The Vitruvian Pentatonic Scale

The Vitruvian Pentatonic Scale

Pythagoras is known as the Father of Music formalizing a system built on ratios and came up with the 7 notes of the octave. Over time we have filled in the gaps with the ‘black keys’. When played separately these five notes form the Pentatonic Scale which is found all over the world in largely indigenous … Continue reading

No Moon Noon at Grandmother Tree 2015-05-18

No Moon Noon at Grandmother Tree 2015-05-18

Some 3D photos from a recent No Moon Noon Picnic Lunch in/on the Grandmother Tree, a pohutukawa tree in njnd af that is estimated to be around 500 years old. We sent her love and blessings and hugged her. We played and laughed with her. We played music and drank tea and ate well. We … Continue reading

Arthur’s Pass 4D

Arthur’s Pass 4D

Put on your 4D glasses now. It’s been a while since I posted some 3D/4D photos. I recently went on a retreat for the Equinox Eclipse Portal to Arthur’s Pass (pueleaz mau ‘puels! yfnos). I didn’t have my 3D cameras but took some snaps on a phone. The quality isn’t great but flying was an … Continue reading

Introduction to the Chromatic Spiral

Introduction to the Chromatic Spiral

The 12 music notes (including sharps and flats) are displayed like a clock. As the notes rise in pitch they move around the clock. When they are back at 12 they are they same note only up an octave. (At this stage the soundwave is twice as fast.) This video plays with this idea.