11-Tone Equal Temperament (11TET)
The 11 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–109–218–327–436–545–655–764–873–982–1091–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 2–3–2–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–218–545–764–982–1200
  intervals: 1–2–a4–a5–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Quarter-sharp 5th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D F+ G+ A♯ c
  C D F+ G+ B♭ c

G cleffCDF quarter-sharpG quarter-sharpA sharpCbarlineCDF quarter-sharpG quarter-sharpB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Scala name: Machine-5

Sentry-5

Temperament: 11-Tone Equal Temperament (11TET)
The 11 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–109–218–327–436–545–655–764–873–982–1091–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 1–3–1–3–3

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–109–436–545–873–1200
  intervals: 1–m2–b4–a4–b6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Quarter-sharp 4th, Quarter-flat Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E+ F+ A c
  C D♭ E+ F+ A c

G cleffCC sharpE quarter-sharpF quarter-sharpA quarter-flatCbarlineCD flatE quarter-sharpF quarter-sharpA quarter-flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Scala name: Sentry-5

Swooning Rushes

Temperament: 11-Tone Equal Temperament (11TET)
The 11 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–109–218–327–436–545–655–764–873–982–1091–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 2–3–1–3–2

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–218–545–655–982–1200
  intervals: 1–2–a4–b5–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Quarter-flat 5th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D F+ G A♯ c
  C D F+ G B♭ c

G cleffCDF quarter-sharpG quarter-flatA sharpCbarlineCDF quarter-sharpG quarter-flatB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Scala name: Swooning Rushes

Minor Pentatonic

Temperament: 12-Tone Overtone Temperament (Over12)
The 12 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–139–267–386–498–603–702–796–884–969–1049–1126–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 3–2–2–3–2

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–386–603–796–1049–1200
  intervals: 1–3–d5–m6–b7–8
  Root, Major 3rd, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Quarter-flat Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C E F♯ G♯ B c
  C E G♭ A♭ B c

G cleffCEF sharpG sharpB quarter-flatCbarlineCEG flatA flatB quarter-flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Blackwood Pentatonic

Temperament: 13-Tone Equal Temperament (13TET)
The 13 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–92–185–277–369–462–554–646–738–831–923–1015–1108–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 3–3–2–3–2

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–277–554–738–1015–1200
  intervals: 1–m3–a4–a5–m7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Quarter-sharp 5th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ F+ G+ A♯ c
  C E♭ F+ G+ B♭ c

G cleffCD sharpF quarter-sharpG quarter-sharpA sharpCbarlineCE flatF quarter-sharpG quarter-sharpB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Scala names: Blackwood Pentatonic, Quasi Slendro, Father-5

A-Team-5

Temperament: 13-Tone Equal Temperament (13TET)
The 13 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–92–185–277–369–462–554–646–738–831–923–1015–1108–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 3–2–3–2–3

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–277–462–738–923–1200
  intervals: 1–m3–b4–a5–6–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Quarter-flat 4th, Quarter-sharp 5th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ E+ G+ A c
  C E♭ E+ G+ A c

G cleffCD sharpE quarter-sharpG quarter-sharpACbarlineCE flatE quarter-sharpG quarter-sharpACEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Scala name: A-Team-5

Lovecraft-5

Temperament: 13-Tone Equal Temperament (13TET)
The 13 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–92–185–277–369–462–554–646–738–831–923–1015–1108–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 3–3–3–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–277–554–831–1108–1200
  intervals: 1–m3–a4–b6–7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Quarter-flat Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ F+ A B c
  C E♭ F+ A B c

G cleffCD sharpF quarter-sharpA quarter-flatBCbarlineCE flatF quarter-sharpA quarter-flatBCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Scala name: Lovecraft-5

Symmetrical Pentatonic

Temperament: 13-Tone Equal Temperament (13TET)
The 13 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–92–185–277–369–462–554–646–738–831–923–1015–1108–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 4–1–3–1–4

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–369–462–738–831–1200
  intervals: 1–b3–b4–a5–b6–8
  Root, Quarter-flat Major 3rd, Quarter-flat 4th, Quarter-sharp 5th, Quarter-flat Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C E E+ G+ A c

G cleffCE quarter-flatE quarter-sharpG quarter-sharpA quarter-flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Scala name: Symmetrical Pentatonic

Columns

Temperament: 13-Tone Equal Temperament (13TET)
The 13 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–92–185–277–369–462–554–646–738–831–923–1015–1108–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 4–2–1–2–4

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–369–554–646–831–1200
  intervals: 1–b3–a4–b5–b6–8
  Root, Quarter-flat Major 3rd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Quarter-flat 5th, Quarter-flat Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C E F+ G A c

G cleffCE quarter-flatF quarter-sharpG quarter-flatA quarter-flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Scala name: Columns

