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D. EASTERN
        
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 06. NEW-CONCEPTS 
     
A. DEVELOPMENT
      B. PHYSICS
 07. PUBLICATIONS  
     
A. ARTICLES
          ECONOMICS
          PRODUCTIVITY
          MANPOWER
          MATERIALS
          RESOURCE
          R & D
          TRAINING
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      C. REPEC
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           BIOLOGY
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           FLOWERS
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           MONUMENTS 
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       G. TSUMANI
       H. UNIVERSE

       I. VIEWER'S VIEWS
 10. SOCIO-ECONOMIC
       A. ARTILECT        
       B. BUSH

      
C. CONCEPTS
       D DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
       
I. SUMMARY          
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEW   
 11. SOFTWARE (SW)
       A. APPLICATION
      
B. ARTILECT 
       C. BOOTING       
    
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       E. DESIGNS
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       G. JOB SW
       H. OP.SYSTEM
       I. ORGANISATION SW
      J. SW QUALITY
      K. SW UTILITY
      L. UTILITY SW
      M
. VIEWER'S VIEW      
 12.  STARS & SKY     
      
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       B. CONSTELLATIONS
           INDIAN
           WESTERN
       C. ENMALISP
       D. GREEK ALFA
       E. MID NORTH
       F. NORTH NORTH
       G. STARS
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            WESTERN 
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 02. INNOVATION
     
A. BIO-CHEMISTRY
      B. ENMALISP
      C. EXAMPLES
      D. MAIN CONCEPTS
      E. MATHEMATICS
      F.  CATALYST
     
G. MUSIC
      H. COLOUR DISC
       I. ORGANIC
      J.  INORGANIC
      K. PHYSICS

      L. STUDIOUS
      M. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 03. MANAGEMENT 
      
A. ARTILECT  
       B
. BE HAPPY
       C.
CONCEPTS
       D. DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
 
      I. SUMMARY    
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEWS  
          MANAGEMENT
          PRODUCTIVITY

 04. MOTIVATION
     
A. ARITHMETIC
      B. BESTPEDAL
      C. EPOCH MAKERS
      D. HANDICAPPED
      E. LEADS FOR

          SELF 
          SOCIAL
      F. SELF
MOTIVATION
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCTIVE
      G. SOCIAL MOTIVATN
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCIVE
  
  H. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 05.   MUSIC 
        
A. ARABIAN
         B. COLOUR CDs
         C. DIATONIC

        
D. EASTERN
        
E. INNOVATION
        
F. RAGAMS
         G. TEMPERED
        
H. VIEWER'S VIEWS
         I.  WESTERN
    -------------------------- 
 
05A. HEXOCTAL
        
A. ADMIRATION
         B. ARABIC
         C. CODE SET
         D. DIATONIC
         E. ENGLISH
         F. GERMAN
         G. HINDI
         H. KARNATAK
         I . KARNATAK KB
        J. MELODY
        K. PRIMARY RAGAM
        L. PUSHTU
        M. SCOTTISH          
        N.  TEMPERED
        O. URUDU    
    
   P. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 06. NEW-CONCEPTS 
     
A. DEVELOPMENT
      B. PHYSICS
 07. PUBLICATIONS    
     
A. ARTICLES
          ECONOMICS
          PRODUCTIVITY
          MANPOWER
          MATERIALS
          RESOURCE
          R & D
          TRAINING
      B. BOOKS
      C. REPEC
      D. SSRN  
 08. QUOTATIONS
       A. WORDS
       B. PICTURES  
           ANIMALS
           BIOLOGY
           BIRDS
           BOTANICAL
           BUILDINGS
           FLOWERS
           FRUITS
           HISTORICAL
           INSTITUTIONS
           LANDSCAPES
           MONUMENTS 
           NATURE
           PLANTS
           TRANSPORT
           TREES
            SPORTS
            STARS 
      
C. VIEWER'S VIEWS 
 09. SMART-THOUGHTS 
      
A. ALEXANDER
       B. ACHIEVEMENT
       C. ECONOMICS
       D. LION
       E. PHILOSOPHY
       F. SCIENCE
       G. TSUMANI
       H. UNIVERSE

       I. VIEWER'S VIEWS
 10. SOCIO-ECONOMIC
       A. ARTILECT        
       B. BUSH

      
C. CONCEPTS
       D DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
       
I. SUMMARY          
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEW   
 11. SOFTWARE (SW)
       A. APPLICATION
      
B. ARTILECT 
       C. BOOTING       
    
  D. CORPORATE
       E. DESIGNS
       F. HARDARE
       G. JOB SW
       H. OP.SYSTEM
       I. ORGANISATION SW
      J. SW QUALITY
      K. SW UTILITY
      L. UTILITY SW
      M
. VIEWER'S VIEW      
 12.  STARS & SKY     
      
