Harmonicity and Consonance Within an Unconventional Tuning System

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According to the vocal similarity hypothesis (VSH; Bowling et al., 2018), harmonicity—the extent to which the partials of a complex tone approximate a harmonic series—may be associated with sensory consonance because of an evolved preference for sounds that resemble human speech. This suggests that even if individuals were exposed to chords from an entirely unfamiliar musical system, they should b...

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