BP Pentatonic

Temperament: 13-Tone Bohlen–Pierce Just Intoned Temperament (BP-13JI)
The 13 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–133–302–435–583–737–884–1018–1165–1319–1467–1600–1769–1902 (not octave repeating!)
Notes: Wendy Carlos’ twelve-note scale based on octave-repeating harmonics. A = 1/1 (440 Hz). 1/1 17/16 9/8 19/16 5/4 21/16 11/8 3/2 13/8 27/16 7/4 15/8

Scale steps in semitones: 3–3–3–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–435–884–1319–1769–1902
  intervals: 1–b4–6–m9–a11–12
  Root, Quarter-flat 4th, Major 6th, m9, a11, 12

Pitches starting from C:
  C E+ A c♯ f+ g
  C E+ A c♯ f+ g

G cleffCE quarter-sharpAbarlineCE quarter-sharpAEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

BP Pentatonic

Temperament: 13-Tone Bohlen–Pierce Overtone Temperament (BP-Over13)
The 13 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–203–393–570–736–893–1041–1182–1316–1444–1566–1682–1794–1902 (not octave repeating!)

Scale steps in semitones: 3–3–3–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–570–1041–1444–1794–1902
  intervals: 1–a4–b7–a9–d12–12
  Root, Quarter-sharp 4th, Quarter-flat Major 7th, a9, d12, 12

Pitches starting from C:
  C F+ B d+ f♯ g
  C F+ B d+ f♯ g

G cleffCF quarter-sharpB quarter-flatbarlineCF quarter-sharpB quarter-flatEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, applied to a different temperament.

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

BP Pentatonic

Temperament: 13-Tone Bohlen–Pierce Equal Temperament (BP-13TET)
The 13 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–146–293–439–585–732–878–1024–1170–1317–1463–1609–1756–1902 (not octave repeating!)

Scale steps in semitones: 3–3–3–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–439–878–1317–1756–1902
  intervals: 1–b4–6–m9–a11–12
  Root, Quarter-flat 4th, Major 6th, m9, a11, 12

Pitches starting from C:
  C E+ A c♯ f+ g
  C E+ A c♯ f+ g

G cleffCE quarter-sharpAbarlineCE quarter-sharpAEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Name from Scala, in it's specified non-12TET temperament.

Scala name: BP Pentatonic

Wikipedia page related to this scale:

Godzilla-5

Temperament: 14-Tone Equal Temperament (14TET)
The 14 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–86–171–257–343–429–514–600–686–771–857–943–1029–1114–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 2–3–3–3–3

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–171–429–686–943–1200
  intervals: 1–b2–b4–5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-flat Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E+ G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-flatE quarter-sharpGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Godzilla-5

Semaphore-5

Temperament: 14-Tone Equal Temperament (14TET)
The 14 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–86–171–257–343–429–514–600–686–771–857–943–1029–1114–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 3–3–2–3–3

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–257–514–686–943–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–4–5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ F G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpFGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Semaphore-5

Seventeen-tone Major Pentatonic

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed   or  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Temperament: 17-Tone Equal Temperament (17TET)
The 17 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–71–141–212–282–353–424–494–565–635–706–776–847–918–988–1059–1129–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 3–3–4–3–4

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–212–424–706–918–1200
  intervals: 1–2–3–5–6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E G A c

G cleffCDEGACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Seventeen-tone Suspended Pentatonic
  Mode 5 of: Seventeen-tone Minor Pentatonic

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Seventeen-tone Major Pentatonic

Seventeen-tone Minor Pentatonic

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open   or  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open open

Temperament: 17-Tone Equal Temperament (17TET)
The 17 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–71–141–212–282–353–424–494–565–635–706–776–847–918–988–1059–1129–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 4–3–3–4–3

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–282–494–706–988–1200
  intervals: 1–m3–4–5–m7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ F G A♯ c
  C E♭ F G B♭ c

G cleffCD sharpFGA sharpCbarlineCE flatFGB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Seventeen-tone Major Pentatonic
  Mode 3 of: Seventeen-tone Suspended Pentatonic

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala names: Seventeen-tone Minor Pentatonic, Salendro Sejati: Sunda

Seventeen-tone Suspended Pentatonic

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Temperament: 17-Tone Equal Temperament (17TET)
The 17 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–71–141–212–282–353–424–494–565–635–706–776–847–918–988–1059–1129–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 3–4–3–4–3

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–212–494–706–988–1200
  intervals: 1–2–4–5–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D F G A♯ c
  C D F G B♭ c

G cleffCDFGA sharpCbarlineCDFGB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Seventeen-tone Minor Pentatonic
  Mode 5 of: Seventeen-tone Major Pentatonic

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Seventeen-tone Suspended Pentatonic

Pelog Degung Sejati

Temperament: 17-Tone Equal Temperament (17TET)
The 17 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–71–141–212–282–353–424–494–565–635–706–776–847–918–988–1059–1129–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 6–1–3–6–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–424–494–706–1129–1200
  intervals: 1–3–4–5–a7–8
  Root, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-flat Octave, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C E F G B+ c