A. ASTRONOMY
       B. CONSTELLATIONS
           INDIAN
           WESTERN
       C. ENMALISP
       D. GREEK ALFA
       E. MID NORTH
       F. NORTH NORTH
       G. STARS
            INDIAN
            WESTERN 
       H. SUN
       I. VIEWER'S VIEW
      J. ZODIAC
 13. VIEWR'S VIEWS
       ABOUT DRVSRS     
       DEVELOPMENT   
       COUNTRY
       FACULTY
       FEED BACK
       INNOVATION
       MANAGEMENT
       MOTIVATION
       MUSIC
       NAMES
       PRODUCTIVITY
       PROFESSION
       QUOTATIONS
       SOFTWARE
       STARS
       TOPICS 
       VIEWER'S VIEWS
       WEB CLASSES
 14. KEY-WORDS
        FAQ   A TO Z
       ANIMATIONS
       FLAGS
       HAPPY
       JOKES
       MELODIES
       QUOTATIONS
 15. DR.VSRS
        ABOUT 
        ACADEMIC
        ACHIEVEMENT
        ASSIGNMENTS
        ASSISTANCE
        BOOKS
        CDB, BARBADOS
        CFTC, LONDON
        CONTACT          
        FAMILY TREE
        HOME  
        INNOVATIONS
        ISO 90001:2000
        NOBEL 
        PRIME PAPERS
        QUALITY AUDITOR
        SITE MAP
        SOCIAL WORK
        VIEWER'S VIEWS
        WORLD TRAVEL       
 16.  CLOSE  

SPECIALITY

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 01.FACULTYSHIPS
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      COLLEGE
      CORPORATE
      GOVERNMENT
      INSTITUTIONS
      PRECAUTIONS
      SCHOOLS
      SOCIETIES
      UNIVERSITIES    
      VIEWER'S VIEWS
      WISDOM  
 02. INNOVATION
     
A. BIO-CHEMISTRY
      B. ENMALISP
      C. EXAMPLES
      D. MAIN CONCEPTS
      E. MATHEMATICS
      F.  CATALYST
     
G. MUSIC
      H. COLOUR DISC
       I. ORGANIC
      J.  INORGANIC
      K. PHYSICS

      L. STUDIOUS
      M. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 03. MANAGEMENT 
      
A. ARTILECT  
       B
. BE HAPPY
       C.
CONCEPTS
       D. DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
 
      I. SUMMARY    
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEWS  
          MANAGEMENT
          PRODUCTIVITY

 04. MOTIVATION
     
A. ARITHMETIC
      B. BESTPEDAL
      C. EPOCH MAKERS
      D. HANDICAPPED
      E. LEADS FOR

          SELF 
          SOCIAL
      F. SELF
MOTIVATION
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCTIVE
      G. SOCIAL MOTIVATN
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCIVE
  
  H. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 05.   MUSIC 
        
A. ARABIAN
         B. COLOUR CDs
         C. DIATONIC

        
D. EASTERN
        
E. INNOVATION
        
F. RAGAMS
         G. TEMPERED
        
H. VIEWER'S VIEWS
         I.  WESTERN
    -------------------------- 
 
05A. HEXOCTAL
        
A. ADMIRATION
         B. ARABIC
         C. CODE SET
         D. DIATONIC
         E. ENGLISH
         F. GERMAN
         G. HINDI
         H. KARNATAK
         I . KARNATAK KB
        J. MELODY
        K. PRIMARY RAGAM
        L. PUSHTU
        M. SCOTTISH          
        N.  TEMPERED
        O. URUDU    
    
   P. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 06. NEW-CONCEPTS 
     
A. DEVELOPMENT
      B. PHYSICS
 07. PUBLICATIONS    
     
A. ARTICLES
          ECONOMICS
          PRODUCTIVITY
          MANPOWER
          MATERIALS
          RESOURCE
          R & D
          TRAINING
      B. BOOKS
      C. REPEC
      D. SSRN  
 08. QUOTATIONS
       A. WORDS
       B. PICTURES  
           ANIMALS
           BIOLOGY
           BIRDS
           BOTANICAL
           BUILDINGS
           FLOWERS
           FRUITS
           HISTORICAL
           INSTITUTIONS
           LANDSCAPES
           MONUMENTS 
           NATURE
           PLANTS
           TRANSPORT
           TREES
            SPORTS
            STARS 
      
C. VIEWER'S VIEWS 
 09. SMART-THOUGHTS 
      
A. ALEXANDER
       B. ACHIEVEMENT
       C. ECONOMICS
       D. LION
       E. PHILOSOPHY
       F. SCIENCE
       G. TSUMANI
       H. UNIVERSE

       I. VIEWER'S VIEWS
 10. SOCIO-ECONOMIC
       A. ARTILECT        
       B. BUSH

      
C. CONCEPTS
       D DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
       
I. SUMMARY          
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEW   
 11. SOFTWARE (SW)
       A. APPLICATION
      
B. ARTILECT 
       C. BOOTING       
    
  D. CORPORATE
       E. DESIGNS
       F. HARDARE
       G. JOB SW
       H. OP.SYSTEM
       I. ORGANISATION SW
      J. SW QUALITY
      K. SW UTILITY
      L. UTILITY SW
      M
. VIEWER'S VIEW      
 12.  STARS & SKY     
      
