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Scale Name Tradition: Intervals

Names for the utterly basic ditone "scales" that are just two notes, hence they adopt the name of the interval between them.

3Minor Second Ditone{0,1}
5Whole Tone Ditone{0,2}
9Minor Third Ditone{0,3}
17Major Third Ditone{0,4}
257Minor Sixth Ditone{0,8}
513Major Sixth Ditone{0,9}
1025Minor Seventh Ditone{0,10}
2049Major Seventh Ditone{0,11}