“Revelation tuning” is the tuning system Michael Harrison used for his album Revelation: Music in Pure Intonation. He describes it at Music In Pure Intonation.
It’s not a chromatic scale, and he picked the specific frequencies to produce perfect fifths (in a 3:2 ratio) and perfect minor sevenths (in a 7:4 ratio.) If I’ve calculated this correctly, these are the corresponding microtonal adjustments (to a precision of one cent): F 0, F# -27, G +4, G# -123, A +8, Bb -29, B +12, C +2, C# -125, D +6, Eb -31, E +10.
The First Law of Brobotics: A robot must not breach its manufacturer’s duty of care, or through inaction, allow its manufacturer to become legally responsible for an injury.
The Second Law of Brobotics: A robot must not become known to have taken actions that will harm its manufacturer’s public image, except where preventing evidence of such actions would conflict with the First Law.
The Third Law of Brobotics: A robot must take opportunities to bolster its manufacturer’s stock value, except where taking such opportunities would conflict with the First or Second Law.
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