A. ASTRONOMY
       B. CONSTELLATIONS
           INDIAN
           WESTERN
       C. ENMALISP
       D. GREEK ALFA
       E. MID NORTH
       F. NORTH NORTH
       G. STARS
            INDIAN
            WESTERN 
       H. SUN
       I. VIEWER'S VIEW
      J. ZODIAC
 13. VIEWR'S VIEWS
       ABOUT DRVSRS     
       DEVELOPMENT   
       COUNTRY
       FACULTY
       FEED BACK
       INNOVATION
       MANAGEMENT
       MOTIVATION
       MUSIC
       NAMES
       PRODUCTIVITY
       PROFESSION
       QUOTATIONS
       SOFTWARE
       STARS
       TOPICS 
       VIEWER'S VIEWS
       WEB CLASSES
 14. KEY-WORDS
        FAQ   A TO Z
       ANIMATIONS
       FLAGS
       HAPPY
       JOKES
       MELODIES
       QUOTATIONS
 15. DR.VSRS
        ABOUT 
        ACADEMIC
        ACHIEVEMENT
        ASSIGNMENTS
        ASSISTANCE
        BOOKS
        CDB, BARBADOS
        CFTC, LONDON
        CONTACT          
        FAMILY TREE
        HOME  
        INNOVATIONS
        ISO 90001:2000
        NOBEL 
        PRIME PAPERS
        QUALITY AUDITOR
        SITE MAP
        SOCIAL WORK
        VIEWER'S VIEWS
        WORLD TRAVEL       
 16.  CLOSE  

SPECIALITY

Contact :  Dr.VSRS  

GO TO HOME PAGE

 ANIMATION OF HAPPINESS - CLICK
 JOKES MENU - CLICK    LAUGH
 MATTER  SMART - CLICK
 MELODY MENU - CLICK
 PICTURE MENU - CLICK
 QUOTATIONS - CLICK
RECIPES

FEATURES

Contact :  Dr.VSRS  

GO TO HOME PAGE

 A.  ASSISTANCE
 B BOOKS
 F.   
 H.  HELP (FAQ)
  L.    LATEST SITE
  S.  SITE MAP

 ENTERTAINERS

Contact : Dr.VSRS  

GO TO HOME PAGE

WORLD WIDE WEB IN MOTION

WINK ON SITE

LOVE AT SITE

SING WITH SITE

DANCE OVER SITE

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ON THE WEB FROM AUGUST 01, 2001

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 01.FACULTYSHIPS
      ASSOCIATION
      COLLEGE
      CORPORATE
      GOVERNMENT
      INSTITUTIONS
      PRECAUTIONS
      SCHOOLS
      SOCIETIES
      UNIVERSITIES    
      VIEWER'S VIEWS
      WISDOM  
 02. INNOVATION
     
A. BIO-CHEMISTRY
      B. ENMALISP
      C. EXAMPLES
      D. MAIN CONCEPTS
      E. MATHEMATICS
      F.  CATALYST
     
G. MUSIC
      H. COLOUR DISC
       I. ORGANIC
      J.  INORGANIC
      K. PHYSICS

      L. STUDIOUS
      M. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 03. MANAGEMENT 
      
A. ARTILECT  
       B
. BE HAPPY
       C.
CONCEPTS
       D. DETAILS
       E. INDIRA GANDHI
       F. NOBEL
       G. POLI-FINANCE
       H. SLIDE SHOW
 
      I. SUMMARY    
      J. SUPPORTS
      K. VIEWER'S VIEWS  
          MANAGEMENT
          PRODUCTIVITY

 04. MOTIVATION
     
A. ARITHMETIC
      B. BESTPEDAL
      C. EPOCH MAKERS
      D. HANDICAPPED
      E. LEADS FOR

          SELF 
          SOCIAL
      F. SELF
MOTIVATION
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCTIVE
      G. SOCIAL MOTIVATN
          EXAMPLES
          DESTRUCIVE
  
  H. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 05.   MUSIC 
        
A. ARABIAN
         B. COLOUR CDs
         C. DIATONIC

        
D. EASTERN
        
E. INNOVATION
        
F. RAGAMS
         G. TEMPERED
        
H. VIEWER'S VIEWS
         I.  WESTERN
    -------------------------- 
 
05A. HEXOCTAL
        
A. ADMIRATION
         B. ARABIC
         C. CODE SET
         D. DIATONIC
         E. ENGLISH
         F. GERMAN
         G. HINDI
         H. KARNATAK
         I . KARNATAK KB
        J. MELODY
        K. PRIMARY RAGAM
        L. PUSHTU
        M. SCOTTISH          
        N.  TEMPERED
        O. URUDU    
    
   P. VIEWER'S VIEWS

 06. NEW-CONCEPTS 
     
A. DEVELOPMENT
      B. PHYSICS
 07. PUBLICATIONS    
     
A. ARTICLES
          ECONOMICS
          PRODUCTIVITY
          MANPOWER
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Is it correct to give same note sound to two different keys ? I can't say my D and D# are on the same key. So how Karnatak music can be full with mixed  sound notes on same key ? - Cathy Gorden Phillip
I am wrong in line with the public practice and available configuration of the Key Boards.I have designed an ideal Key Board to correctly play the notes  in Karnatak Music. I am adding this to my "Hexoctal" Page with due acknowledgement to you -  DR.VSRS
I am also seeing many information about music therapy, music healing etc..in TV, News papers, Internet etc... Are they true or just an illusion ?   Nusrath Ali Bangash
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                02.  Arithmetic & Admiration of Musical Components.
                       Step-A.   What & How.
                       Step-B.   Musical Notes.
                       Step-C.  Natural or Diatonic Scale.
                       Step-D.  Equally Tempered Scale.
                       Step-E.  Primary Ragam Set.
                                     Key Board for Ideal Karnatak Music
                       Step-F.  Hexoctal Code Set.
                                     Set #1.    Set #2.    Set #3.    Set #4
                      Step-G. Melody Modification.
                      Step-H. Some Popular Secondary Ragams.
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                              01. INTRODUCTION.

