UNIVERSAL LADDER OF SOUNDS ON A WAVE FORM
The first square in the upper left hand corner depicts the
tones as they might appear on a wave form. The first half of the square is
filled with notes. The second half is empty space. The numbers represent
the first 16 units of measurement. (i.e. the square is divided into sixteen
units along a vertical and horizontal axis.)
The second square represents the numbers 60 to 90. The upper halves of each
square are concerned with a circle of fifths progression. The lower
portions (cut by the diagonal) represent double fifths, which appear to be an
ascending diatonic scale. The colors around each square are associated
instinctively with the circle of fifths. The lines within these squares
represent the field of double fifths. The green area denotes F# consists of
only one note A in a key or field of F. This is ordinarily found as the end
of our series of fifths. All the squares encompass a certain limit of
frequencies of relative pitch. 