G cleffCEFGB quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Pelog Degung Sejati: Sunda

Sorog Madenda Sejati

Temperament: 17-Tone Equal Temperament (17TET)
The 17 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–71–141–212–282–353–424–494–565–635–706–776–847–918–988–1059–1129–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 6–1–6–3–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–424–494–918–1129–1200
  intervals: 1–3–4–6–a7–8
  Root, Major 3rd, Perfect 4th, Major 6th, Quarter-flat Octave, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C E F A B+ c

G cleffCEFAB quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Sorog Madenda Sejati: Sunda

Malaysian Pelog

Temperament: 17-Tone Equal Temperament (17TET)
The 17 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–71–141–212–282–353–424–494–565–635–706–776–847–918–988–1059–1129–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 2–5–3–2–5

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–141–494–706–847–1200
  intervals: 1–b2–4–5–b6–8
  Root, Quarter-flat Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-flat Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D F G A c

G cleffCD quarter-flatFGA quarter-flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Malaysian Pelog

Machine-5

Temperament: 17-Tone Equal Temperament (17TET)
The 17 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–71–141–212–282–353–424–494–565–635–706–776–847–918–988–1059–1129–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 3–5–3–3–3

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–212–565–776–988–1200
  intervals: 1–2–a4–m6–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D F+ G♯ A♯ c
  C D F+ A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCDF quarter-sharpG sharpA sharpCbarlineCDF quarter-sharpA flatB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Machine-5

Father-5

Temperament: 18-Tone Equal Temperament (18TET)
The 18 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–67–133–200–267–333–400–467–533–600–667–733–800–867–933–1000–1067–1133–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 4–4–3–4–3

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–267–533–733–1000–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–a4–a5–m7–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Quarter-sharp 5th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D+ F+ G+ A♯ c
  C D+ F+ G+ B♭ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpF quarter-sharpG quarter-sharpA sharpCbarlineCD quarter-sharpF quarter-sharpG quarter-sharpB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Father-5

Five out of 19

Temperament: 19-Tone Equal Temperament (19TET)
The 19 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–63–126–189–253–316–379–442–505–568–632–695–758–821–884–947–1011–1074–1137–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 4–4–4–4–3

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–253–505–758–1011–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–4–a5–m7–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Quarter-sharp 5th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D+ F G+ A♯ c
  C D+ F G+ B♭ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpFG quarter-sharpA sharpCbarlineCD quarter-sharpFG quarter-sharpB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala names: Five out of 19, Godzilla-5 inverse

Nineteen-tone Major Pentatonic

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed   or  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Temperament: 19-Tone Equal Temperament (19TET)
The 19 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–63–126–189–253–316–379–442–505–568–632–695–758–821–884–947–1011–1074–1137–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 3–3–5–3–5

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–189–379–695–884–1200
  intervals: 1–2–3–5–6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E G A c

G cleffCDEGACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 5 of: Nineteen-tone Minor Pentatonic

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Nineteen-tone Major Pentatonic

Nineteen-tone Minor Pentatonic

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open   or  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open open

Temperament: 19-Tone Equal Temperament (19TET)
The 19 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–63–126–189–253–316–379–442–505–568–632–695–758–821–884–947–1011–1074–1137–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 5–3–3–5–3

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–316–505–695–1011–1200
  intervals: 1–m3–4–5–m7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ F G A♯ c
  C E♭ F G B♭ c

G cleffCD sharpFGA sharpCbarlineCE flatFGB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Nineteen-tone Major Pentatonic

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Nineteen-tone Minor Pentatonic

Nineteen-tone Suspended Pentatonic

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Temperament: 19-Tone Equal Temperament (19TET)
The 19 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–63–126–189–253–316–379–442–505–568–632–695–758–821–884–947–1011–1074–1137–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 3–5–3–5–3

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–189–505–695–1011–1200
  intervals: 1–2–4–5–m7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D F G A♯ c
  C D F G B♭ c

G cleffCDFGA sharpCbarlineCDFGB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Nineteen-tone Suspended Pentatonic

Quasi-equal Pentatonic

Temperament: 19-Tone Equal Temperament (19TET)
The 19 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–63–126–189–253–316–379–442–505–568–632–695–758–821–884–947–1011–1074–1137–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 4–4–3–4–4

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–253–505–695–947–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–4–5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ F G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpFGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala names: Quasi-equal Pentatonic, Semaphore-5

Godzilla-5

Temperament: 19-Tone Equal Temperament (19TET)
The 19 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–63–126–189–253–316–379–442–505–568–632–695–758–821–884–947–1011–1074–1137–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 3–4–4–4–4

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–189–442–695–947–1200
  intervals: 1–2–b4–5–a6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E+ G A+ c