As the Earth rotates, century progresses forward and merges with uni-directional incremental millennium. In this changes in the universe,  the capability and the knowledge of the human generation advances and expands. Early men and women in remote forests and villages, unloaded the monotony and enjoyed their routine house hold and farm work with Music synchronised to simple dance oriented beats.
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  • Actions considered impossible, becomes possible.

  • Capabilities / Traits of individuals thought as un-duplicable, are extrapolated for mass practice and utility.

  • Occurrences believed as an exclusive act of Nature, comes within the purview of the human possibilities.

In this ever expanding generation of know-how updating / upgrading cycle, Music has enlarged its dimension from an exclusive purview towards a mass utility dimension.

  • Actions of a Thespian (Role player) in the fore-ground are synchronised and merged with a Play-back performer in the background, to appear as if the fore-ground is the real actor as well as the performer.

  • Vocal and Instruments of a vicious range of melody characteristics, varying pitches and different paces, are merged and programmed to originate from a single Computer memory. 

  • Music produced and performed in a remote location is transmitted on-line for the instantaneous, live and perfect listening pleasure of audience at unimaginably far-off locations and distances.

  • The music is mechanised and mass produced by assembling the notes by anybody as per the individual tastes and wishes, and played by a computer in any pattern / output organ mix, as well as corrected and smoothened by the person, with the supporting suggestions of the machine, which gains the humanly impossible expertise after each manual correction.

In line with these thoughts, developments and achievements, I have developed a HEXOCTAL , code to perfectly identify, store and retrieve each note in the musical scale. (24 Digit Binary - Name coined by combining the 16 Bit Hexa Decimal, and the 8 Bit Octal (16+8) digital representation)

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02. ARITHMETIC AND ADMIRATION OF MUSICAL COMPONENTS.

  • Mathematics is a broad - based methodology to format any requirement, through the logic of quantity, shapes and arrangement.
    Arithmetic is a sub-component or the application tool of mathematics, to derive the required solutions, through numerical calculations.
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    The Mathematics, which uses the concepts of Arithmetic, was considered as a Science, for centuries, has now become an Art, after the 2nd World War (1939 to 1945). The war-time attack strategies are converted into peace-time Operations Research. This concept opens the channel to convert each component in any area  or aspect  into a :-

  1. Relatively quantified  Target function to get the End-results.

  2. Equations of Constraints  to indicate the span of peripheral operations within which the target has to be aimed at.

  3. Equalities or In-equalities of all the Limitations,  which have to be taken care on the way to  reach the set Target.

  4. By these, the selected area or aspect is simulated into a Mathematical model.

  5. By applying the Algebra, Calculus, Geometric or any other Arithmetic methodology, the model is solved, to Optimise the End result, within the constraint, subject to the limitations.

  6. The mathematical results are then interpreted and translated back into  methodology to optimally reach the End results of the original area or aspects.  
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    It is a general belief and conception that there are 4 separate entities in the musical world.
    1. Production Group. 2. Player / Performers Forum. 3. Audience or Listeners. 4. Knowledgeable Admirers.
    I have merged all these 4 Groups into 1, by using the power of Arithmetical  integration. Through this, every individual or a group can Produce, Play, Listen and Understand / Admire their own efforts.

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STEP-A. WHAT & HOW

The following schematic summarises What is it  and How is it useful to any individual or group in the field of music, to know the Arithmetical aspect of Music.

WHATHOW

Once the need and the usefulness of the Arithmetic of music is understood, then it is necessary to know the NOTES or the individual elements of disciplined sound, which could be assembled to format a music.

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STEP-B. MUSICAL NOTES

In order to introduce the musical notes, to assemble and produce a music, a Piano Key Board is used. In a Key Board, the exact scale of the notes are fixed, and it is not possible to produce the notes in-between the keys. In Acoustic, Vocal and String instruments, it is possible to produce intricate notes in between, and reach a higher level of smoothened music. The following schematic diagram introduces the acceptable notes used in any music production in the world :-

NOTES

Alphabets are assigned to the musical notes. The primary musical notes are  C, D, E, F, G, A and B in European and Western style, and Sa, Ri, Ga, Ma, Pa, Dha and Ni in Indian Music.  These primary notes are set into the White Keys.

There are 5 in-between notes, set into the Black Keys. Each Black key is a Sharp ( # ) of the previous white key as well as the Flat ( ) of the next white key. These are C# ( D ), D# ( E ), F# ( G ), G# ( A )A# ( B ).

In Indian music, instead of Sharps, there are 3 Ri notes (Ri-1, Ri-2, Ri-3) , 3 Ga notes (Ga-1, Ga-2, Ga-3),   2 Ma notes  (Ma-1,Ma-2), 3 Dha Notes (Dha-1, Dha-2, ha-3) and 3 Ni notes (Ni-1, Ni-2, Ni-3) . The above diagram shows how these notes are set into the Key Board.

Thus there is a total of  12 Keys.  This appears in the Key Board as a First set of 5 Keys ( 3 White and 2 Black Keys : Key set -1 ), and Second set of 7 Keys ( 4 White and 3 black Keys : Key set - 2 ).

The same is repeated  many times. Each set of repetition of 12 Key on the right side is called the OCTAVE of the immediate left set of 12 Keys. Example : Co (Saa) is the Octave of C (Sa) and so on.... 

