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63 is also a fascinating division to look at in the 23-limit, as its regular augmented fourth (+6 fifths) is less than 0.3c sharp of 23/16, therefore tempering out 729/726. Although it doesn't deal as well with primes 5, 17, and 19, it excels in the 2.3.7.11.13.23 group, and is a great candidate for a rank-1 or rank-2 gentle tuning. As a fifths-system, the diesis after 12 fifths can represent 32:33, 27:28, 88:91, and more, making chains of fifths 12 or longer very useful in covering harmonic and melodic ground while providing a lot of different colour in different keys. A 17-tone fifths chain looks on the surface a little similar to 17edo, but as -17 fifths gets us to 64/63, observing the comma becomes an essential part in progressions favouring prime 7.

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Seconds and Otonal Shifts by Cam Taylor

those early dreams by Cam Taylor

Early Dreams 2 by Cam Taylor

Improvisation in 12-tone fifths chain in 63EDO by Cam Taylor