G cleffCDE quarter-sharpGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Godzilla-5

Score-5

Temperament: 20-Tone Equal Temperament (20TET)
The 20 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–60–120–180–240–300–360–420–480–540–600–660–720–780–840–900–960–1020–1080–1140–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 7–2–7–2–2

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–420–540–960–1080–1200
  intervals: 1–3–a4–a6–7–8
  Root, Major 3rd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C E F+ A+ B c

G cleffCEF quarter-sharpA quarter-sharpBCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Score-5

Quasi-equal Pentatonic

Temperament: 21-Tone Equal Temperament (21TET)
The 21 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–57–114–171–229–286–343–400–457–514–571–629–686–743–800–857–914–971–1029–1086–1143–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 4–4–5–4–4

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–229–457–743–971–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–b4–a5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Quarter-sharp 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ E+ G+ A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpE quarter-sharpG quarter-sharpA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Quasi-equal Pentatonic

Orwell-5

Temperament: 22-Tone Equal Temperament (22TET)
The 22 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–55–109–164–218–273–327–382–436–491–545–600–655–709–764–818–873–927–982–1036–1091–1145–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 5–5–5–5–2

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–273–545–818–1091–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–a4–m6–7–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D+ F+ G♯ B c
  C D+ F+ A♭ B c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpF quarter-sharpG sharpBCbarlineCD quarter-sharpF quarter-sharpA flatBCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Orwell-5

Septimal Minor Pentatonic

Temperament: 22-Tone Equal Temperament (22TET)
The 22 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–55–109–164–218–273–327–382–436–491–545–600–655–709–764–818–873–927–982–1036–1091–1145–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 5–4–4–5–4

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–273–491–709–982–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–4–5–m7–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D+ F G A♯ c
  C D+ F G B♭ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpFGA sharpCbarlineCD quarter-sharpFGB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Septimal Minor Pentatonic

Bhupali

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed   or  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Temperament: 22-Tone Shruti Temperament (Shruti22)
The 22 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–90–112–182–204–294–316–386–408–498–520–590–612–702–792–814–884–906–996–1018–1088–1110–1200
Notes: Scala: 256/243 65536/59049 9/8 32/27 8192/6561 81/64 4/3 1024/729 262144/177147 3/2 128/81 32768/19683 27/16 16/9 4096/2187 1048576/531441 2/1

Scale steps in semitones: 4–3–6–4–5

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–204–386–702–906–1200
  intervals: 1–2–3–5–6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E G A c

G cleffCDEGACEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Raga Bhupali

Deskar

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed   or  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Temperament: 22-Tone Shruti Temperament (Shruti22)
The 22 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–90–112–182–204–294–316–386–408–498–520–590–612–702–792–814–884–906–996–1018–1088–1110–1200
Notes: Scala: 256/243 65536/59049 9/8 32/27 8192/6561 81/64 4/3 1024/729 262144/177147 3/2 128/81 32768/19683 27/16 16/9 4096/2187 1048576/531441 2/1

Scale steps in semitones: 3–4–6–3–6

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–182–386–702–884–1200
  intervals: 1–2–3–5–6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E G A c

G cleffCDEGACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Malkauns

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Raga Deskar

Durga

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Temperament: 22-Tone Shruti Temperament (Shruti22)
The 22 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–90–112–182–204–294–316–386–408–498–520–590–612–702–792–814–884–906–996–1018–1088–1110–1200
Notes: Scala: 256/243 65536/59049 9/8 32/27 8192/6561 81/64 4/3 1024/729 262144/177147 3/2 128/81 32768/19683 27/16 16/9 4096/2187 1048576/531441 2/1

Scale steps in semitones: 4–5–4–4–5

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–204–498–702–906–1200
  intervals: 1–2–4–5–6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D F G A c

G cleffCDFGACEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Raga Durga

Hamsadhvani

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed open open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Temperament: 22-Tone Shruti Temperament (Shruti22)
The 22 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–90–112–182–204–294–316–386–408–498–520–590–612–702–792–814–884–906–996–1018–1088–1110–1200
Notes: Scala: 256/243 65536/59049 9/8 32/27 8192/6561 81/64 4/3 1024/729 262144/177147 3/2 128/81 32768/19683 27/16 16/9 4096/2187 1048576/531441 2/1

Scale steps in semitones: 4–3–6–7–2

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–204–386–702–1088–1200
  intervals: 1–2–3–5–7–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E G B c

G cleffCDEGBCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Raga Hamsadhvani

Malkauns

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open   or  Finger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open open

Temperament: 22-Tone Shruti Temperament (Shruti22)
The 22 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–90–112–182–204–294–316–386–408–498–520–590–612–702–792–814–884–906–996–1018–1088–1110–1200
Notes: Scala: 256/243 65536/59049 9/8 32/27 8192/6561 81/64 4/3 1024/729 262144/177147 3/2 128/81 32768/19683 27/16 16/9 4096/2187 1048576/531441 2/1