The notes C ( Sa ), and G ( Pa ) do not have any Sharps. These 2 Notes plus the Octave C (Co or Saa) together provides a Fundamental ( Sruthi in Indian songs ) or a Tuning Base Resonance for the Singer or an Instrument.  All the Voices, Performing / Percussion (Beating) Instruments are first tuned to these 3 Notes combination, before starting any performance.

There is an interesting Arithmetical relationship between these Notes.

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STEP-C.  NATURAL or DIATONIC SCALE

Each musical note has a fixed Arithmetical relationship to the previous note, as well as the starting or Base note. Because of this relationship, there is a Harmony and Melody in the Music. Till 1938, the music world was performing with only 7 notes as an accepted standard. These are the white key notes, and designated in the music world as a Natural or Diatonic Scale. The following schematic shows the Arithmetic relationships in this scale. Intensity of Sound is measured in terms of Frequency of vibration.

 DIATONIC

REFERENCE : Clark's Tables, Science Data Book,Original Edition, Orient Longman Ltd, India. 1999. Page 73.

The sample frequency of each note and the Octave are shown.The ratio between the Base note in the first 12 set of keys, and the next set of 12 keys to its right  ( or their Octaves )  is Double or 2.000.  The ratios between the adjacent keys and with reference to the Base in the Natural or Diatonic Scale is shown in the above diagram. The ratio between Base C to E is 1, to G is 1 and   Octave C is 2.000. Between the Keys, the ratios are as above, and it repeats over the next right side Octave set.

The Base C can start with any frequency, but the frequency of the subsequent keys should be in the standard ratios,Natural or Diatonic Scale (All white keys).

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STEP-D.  EQUALLY TEMPERED SCALE

Since the Natural or Diatonic Scale has notes pre-fixed with longer intervals and an ideal music production needs the use of certain in-between notes. The London International Conference during 1939, agreed to accept an Equally Tempered Scale. This had the following features.

  1. Between the Base  C and the Octave C, a set of 11 notes are introduced. ( In place of 6 Notes in the Diatonic Scale ). They are C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A, A#, B ( # denotes Sharp ).

  2. The frequency of the Octave C remains as Double the Base C. Similarly for D to B. Thus the Octave interval is the same as Diatonic Scale.

  3. The interval between any two notes is  fixed as 12th Root of 2  or 1. 0595.  Hence, it is named as Equally Tempered.  

  4. The Newly introduced 5 Notes ( C#, D#, F#, G#, F# ) correspond to the Black keys in any musical organ.

  5. Each Black key is a Sharp ( # ) of the previous White key Note, or a Flat ( ) of the next White Key Note.

This is shown in the following schematic.

   TEMPERED

REFERENCE : Clark's Tables, Science Data Book, Original Edition, Orient Longman Ltd, India. 1999. Page 74.

The total Key Board with White and Black keys together represents the Equally Tempered Musical Scale. The sample frequency of each note and Octave are shown.

A melody is created by playing the notes forward and backward in a synchronised and orderly sequences. If all the 12 Notes in the scale are played at a time, it cannot produce a melody. By experience, it is found that 4 to 7 notes played at a time produces melodies.  The  number of  notes played in either direction could be a combination of this 4 to 7.  Hence it varies from a maximum of 7 forward + 7 backwards to a minimum of 4 forward + 4 backwards, with innumerable combinations.

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STEP-E.  PRIMARY RAGAM SET

In Indian Karnatak music, each forward + backward combination of notes is called a Ragam. Each Ragam has a Name and Serial Number. The Primary Ragams by all possible combination of 7 forward + 7 backward key notes are 72. Then with lesser keys forward + backwards, in multi various combination, leads to innumerable Ragams.

The following schematic Arithmetically shows how the number 72 is arrived for main ragams.

  MAINRAGA

REFERENCE : Ganamrutha Varna Malika (Expanded - September 1991), By : Sangeetha Kalanithi A.S.Panjabhakesa Iyer, Principal, Bharathiya Music College, Bombay 400 022. India. Pages 1-2, 13 to 16.

Four notes have multiple sound roles.

  • Note D is used for  Ri-2   and Ga-1.  Note D# is used for  Ri-3   and  Ga-2 
    Note A is used for  Dha-2 and Ni-1.  Note A# is used for  Dha-3 and  Ni-2 

These are duplicated and shown above to arithmetically format the possible combinations.

In all Ragams the base note C (Sa), Middle Note G (Pa) and the Octave C (Co / Saa) are common and always present. Along with these,

  • Notes C#, D, D# and E (Ri    1 to 3 and Ga 1 to 3) offer 6 possible combinations.
    Notes G#, A, A# and B (Dha 1 to 3 and Ni  1 to 3) offer 6 possible combinations.

This provides 6 X 6 = 36 possible combinations. These when interpolated with the F and F# (Ma-1 and Ma-2) the combinations lead to 36 X 2 or 72 Main Ragams.

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  KEY BOARD FOR IDEAL KARNATAK MUSIC 

If one has to play the Karnatak music notes and songs correctly, then this Key board design as above is inadequate.  We will need 15 keys between the Base C and the Octave C.  I have made a design as per the Rule of the Equally Tempered Scale, and it will look like this.

