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|Date:||Sat May 18 20:15:00 2013|
|Message:||Very interesting and potentially useful concept. The few |
examples I tried gave results that somewhat resemble the
dissonance assigned to interval and the roots assigned to
chords by Hindemith. I presently have hardly a clue as to
what "virtual pitch" is and will refrain from theoretical
comments. Some additional ideas: 1) Enter a bass note and
get the five best chords of a chosen number of tones and
sonance factor. 2) Enter a chord and get ordered sets of the
best five tones that can be added to the original chord in
each possible position. OK -- one more theoretical
consideration: Although the applet's output is not
mathematical arranged (e.g., as in Forte's method) it seems
easy to use. (There is something a bit strange when the
"prime form" of of a seventh chord is the traditional 6,4,2
|Date:||Mon Mar 18 08:35:48 2013|
|Date:||Wed May 30 01:42:08 2012|
|Message:||I need help. I think I have NPD but have no idea how to get|
|Date:||Mon Jan 3 11:43:23 2011|
this is the right NPD that stuff people need when they
suffer and when they you got abused for years.
Your story is very similar to my own one. So I experienced
it and so my whole life went down the drain. It is all
happening like that, all the lying, the twisting, the
I was caught in the circle and I separated again and again.
Latest 2 days ago. Your advise finally persuaded me, that it
makes no sense to continue this self-torture.
Thanks a lot.
|Date:||Tue Dec 7 09:04:14 2010|
I'm too exhausted to share my story...Your pages are
beautiful! Take it from a woman...who is just starting to
grow up. In a sentence...I was 17, my best friend's father
took me traumatized me with gifts and many npd traits you
share for nearly 10 years and still continues to do so
through our three sons; Only in America can a man get away
with pedophilia and distroying many families for his own
Bless you and keep sharing your pages they speak TRUTH and
people need to here the truth.
|Date:||Wed Nov 17 15:32:15 2010|
I only saw your message now (17.11.2010).
Thanks very much for your words, and if there was anything
in what I said has made sense to you, that's great.
Good luck and from looking at your website, you seem to be
|Date:||Fri Oct 1 11:48:59 2010|
|Message:||I just found your npd links and being 2 years out of a|
relationship which became violent have recently begun
another. I have trawled the internet for quite sometime
looking for helpful advice to make sense of my ptsd, which I
delveloped after being isolated in a foriegn country for a
year with the abuser. It was exacerbated greatly by being
let down by the health service and benefits system in the uk
when I returned and started trying to rebuild my life.
Discovering your articles was a real find at his time -
Thank you so very much
|Date:||Tue Apr 27 06:53:01 2010|
|Date:||Sun Nov 15 07:52:27 2009|
|Message:||Correction:- g flat could be g flat or f|
|Date:||Sun Nov 15 07:32:28 2009|
Based on 'c' and measured against equal temperament (the
common tuning of pianos), we get the 7th partial to be b
flat (-31 cent), the 11th g flat (-49 cent), the 13th to be
a flat (+ 41 cent) and the 14th just like the 7th to be b
flat (- 31 cent). A deviation of 31 cent is already so high
that we are stretching the boundaries of categorical
perception. Still, considering that a bass note 'c' on the
piano will induce resonance of the b flat 2 octaves above
might indicated that we can accept the b flat to be part of
a virtual pitch model. However, the 11th and 13th partials
are so ambivalent that categorical perception can no longer
apply. This is, the 11th partial might be perceived as g or
g flat and the 13th as a flat or a. This is the reason why
this virtual pitch model includes the 2nd, 5th, 6th, 7th
and 15th partial only. However, I am not sure whether this
answers your question.
Please, feel free to continue this thread or email me if you
prefer to do so.
|Date:||Sun Nov 15 02:59:51 2009|
On the piano we have progressively higher inharmonic
partials. It is my impression that this makes the 7th,
11th, 13th and 14th partials more consonant and probably
allows them to support virtual pitch better than the true
harmonics would. It brings the partials closer to equal
tempered notes. Thus, piano composers like Ravel and
Stravinsky might show preference for these intervals as do
many jazz pianists.
Any observations on this topic?
Bob Ehle - UNC Greeley, CO
|Date:||Thu May 7 18:41:10 2009|
|Message:||Any further discussion between Dr Namhoff and Dr Hofmann-|
Engl will be deleted.
|Date:||Thu May 7 15:30:59 2009|
|Message:||Sir: Not that it matters much as such, but it would not do|
any harm for you to use correct English for your ad homine
You still have not been able to give a single example of any
errors I have made and this after me asking you to furnish
us with at least one example of such an error.
Thanks for offering me your prayers. I hope you don't mind
if I decline this offer.
|Date:||Thu May 7 09:44:48 2009|
|Message:||i have looked into your past and the only qualifications |
you have is in music and music preception, the ONLY advise
you should be givin out on your website is to seek
qualified professional help, its obvious you have npd and
so could offer personal veiws and accounts, but npd is
different in all cases, your comments are there as anger
against previous relationships and frustrations that i
guess you can not form a good relationship with anyone (yes
its that plain to see),
and i suggest you get some proffesional help, i pray for
|Date:||Tue Apr 7 16:12:23 2009|
|Message:||Sorry, that you feel that way.|
You are very welcome to enlighten me about my errors.
|Date:||Tue Apr 7 14:49:13 2009|
|Message:||your info on npd and so called help! is offensive to us |
professionals, this only shows you have npd and i suggest
you get some help,
|Date:||Sat Jul 28 09:10:46 2007|
|Message:||Wishing you all the best success in your search!|
|Date:||Fri Jul 27 23:18:44 2007|
|Message:||just came across this site while researching my family |
tree. my Giles(surname )married an Easterbrook, none are
common names, which is why i was brought to this site.
Back to my research