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  2. Sherlock Holmes The Voice
  3. MONTAGE
  4. Saturday, 09 September 2017
Hello,

I was changing the micro tuning of the NaturalHarpsichord's common part and I found that the name Vallotti in the Vallotti & Young temperament is missing a L (it's written Valloti). :p
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You mean it's missing a "t"?
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david wrote:

You mean it's missing a "t"?


Yes I made a typo too! :D
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Thank you for the link, I knew about that article, but I haven't read it yet.

It's a pity that you can tune each note with only a whole number, I'd like to try some of these temperaments: CLAVIERS BAROQUES
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This link: http://faq.yamaha.com/ch/en/article/musical-instruments/keyboards/synthesizers/motif_xf/6010/6149

suggests the name may be an intentional abbreviation perhaps due to some limit in characters for that slot in the list. At least for the Motif XF and perhaps carried-through (either the limitation itself - or just the abbreviated form).

Interesting also that Montage's documented 1-cent granularity is another source of "incompatibility" with the DX7-series in terms of matching micro tune intervals.

DX7 series = 1.1719 cent
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