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The ratio between the keys is computed as 16th Root of 2 or 1.04428. Ma-1 and Ma-2 are kept in the center as a separator, because in Karnatak music, the first 36 Primary Ragams are Ma-1 based and the second 36 are Ma-2 based.    The position of Western note C, C#, D, D# etc.... are also shown. Base C, D#, A and Octave C fall on the keys. All other notes do not find a place on the keys, as their frequencies are in between the key notes. But the above key board will not be available in the market. The keys are placed up and down to compress the space within the reach of one's palm. The same set could be duplicated with note values multiplied by 2, to get the subsequent Octave set. (To get the detailed frequency for each note ?Click Here)

NOTE :

  • Even Arabic songs cannot be played correctly on a Key Board available in the market. Because they also have many intermediate notes like Karnatak music.

  • String instruments like Violin can produce all these notes in any music, by pressing the string at any point one likes.

  • Air instruments like Flute can also produce all these notes in any music,   by opening half / quarter hole + blowing hard or slow. (Human Voice is also an air instrument).

  • Key board cannot produce anything other than the notes set on each Key.

Acknowledgement : Cathy Gordon Phillip, Durham drive, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA.

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STEP-F.  HEXOCTAL CODE SET

REFERENCE : "Ragha Pravaham" (December 1994). By : Dr.M.Dhandapani & Kalai Mamani Smt.D.Pattammal, The Karnatic Music Book Centre, 14 Sripuram 1st street, Royapettah, Chennai 600 014. India.

By using computer power, the Hexaoctal codes for all the 72 ragams are generated and arranged in progressive order of the use of White Keys towards Black Keys from 1 to 5 in possible combination mix        Black Keys are counted from left to right from 1 to 5.

The following Set 1 schematic shows 01 to 21 (Running Serial Number) of the 72 primary Ragams,  from All White keys only to a combination of 1 Black key and 2 Black Keys from 1 & 2 to 1 & 5. Explanations are at the bottom of the schematic. Binary digits of the Hexoctal codes represent :-

  0 = Do not play the Note. 1 = Play the Note. Designated Ragam Numbers are in Column RG NO

MRAGAS1

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The following Set 2  schematic shows 22 to 36 (Running Serial Number) of the 72 primary Ragams,  from  White + Black key combination of  2 Black Keys from 2 & 3 to 4 & 5, completing the 2 Black keys combination. Explanations are at the bottom of the schematic. Binary digits of the Hexoctal codes represent :-

  0 = Do not play the Note. 1 = Play the Note. Designated Ragam Numbers are in Column RG NO

Mragas2

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The following Set 3 schematic shows 37 to 55 (Running Serial Number) of the 72 primary Ragams,  from  White + Black key combination of  3 Black Keys from 1-2-3 to 2-3-4 . Explanations are at the bottom of the schematic. Binary digits of the Hexoctal codes represent :-

  0 = Do not play the Note. 1 = Play the Note. Designated Ragam Numbers are in Column RG NO

Mragas3

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The following Set  4 schematic shows 56 to 72 (Running Serial Number) of the 72 primary Ragams,  from  White + Black key combination of  3 Black Keys from  2-3-5  to 2-4-5, and  4 Black keys from 1-2-3-4 to 2-3-4-5  as well as All Black keys 1-2-3-4-5.   Explanations are at the bottom of the schematic. Binary digits of the Hexoctal codes represent :-

  0 = Do not play the Note. 1 = Play the Note. Designated Ragam Numbers are in Column RG NO

Mragas4

If one could understand the logic and methodology of   these 72 PrimaryRagam formations, then it could be manipulated to produce  innumerable combination melodies by vocal or instrumental outputs.

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STEP-G.  MELODY MODIFICATION

REFERENCE : "Ragha Pravaham" (December 1994). By : Dr.M.Dhandapani & Kalai Mamani Smt.D.Pattammal, The Karnatic Music Book Centre, 14 Sripuram 1st street, Royapettah, Chennai 600 014. India.

In every Art or Science,   there are 2 faculty classifications as "Pure" and "Applied". The pure faculty  sets the rules which are in the form of Do's and Dont's. The applied faculty provides guidelines to modify these rules to selected situations, apply and make it useful.

In the faculty of music, the pure category represented by a  set of 72 Primary Ragams, belong to an exclusive and  classical variety. It is practiced and enjoyed by a selected group of people, with disciplined expectations, and not  for popular enjoyment of the  masses, having randomassorted and varying tastes.

If the dimension of Mass appeal, and a Broad-based enjoyment has to be introduced, then one has to violate   the fixed rules within certain orderly frames of reference, and enter into the applied faculty.  (See the Innovation   Page in this Web Site)

Since music is a mathematical variation of the Notes, the standard notes as per Sets above could be modified to produce new and innumerable varieties of Sub Ragams, which can provide a popular mass appeal dimension. It is done as below :-

  • Create an innovative Sub Ragam, which has the basic tonal properties of the Primary Ragam, and at the same time, offers a different listening pleasure and appeal for the mass / random audience.

  • Drop 1 or 2 notes in the forward and / or backward direction. This will provide a choice to Permute and Combine 7, 6 , 5 notes in different ways to get 34,766 Sub Ragams. If 3 notes are dropped in the forward and / or backward direction, to use 7, 6 , 5, 4 notes combinations, the number of total possible Sub-Ragams will reach 126,936. (See  Musical   Page in this Web Site for details).

  • Mix  the note sequence of one Ragam in the forward direction and the note sequence of another Ragam in the backward direction.

  • Introduce a backward play in the forward direction and / or  a forward  play in the backward direction.

  • Plus add any other individual permutations and combinations, one can think of.

