The only thing stopping standardization is my ti= your si. si is g#. what is solfedge for g# in europe? im not really worried about straying from fixed do quite yet. I have been sorting the scales out in to groups by key that allows each the most possible natural notes. also, I think keys being groups would be awesome for memorization of many scales. I think i have figured out why the key of F# is the worst for singers. I dont know much about the roman numerals. Nashville numbering system is really cool, I just dont quite know it yet. I am not so sure I want this to be about making something that can be used as a system to transpose existing works. I want to hear an aspiring musician use the bebop minor scale as the focus of a melody. I need to finish what was started so long ago. music history planted a bug in my mind that is only screaming louder. Fixed do has influenced music. it should only be used for the first year of training someone in music, not all the way into college theory classes.
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