Scale steps in semitones: 6–3–6–3–4

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–316–498–814–996–1200
  intervals: 1–m3–4–m6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Perfect 4th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ F G♯ A♯ c
  C E♭ F A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCD sharpFG sharpA sharpCbarlineCE flatFA flatB flatCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Deskar

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Raga Malkauns

Saveri

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Temperament: 22-Tone Shruti Temperament (Shruti22)
The 22 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–90–112–182–204–294–316–386–408–498–520–590–612–702–792–814–884–906–996–1018–1088–1110–1200
Notes: Scala: 256/243 65536/59049 9/8 32/27 8192/6561 81/64 4/3 1024/729 262144/177147 3/2 128/81 32768/19683 27/16 16/9 4096/2187 1048576/531441 2/1

Scale steps in semitones: 2–7–4–1–8

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–112–498–702–792–1200
  intervals: 1–m2–4–5–m6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ F G G♯ c
  C D♭ F G A♭ c

G cleffCC sharpFGG sharpCbarlineCD flatFGA flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Raga Saveri

Suddha Malhar

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Temperament: 22-Tone Shruti Temperament (Shruti22)
The 22 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–90–112–182–204–294–316–386–408–498–520–590–612–702–792–814–884–906–996–1018–1088–1110–1200
Notes: Scala: 256/243 65536/59049 9/8 32/27 8192/6561 81/64 4/3 1024/729 262144/177147 3/2 128/81 32768/19683 27/16 16/9 4096/2187 1048576/531441 2/1

Scale steps in semitones: 3–6–4–3–6

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–182–498–702–884–1200
  intervals: 1–2–4–5–6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D F G A c

G cleffCDFGACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Chromatic and Chromatic

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Raga Suddha Malhar

Vibhas

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open closedFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Temperament: 22-Tone Shruti Temperament (Shruti22)
The 22 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–90–112–182–204–294–316–386–408–498–520–590–612–702–792–814–884–906–996–1018–1088–1110–1200
Notes: Scala: 256/243 65536/59049 9/8 32/27 8192/6561 81/64 4/3 1024/729 262144/177147 3/2 128/81 32768/19683 27/16 16/9 4096/2187 1048576/531441 2/1

Scale steps in semitones: 1–6–6–3–6

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–90–386–702–884–1200
  intervals: 1–m2–3–5–6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ E G A c
  C D♭ E G A c

G cleffCC sharpEGACbarlineCD flatEGACEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Raga Vibhas (marva)

Anchi Hoy

Temperament: 24-Tone Equal Temperament (24TET)
The 24 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–50–100–150–200–250–300–350–400–450–500–550–600–650–700–750–800–850–900–950–1000–1050–1100–1150–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 2–8–3–6–5

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–100–500–650–950–1200
  intervals: 1–m2–4–b5–a6–8
  Root, Minor 2nd, Perfect 4th, Quarter-flat 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C C♯ F G A+ c
  C D♭ F G A+ c

G cleffCC sharpFG quarter-flatA quarter-sharpCbarlineCD flatFG quarter-flatA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Anchihoye: Ethiopia

Quasi-equal Pentatonic

Temperament: 24-Tone Equal Temperament (24TET)
The 24 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–50–100–150–200–250–300–350–400–450–500–550–600–650–700–750–800–850–900–950–1000–1050–1100–1150–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 5–5–4–5–5

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–250–500–700–950–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–4–5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ F G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpFGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Godzilla-5

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala names: Quasi-equal Pentatonic, Semaphore-5

Spondeion

Temperament: 24-Tone Equal Temperament (24TET)
The 24 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–50–100–150–200–250–300–350–400–450–500–550–600–650–700–750–800–850–900–950–1000–1050–1100–1150–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 3–7–4–3–7

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–150–500–700–850–1200
  intervals: 1–b2–4–5–b6–8
  Root, Quarter-flat Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-flat Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D F G A c

G cleffCD quarter-flatFGA quarter-flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Spondeion

de Vries 5-tone

Temperament: 24-Tone Equal Temperament (24TET)
The 24 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–50–100–150–200–250–300–350–400–450–500–550–600–650–700–750–800–850–900–950–1000–1050–1100–1150–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 9–2–2–9–2

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–450–550–650–1100–1200
  intervals: 1–b4–a4–b5–7–8
  Root, Quarter-flat 4th, Quarter-sharp 4th, Quarter-flat 5th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C E+ F+ G B c

G cleffCE quarter-sharpF quarter-sharpG quarter-flatBCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: de Vries 5-tone

Godzilla-5

Temperament: 24-Tone Equal Temperament (24TET)
The 24 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–50–100–150–200–250–300–350–400–450–500–550–600–650–700–750–800–850–900–950–1000–1050–1100–1150–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 4–5–5–5–5