The following table shows the total possible 4,104 variations identified and named  from the 72 Primary Ragams.

  • ( 3 )   - Set Number   26 - Number of Identified / Named Variations in the Ragam.

  •   226 - Over 100 Variations highlight.

F (Ma1) BASED MELODIES

F# (Ma2) BASED MELODIES

01. Kanakangi(1) - 42. 19. Jangara Dhwani(2) - 28 37. Saalakam(3) - 45 55. Chyamalangi(3) - 30   
02. Rathnagi(3) - 34 20. Nata Bhairavi(4) - 226    38. Jalarnavam(4) - 25 56. Shanmugha Priya(4) - 52 
03. Gana Moorthi(1) - 31 21. Gheer Vani(2) - 44    39. Jaala Varali(3) - 45 57. Simendra Madhyamam(3) -        41
04. Vanaspathi(1) - 26 22. Hara Hara Priya(2) - 271 40. Navaneetham(3) - 27 58. Hemavathi(4) - 44
05. Maanavathi(1) - 22 23. Gauri Manohari(1) - 52 41. Bhavani(1) - 42   59. Dharmavathi(2) - 50
06. Dhanaroopi(1) - 22 24. Varuna Priya(2) - 37 42. Raghu Priya(3)  - 26 60. Neethi Mathi(4) - 26
07. Senavathi(3) - 34 25. Maara Ranjani(1) - 37 43. Gavambhothi(4) - 35 61. Kantha Mani(2) - 31
08. HanumathThodi(4) - 104 26. Charu Kesi(2) - 39 44. Bhava Priya(4)  - 37 62. Rishaba Priya(4) - 43
09. Dhenuka(3) - 44 27. Sarasangi(1) - 79 45. Subha Bandhu Varali(4)  -         66 63. Lathangi(2) - 70
10. Nataka Priya(3) - 58 28. Hari Ghambhothi(1) - 289 46. Shad Vidha Margini(4) - 40 64. Vaachaspathi(2) - 67
11. Kokila Priya(1) - 30 29. Dheera Sankarabarnam(1) -        274 47. Swarangi(3) - 37 65. Mecha Kalyani(1) - 122
12. Roopavathi(3) - 20 30. Naga Nandhini(1) - 31 48. Dhivya Mani(4) - 35 66. Chithrambari(2) - 30
13. Gayaka priya(1) - 43 31. Yagha Priya(2) - 31  49. Dhavalambari(3) - 29 67. Sucharithra(3) - 26
14. Vaghulabarnam(3) - 48 32. Ragha Vardhini(4) - 34 50. Naama Narayini(4) - 33 68. Jyothi Swarupini(4) - 24
15. Maya Malava Ghoulai(1) -        222 33. Kangeya Bhushani(2) - 27 51. Kaama Vardhini(3) - 99 69. Dhadhu Vardhini(3) - 28
16. Chakravagham(1) - 92 34. Vaaghadheeswari(2) - 34 52. Raama Priya(3) - 59 70. Nasika Bhushani(4) - 19
17. Surya Ghandham(1) - 77 35. Chulini(1) - 35 53. Gamana Smara(1) - 66 71. Ghosalam(2) - 16 
18. Hadakambari(1)  - 26 36. Chala Nattai(2) - 36 54. Viswambhari(3) - 35 72. Rasika Priya(4) - 25

TOTAL = 4,104 SUB RAGAMS IDENTIFIED AND NAMED

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STEP-H.  SOME POPULAR SECONDARY RAGAMS     

REFERENCE : "Ragha Pravaham" (December 1994). By : Dr.M.Dhandapani & Kalai Mamani Smt.D.Pattammal, The Karnatic Music Book Centre, 14 Sripuram 1st street, Royapettah, Chennai 600 014. India.

Over a past few centuries, the Karnatak Music was continuously patronised by the Rulers of India, and enormous research and development has been put in to create popular melodies.

The following Schematic shows the first set (Set - A) starting from all 7 White key Notes to 
5
White keys + 2 Black combination Primary Ragams based,  modified popular melodies.

The Primary Ragam is shown in dotted columns. The modified Secondary Ragams are shown below each primary ragam. The modified notes are shown in blue.

  0 = Do not play the Note. 1 = Play the Note. Designated Ragam Numbers are in Column  NO

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The following Schematic shows the second set (Set - B) starting from 5 White + 2 Black  keys  combination
to 2 White + 5 Black  Key  Primary Ragams based modified popular melodies.
The Primary Ragam is shown in dotted colums. The modified Secondary Ragams are shown below each primary ragam. The modified notes are shown in blue.

 0 = Do not play the Note. 1 = Play the Note. Designated Ragam Numbers are in Column  NO

Subraga2

The above 2 sample Sub Ragam sets provide an idea of possible modifications for further development.

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03. HEXOCTAL CODE - A WINDOW FOR UNIVERSAL MUSIC

The aggregate formation of all the musical formats in the world or the Music Universe is entrapped within the boundary of the notes between Base - C and the Octave - C, organised in a fixed arithmetical order, and repeated as many times as one wishes. Backed by this fact, the Hexoctal code can truly represent and map the methodology to format any music in the world, irrespective of the cultural, genetic geographical or linguistic considerations.

The notes are the alphabets for the musical sound to add and give the life of hearing enjoyment to each of the words of any song. How to do it ? Normally, a  melody is created by simply playing the alternate notes. But the sophisticated methodology is through the innovative approach on the Hexoctal code concept -  A Window for Universal Music. 

