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Chord Clock

Variation of FlyingToaster's Chromatic Scale Clock
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1:00 PM = C -- 2:00 PM = C, E -- 3:00 PM = C, E, G -- 4:00 PM = C, E, G, C2 ETC.

By the time you get to midnight the clock blasts an impressive 12 note chord.

Plus, you could have AM play a major chord, PM play a minor chord so midnight is scary sounding and the buildup to it is ominous. Not sure if this is different enough from the original idea to post a new suggestion.

doctorremulac3, Nov 01 2017

The original idea Chromatic_20Scale_20Clock
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Not the original idea Not_20The_20Origina...eel_20Strike_20Bike
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       // AM play a major chord, PM play a minor chord //   

       What would you play on FM, Country & Western ?
8th of 7, Nov 01 2017
  

       [not looking forward to someone posting a drum clock, or percussion clock, or just a cowbell clock]
Ian Tindale, Nov 02 2017
  

       I don't think I need more than an "inspired by..." footnote, if that much. Just sayin'.
FlyingToaster, Nov 02 2017
  

       Gotta show respect for the creative instigator of an idea. Can't claim my creative input until I give credit to the person who took the first steps.   

       In my youth I made my living in an industry where creative input was regularly played down, denied or outright stolen and I never wanted to be that kind of player. Even here, on a fun little idea forum.   

       So giving credit where credit is due is for me as much as you.   

       Besides, I don't think either of us are up for a Nobel prize for this anyway.
doctorremulac3, Nov 02 2017
  
      
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