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Re: Inconsistent interpretation of intervals in chord mode

From: Ralph Palmer
Subject: Re: Inconsistent interpretation of intervals in chord mode
Date: Fri, 5 Jun 2015 08:10:38 -0400

On Fri, Jun 5, 2015 at 4:51 AM, pls <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hey all,
> in chord mode the basic seventh step added to a tonic is the flattened
> seventh (e.g. c:1.7).  Diminished sevenths and major sevenths can be
> achieved by suffixing a '-' or '+' to the number (e.g. c:1.7- or c:1.7+).
> But this interpretation changes when the notes extend beyond the range of
> one octave.  c:1.14 is now interpreted as a major seventh, c:1.14+ and
> c:1.14- are now displayed as an augmented major seventh and a flattened
> seventh, respectively (see attachment). Currently it's not possible at all
> to display a diminished seventh one octave higher.  So this looks like a
> bug to me.

Thanks for the report, Patrick. This has been submitted as Issue 4433 :
All the best,

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