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–200–450–700–950–1200
  intervals: 1–2–b4–5–a6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E+ G A+ c

G cleffCDE quarter-sharpGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Quasi-equal Pentatonic

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Godzilla-5

Quasi-equal Pentatonic

Temperament: 26-Tone Equal Temperament (26TET)
The 26 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–46–92–138–185–231–277–323–369–415–462–508–554–600–646–692–738–785–831–877–923–969–1015–1062–1108–1154–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 5–5–6–5–5

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–231–462–738–969–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–b4–a5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Quarter-sharp 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ E+ G+ A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpE quarter-sharpG quarter-sharpA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala names: Quasi-equal Pentatonic, Mothra-5

Septimal Minor Pentatonic

Temperament: 27-Tone Equal Temperament (27TET)
The 27 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–44–89–133–178–222–267–311–356–400–444–489–533–578–622–667–711–756–800–844–889–933–978–1022–1067–1111–1156–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 6–5–5–6–5

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–267–489–711–978–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–4–5–m7–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D+ F G A♯ c
  C D+ F G B♭ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpFGA sharpCbarlineCD quarter-sharpFGB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Septimal Minor Pentatonic

Quasi-equal Pentatonic

Temperament: 29-Tone Equal Temperament (29TET)
The 29 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–41–83–124–166–207–248–290–331–372–414–455–497–538–579–621–662–703–745–786–828–869–910–952–993–1034–1076–1117–1159–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 6–6–5–6–6

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–248–497–703–952–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–4–5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ F G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpFGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Quasi-equal Pentatonic

Immunity-5

Temperament: 29-Tone Equal Temperament (29TET)
The 29 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–41–83–124–166–207–248–290–331–372–414–455–497–538–579–621–662–703–745–786–828–869–910–952–993–1034–1076–1117–1159–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 5–6–6–6–6

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–207–455–703–952–1200
  intervals: 1–2–b4–5–a6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E+ G A+ c

G cleffCDE quarter-sharpGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Immunity-5

Quasi-equal Pentatonic

Temperament: 31-Tone Equal Temperament (31TET)
The 31 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–39–77–116–155–194–232–271–310–348–387–426–465–503–542–581–619–658–697–735–774–813–852–890–929–968–1006–1045–1084–1123–1161–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 6–6–7–6–6

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–232–465–735–968–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–b4–a5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Quarter-sharp 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ E+ G+ A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpE quarter-sharpG quarter-sharpA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala names: Quasi-equal Pentatonic, Mothra-5

Orwell-5

Temperament: 31-Tone Equal Temperament (31TET)
The 31 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–39–77–116–155–194–232–271–310–348–387–426–465–503–542–581–619–658–697–735–774–813–852–890–929–968–1006–1045–1084–1123–1161–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 7–7–7–7–3

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–271–542–813–1084–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–a4–m6–7–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-sharp 4th, Minor 6th, Major 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D+ F+ G♯ B c
  C D+ F+ A♭ B c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpF quarter-sharpG sharpBCbarlineCD quarter-sharpF quarter-sharpA flatBCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Orwell-5

Slendric-5

Temperament: 31-Tone Equal Temperament (31TET)
The 31 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–39–77–116–155–194–232–271–310–348–387–426–465–503–542–581–619–658–697–735–774–813–852–890–929–968–1006–1045–1084–1123–1161–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 6–6–6–7–6

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–232–465–697–968–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–b4–5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ E+ G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpE quarter-sharpGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Wonder-5

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Slendric-5

Wonder-5

Temperament: 31-Tone Equal Temperament (31TET)
The 31 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–39–77–116–155–194–232–271–310–348–387–426–465–503–542–581–619–658–697–735–774–813–852–890–929–968–1006–1045–1084–1123–1161–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 7–6–6–6–6

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–271–503–735–968–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–4–a5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Quarter-sharp 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ F G+ A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpFG quarter-sharpA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Slendric-5

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Wonder-5

Septimal Minor Pentatonic

Temperament: 32-Tone Equal Temperament (32TET)
The 32 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–38–75–113–150–188–225–263–300–338–375–413–450–488–525–563–600–638–675–713–750–788–825–863–900–938–975–1013–1050–1088–1125–1163–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 7–6–6–7–6

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–263–488–713–975–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–4–5–m7–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D+ F G A♯ c
  C D+ F G B♭ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpFGA sharpCbarlineCD quarter-sharpFGB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Septimal Minor Pentatonic

Godzilla-5

Temperament: 33-Tone Equal Temperament (33TET)
The 33 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–36–73–109–145–182–218–255–291–327–364–400–436–473–509–545–582–618–655–691–727–764–800–836–873–909–945–982–1018–1055–1091–1127–1164–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 5–7–7–7–7

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–182–436–691–945–1200
  intervals: 1–2–b4–5–a6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E+ G A+ c

