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Meantone, 5edo, 7edo are his favorites. He also likes Sowaázh music.
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Revision as of 02:46, 27 January 2019

Schlomo Schngellstein is the pen name of Iisd Txovtyjs /ˈi.ist ˈtʃov.tʰəjs/ (born fT 2451 in Sirahda, Fyxoom), a Swuntsim-Fyxoomian linguist and conlanger. Schngellstein's linguistic specialty is Hlou-Shum linguistics and diachronics. His main conworld project is Earth. A Sirahda native, he speaks Eevo natively, and his favorite languages are the Hlou-Shum languages and the Talmic languages.

Schngellstein is currently a graduate student at the University of Sunehnawl in Fyxoom. He is also interested in music and plays the sewvore.

Contributions

Schngellstein devised the orthographies currently in use for the Hlou-Shum languages. These were inspired by the orthographies he created for his Earth languages, such as German, Irish, and Greek.

Conlangs

Alt-Tricin

Schngellstein's alt-history languages often use ideas used in his conworld Earth.

Views

=Scales endorsed by Schl. Schng.

Meantone, 5edo, 7edo are his favorites. He also likes Sowaázh music.

MOS scales

"Good" generators should not be too close in size to a step of a small EDO.

  • ~257 cents: 5, 9 note scales
  • ~325 cents: 7 note scales
  • ~350 cents: 7 note scales
  • 436.36~442 cents: 8 note scales
  • ~461 cents: 8 note scales
  • ~500 cents: 5, 7 note scales
  • ~525 cents: 5, 7, 9 note scales