Pythagorean tuning

Pythagorean tuning is an approach to tuning based on stacking pure fifthsIn just intonation, pitches a fifth apart have a 2:3 (“two-to-three") frequency ratio. If one pitch is at 300 Hz, a pitch a fifth higher is at 450 Hz. A pitch a fifth lower is at 200 Hz.Visit the link to learn more (i.e. fifths with an exact frequency ratio of 2:3).

Context

Bayati-Saba-all, Hijaz 3, Rast 6 - modulations + variants, A Guide to the Maqam Tuning Presets for Ableton Live 12, 22-EDO, 24-EDO, 31-EDO, 35-EDO, 36-EDO, 41-EDO, 43-EDO, 53-EDO, 55-EDO, 72-EDO, Introduction to European historical tunings and temperaments, 12 Henricus Grammateus, 12 Meantone (one-sixth tertial-comma), 12 Tertial Eflat-Gsharp (center C), 12 Tertial Gflat-B (center C), 12 WT (Neihardt Grosse), 12 WT (Neihardt Kleine), 12 WT (Vallotti), 12 WT (Werkmeister III), 12 HS 16-32 (Johnston), 12 HS 16-32 (Tenney), 12 Tertial Dflat-Fsharp (center C), 12 Tertial-Septimal LMY WTP, 12 Undecimal Lou Harrison National Steel, 16 HS 16-32 (fundamental F), 22 Sruti (center C), 43 Undecimal Partch G-392Hz, 53 Tertial, 55 Tertial-Quintal Sabat Euler Lattice, The Dastgah Concept in Persian Music