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Monday, March 23, 2009

LSDJ Microtuning

(Taken from a thread on 8bitcollective. Abrasive is one of the DPAD boys in Melbourne.)

James developed a script that takes an LSDJ ROM, and rewrites the tuning table (and optionally the note names) into a new copy of the ROM. Frequencies can be manually specified (all 108 notes), or generated in equal temperament, cent steps, cent series or ratio series.

The latest version of the script (works with LSDJ 3.9.9) can be found at

Some examples:
  • 24-tone equal temperament
  • 12-tone ET, manually
  • Wendy Carlos' alpha scale
  • Pythagorean 13-tone

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