The following Schematics of Hexoctal codes provide an assorted variety of melodies from many Languages, Regions and Songs. The base notes in the forward and reverse directions as well as their derived Base Ragam  are the guidelines for innovation and enjoyment.

  • Each note could be played multi-times.

  • Starting could be either from Forward or the Reverse or any mid-note on either side.

  • Within the Forward and Reverse notes, adjustant note reversals could be done.

  • Plus the imagination within the frame of reference of the Base Ragam guidelines.

  • Play any single or a series of notes in different Octaves etc..............

WINDOW  1 - ENGLISH

This  gives the Hexoctal codes for 2 Popular English tunes, based on the Forward / Backward musical tones with no equivalent /  28. Hari Gambothi of the Karnatak Primary Ragams. They refer to source item 1 and 2 at the bottom of these windows. ( 0 = Do not Play.  1 = Play)

DEMOBASE1

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WINDOW 2 - ENGLISH - GERMAN

This  gives the Hexoctal codes for 1 Popular English tune + 1 popular German folk tune, based on the Forward / Backward musical tones with no equivalent / modified from 22. Hara Hara Priya of the Karnatak Primary Ragams. They refer to source item 1 and 2 at the bottom of these windows. ( 0 = Do not Play.  1 = Play)

DEMOBASE2

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WINDOW  3 - SCOTTISH - HINDI

This  gives the Hexoctal codes for 1 Popular Scottlish tune + 1 popular Hindi tune , based on the Forward / Backward musical tones with no equivalent combination in Karnatak Primary Ragams. They refer to source item 1, 2 and 3 at the bottom of these windows. ( 0 = Do not Play.  1 = Play)

DEMOBASE3

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WINDOW  4 - HINDI

This  gives the Hexoctal codes for 2 Popular Hindi tunes, based on the Forward / Backward musical tones, with no equivalent and  modified from 29. Dheera Sankarabarnam and 65. Mecha Kalyani of the Karnatak Primary Ragams. They refer to source item 1 and 3 at the bottom of these windows.

DEMOBASE4

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WINDOW  5 - ARABIC

This  gives the Hexoctal codes for 2 Popular Arabic  tunes, based on the Forward / Backward musical tones modified from 22. Hara Hara Priya and no equivalent from the Karnatak Primary Ragam. They refer to source item 1 and 4 at the bottom of these windows. ( O = Do not Play.  1 = Play )

DEMOBASE5

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WINDOW  6 - ARABIC - PUSHTU

This  gives the Hexoctal codes for 1 Popular Arabic tune and 1 popular Pushtu Song (Language of the North West Pakistan. Peshawar area), based on the Forward / Backward musical tones with no equivalent and modified from 22. Hara Hara Priya of the Karnatak Primary Ragams. They refer to source item 1, 4 and 5 at the bottom of these windows. ( O = Do not Play.  1 = Play )

DEMOBASE6

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WINDOW 7 - PUSHTU - URUDU

This  gives the Hexoctal codes for  1 popular Pushtu Song (Language of the North West Pakistan) and 1 Popular  tune in Urudu (Official language of Pakistan), based on the Forward / Backward musical tones with no equivalent as well as  modified from 20. Nata bhairavi / 22. Hara Hara Priya of the Karnatak Primary Ragams. They refer to source item 1 and 5 at the bottom of these windows. ( 0 = Do not Play.  1 = Play)

DEMOBASE7

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REFERENCES :

  1. Electronic Key Board Innovations by DR.VSRS ( Self ), by Playing the combination Notes, Translating the Broadcasted / Audio / CD / Video into Hexoctal codes.

  2. FM STERIO Radio Stations in reference :-

  • Al Arabia FM - 98. 9.                              * Al Rabia FM - 107. 8 (Ajman). 
    City FM - 101.6                                      
    *  Dubai FM - 92
    Emirates Radio-1 FM - 99. 3 & 100. 5.
    * Emirates Radio-2 FM - 90. 5 & 98.7
    Channel 4 FM - 104. 8 (Ajman).            
    * Radio 4 FM - 89.1 (Ajman).    
    Hum FM - 106. 2                                   
    * Um Al Quin FM - 97. 8

  1. Yamaha Portatone Electronic Key Board. Model PSR-130. Owner's manual. MDG EMI Division, Yamaha Corporation. Japan 430.

  2. Learn to Play Your favourite Songs on the key board (1998). By : Muralidhar Bhatt, Sargam Light Music Centre, Kora Mangala, Bangalore - 560 034. India.

  3. Audio cassette Album "Habibi Dah" By Hisham Abbas, Deta Sound, Zamalex, Cairo, Egypt. Digital MCV AN 015.

  4. Pushtu (Language spoken by the Patan community in North-West Pakistan) / Urudhu -  Melodies by Na Ashnas of Pakistan.

  5. "Ragha Pravaham" (December 1994). By : Dr.M.Dhandapani & Kalai Mamani Smt.D.Pattammal, The Karnatic Music Book Centre, 14 Sripuram 1st street, Royapettah, Chennai 600 014. India.

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LEFT DANCERHEXOCTAL KEYS (0 TO 16) TO PLAY ALL KARNATAK NOTESRIGHT CROTCHET

I am looking forward to the interest, comments and ideas from the viewers on my Hexoctal coded Musical concept, and its utility / further development in the world.   

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