Dynamic tonality is tonal music which uses real-time changes in tuning and timbre to perform new musical effects such as polyphonic tuning bends, new chord progressions, and temperament modulations, with the option of consonance. The performance of dynamic tonality requires an isomorphic keyboard driving a music synthesizer which implements dynamic tuning and dynamic timbres. Dynamic tonality was discovered by Andrew Milne, William Sethares, and Jim Plamondon.
Read more about Dynamic Tonality: Isomorphic Keyboards and Tuning Invariance, Dynamic Tuning, Piano Keyboard, New Musical Effects, Tonality and Timbre, Dynamic Timbre, Dynamic Sonance, Compared To Microtonality, Example: C2ShiningC
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... An example of Dynamic Tonality can be heard in "C to Shining C" C2ShiningC (composed and recorded by William Sethares in April 2008) ...
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