G cleffCDE quarter-sharpGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Godzilla-5

Quasi-equal Pentatonic

Temperament: 34-Tone Equal Temperament (34TET)
The 34 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–35–71–106–141–176–212–247–282–318–353–388–424–459–494–529–565–600–635–671–706–741–776–812–847–882–918–953–988–1024–1059–1094–1129–1165–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 7–7–6–7–7

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–247–494–706–953–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–4–5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ F G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpFGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Immunity-5

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Quasi-equal Pentatonic

Immunity-5

Temperament: 34-Tone Equal Temperament (34TET)
The 34 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–35–71–106–141–176–212–247–282–318–353–388–424–459–494–529–565–600–635–671–706–741–776–812–847–882–918–953–988–1024–1059–1094–1129–1165–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 6–7–7–7–7

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–212–459–706–953–1200
  intervals: 1–2–b4–5–a6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E+ G A+ c

G cleffCDE quarter-sharpGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Quasi-equal Pentatonic

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Immunity-5

Quasi-equal Pentatonic

Temperament: 36-Tone Equal Temperament (36TET)
The 36 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–33–67–100–133–167–200–233–267–300–333–367–400–433–467–500–533–567–600–633–667–700–733–767–800–833–867–900–933–967–1000–1033–1067–1100–1133–1167–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 7–7–8–7–7

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–233–467–733–967–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–b4–a5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Quarter-sharp 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ E+ G+ A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpE quarter-sharpG quarter-sharpA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Quasi-equal Pentatonic

Slendric-5

Temperament: 36-Tone Equal Temperament (36TET)
The 36 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–33–67–100–133–167–200–233–267–300–333–367–400–433–467–500–533–567–600–633–667–700–733–767–800–833–867–900–933–967–1000–1033–1067–1100–1133–1167–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 7–7–7–8–7

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–233–467–700–967–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–b4–5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ E+ G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpE quarter-sharpGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Wonder-5

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Slendric-5

Wonder-5

Temperament: 36-Tone Equal Temperament (36TET)
The 36 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–33–67–100–133–167–200–233–267–300–333–367–400–433–467–500–533–567–600–633–667–700–733–767–800–833–867–900–933–967–1000–1033–1067–1100–1133–1167–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 8–7–7–7–7

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–267–500–733–967–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–4–a5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Quarter-sharp 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ F G+ A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpFG quarter-sharpA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 3 of: Slendric-5

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Wonder-5

Immunity-5

Temperament: 39-Tone Equal Temperament (39TET)
The 39 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–31–62–92–123–154–185–215–246–277–308–338–369–400–431–462–492–523–554–585–615–646–677–708–738–769–800–831–862–892–923–954–985–1015–1046–1077–1108–1138–1169–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 7–8–8–8–8

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–215–462–708–954–1200
  intervals: 1–2–b4–5–a6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E+ G A+ c

G cleffCDE quarter-sharpGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Immunity-5

Quasi-equal Pentatonic

Temperament: 39-Tone Equal Temperament (39TET)
The 39 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–31–62–92–123–154–185–215–246–277–308–338–369–400–431–462–492–523–554–585–615–646–677–708–738–769–800–831–862–892–923–954–985–1015–1046–1077–1108–1138–1169–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 8–8–7–8–8

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–246–492–708–954–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–4–5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ F G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpFGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Quasi-equal Pentatonic

Rodan-5

Temperament: 41-Tone Equal Temperament (41TET)
The 41 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–29–59–88–117–146–176–205–234–263–293–322–351–380–410–439–468–498–527–556–585–615–644–673–702–732–761–790–820–849–878–907–937–966–995–1024–1054–1083–1112–1141–1171–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 8–8–8–9–8

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–234–468–702–966–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–b4–5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ E+ G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpE quarter-sharpGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Quasi-equal Pentatonic

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Rodan-5

Quasi-equal Pentatonic

Temperament: 41-Tone Equal Temperament (41TET)
The 41 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–29–59–88–117–146–176–205–234–263–293–322–351–380–410–439–468–498–527–556–585–615–644–673–702–732–761–790–820–849–878–907–937–966–995–1024–1054–1083–1112–1141–1171–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 8–8–9–8–8

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–234–468–732–966–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–b4–a5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Quarter-sharp 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ E+ G+ A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpE quarter-sharpG quarter-sharpA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 5 of: Rodan-5 and Guiron-5

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Quasi-equal Pentatonic

Godzilla-5

Temperament: 43-Tone Equal Temperament (43TET)
The 43 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–28–56–84–112–140–167–195–223–251–279–307–335–363–391–419–447–474–502–530–558–586–614–642–670–698–726–753–781–809–837–865–893–921–949–977–1005–1033–1060–1088–1116–1144–1172–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 7–9–9–9–9

