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    Fractal Tune Smithy Lambdoma View 1.0 Review and Download

    The Lambdoma view in Fractal Tune Smithy let's you play on an arrangement of musical ratios attributed to Pythagoras in which notes all in the same row or column play pure musical harmonies. The particular design and colour of this keyboard is due to Barbara Hero. You can play it using the mouse or the p.c. keyboard. The p.c. keyboard has some limitations as a musical instrument - so only four rows at a time are accessible, and it is also normal to find that many chords of three or more notes can't be played from your p.c. keyboard.


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    Version 1.0 Changelog (Updated on October 5, 2005)

    First official release

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