These are basic chord structures that are assigned to each note of the chromatic scale in
DYNAMIC HARMONY. The voicings can be, in addition, influenced by the selected tonality,
inversion, substitution technique, etc.

Example 1: shows all three HARMONY TABLES in EPROM. Additional six HARMONY TABLES are in
user RAM, that are originally identical with the ones in EPROM. They can always be restored with a
TOTAL MEMORY RESET (s. 3.7). These chords in user RAM can be modified to create

Example 2: is produced directly with DYNAMIC HARMONY and a computer notation software.
The SYNTHOPHONE is set to MULTI mode (s. 4.8), to produce easily distinguishable instrument
lines on separate staves.

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