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–195–447–698–949–1200
  intervals: 1–2–b4–5–a6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E+ G A+ c

G cleffCDE quarter-sharpGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Godzilla-5

Rodan-5

Temperament: 46-Tone Equal Temperament (46TET)
The 46 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–26–52–78–104–130–157–183–209–235–261–287–313–339–365–391–417–443–470–496–522–548–574–600–626–652–678–704–730–757–783–809–835–861–887–913–939–965–991–1017–1043–1070–1096–1122–1148–1174–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 9–9–9–10–9

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–235–470–704–965–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–b4–5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ E+ G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpE quarter-sharpGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: Scala

Scala name: Rodan-5

Chromatic

Temperament: 5-Tone Equal Temperament (5TET)
The 5 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–240–480–720–960–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–1–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–240–480–720–960–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–4–5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ F G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpFGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 2 of: Chromatic
  Mode 3 of: Chromatic
  Mode 4 of: Chromatic
  Mode 5 of: Chromatic

The name I use for this scale comes from: The general scale name "chromatic" includes all scale steps in this temperament

Chromatic

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed open closed openFinger diagram closed closed open closed open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed

Temperament: 5-Tone Overtone Temperament (Over5)
The 5 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–316–583–814–1018–1200
Notes: Overtone series 5:6: … :10 = 5/5, 6/5, …, 10/5

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–1–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–316–583–814–1018–1200
  intervals: 1–m3–d5–m6–m7–8
  Root, Minor 3rd, Diminished 5th, Minor 6th, Minor 7th, Octave

Pitches starting from C:
  C D♯ F♯ G♯ A♯ c
  C E♭ G♭ A♭ B♭ c

G cleffCD sharpF sharpG sharpA sharpCbarlineCE flatG flatA flatB flatCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: The general scale name "chromatic" includes all scale steps in this temperament

Chromatic

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed   or  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Temperament: Harmonic Pentatonic A Temperament (Har5A)
The 5 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–204–386–702–884–1200
Notes: Most analogous to Celtic Pentatonic in 12TET 2-3-2-2-3.

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–1–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–204–386–702–884–1200
  intervals: 1–2–3–5–6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E G A c

G cleffCDEGACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Suddha Malhar

The name I use for this scale comes from: The general scale name "chromatic" includes all scale steps in this temperament

Chromatic

Fingerings on most contemporary six-hole pentatonic minor Native American flutes:

  Finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed open openFinger diagram closed closed closed open open openFinger diagram closed open closed open open openFinger diagram open open closed open open openFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closedFinger diagram closed closed closed closed closed open

Fingerings on Anasazi-7 tuned Native American flutes:

  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram second octave half-closed closed closed closed closed closed closed   or  Seven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed open closed closed closedSeven hole finger diagram closed closed open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram open open open open open open openSeven hole finger diagram closed closed closed closed closed closed open

Temperament: Harmonic Pentatonic B Temperament (Har5B)
The 5 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–204–386–702–884–1200
Notes: Most analogous to Celtic Pentatonic in 12TET 2-3-2-2-3.

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–1–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–204–386–702–884–1200
  intervals: 1–2–3–5–6–8
  Root, Major 2nd, Major 3rd, Perfect 5th, Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D E G A c

G cleffCDEGACEnd of staff

This scale is a mode (rotation) of these other scales:
  Mode 4 of: Suddha Malhar

The name I use for this scale comes from: The general scale name "chromatic" includes all scale steps in this temperament

Chromatic

Temperament: Harmonic Pentatonic C Temperament (Har5C)
The 5 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–267–498–702–969–1200
Notes: Most analogous to Minor Pentatonic in 12TET 3-2-2-3-2 using a Harmonic Seventh between Major sixth and Minor seventh.

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–1–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–267–498–702–969–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–4–5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ F G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpFGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: The general scale name "chromatic" includes all scale steps in this temperament

Chromatic

Temperament: Harmonic Pentatonic D Temperament (Har5D)
The 5 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–231–471–702–969–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–1–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–231–471–702–969–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–b4–5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Quarter-flat 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ E+ G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpE quarter-sharpGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: The general scale name "chromatic" includes all scale steps in this temperament

Chromatic

Temperament: Harmonic Pentatonic Inverse Temperament (Har5Inverse)
The 5 degrees of this temperament, in cents:
  0–231–498–702–933–1200

Scale steps in semitones: 1–1–1–1–1

Scale degrees:
  in cents: 0–231–498–702–933–1200
  intervals: 1–a2–4–5–a6–8
  Root, Quarter-sharp Major 2nd, Perfect 4th, Perfect 5th, Quarter-sharp Major 6th, Octave

Pitches starting from C: C D+ F G A+ c

G cleffCD quarter-sharpFGA quarter-sharpCEnd of staff

The name I use for this scale comes from: The general scale name "chromatic" includes all scale steps in this temperament

 
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