Centro Julian Carrillo Restoration Project
I did the following work for Noah Jordan with samples from the Julian Carrillo piano collection, please see him for details. A technical note – these melodyne analyses are based, as best as I can tell, on the average value for a pitch class. Thus, as you can see, when large pitch sets are thrown at it there is a larger area of uncertainty and individual pitch classes become poorly represented mostly due to tuning errors. On the other hand the actual pitches themselves become a better guide and it can be clearly seen that many are out of tune since they deviate from the expected straight line formed by the pitches if they were exactly in tune. Click on the graphics to enlarge, back arrow to return to this page.