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    Default could this be musical notes?

    I am not musical, nor do I read music, but I had a thought..... this seven dot code could be the same as the seven line sheet music.

    Playing all the black notes, lets say, could reveal a song, the lyrics to which would be a clue.....

    Are there any musicians out there?

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    what instrument has a seven line staff?


    I play piano, but that's only five.

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    seven different notes of a scale perhaps? only relation to music I can see

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    do-re-me-fa-so-la-ti-do

    could be one note per division.

    Also possible that the 5 lines are the five rows in the celtic knot, with row 2 and 4 indicating a note connected to another note.

    Like I said, I have little knowledge of sheet music, but I know there are some smart people out there that will take this suggestion and be able to work with it.

    I have already tried morse code, octal, binary, hexadecimal, and Heinekein. Now I am working on this as a beale cypher.

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    Well, the first and last note of the scale are the same-- cdefgabc (well that's if you started on c.) A different scale would have sharps and flats, and wouldn't really correlate to a letter. I can't quite see how it would relate, but maybe someone else can? That, and there aren't a lot of different letters.

    Now with a staff you get EGDBF and FACE, but again, it's the same letters, not a lot of combos. Logically, to make a huge code like that and limit the letters so much seems like a waste. Though it would make it easier to figure out because your letters are limited. But again, I can't see where the two connect.

    Can someone else?

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    i realise that the notes only allow one to use the letters a to g.... I can get that just assigning a letter to each color.
    What I was thinking, was that the notes would reveal a melody, which had specific LYRICS.... which would be a clue

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    Quote Originally Posted by cabunk
    Well, the first and last note of the scale are the same-- cdefgabc (well that's if you started on c.) A different scale would have sharps and flats, and wouldn't really correlate to a letter. I can't quite see how it would relate, but maybe someone else can? That, and there aren't a lot of different letters.

    Now with a staff you get EGDBF and FACE, but again, it's the same letters, not a lot of combos. Logically, to make a huge code like that and limit the letters so much seems like a waste. Though it would make it easier to figure out because your letters are limited. But again, I can't see where the two connect.

    Can someone else?
    Maybe we need a music major, but I thought the notes were FACE and EGBDF (Every Good Boy Does Fine) order may make a difference?
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    Sorry, I typed dyslexic for a moment. It is EGBDF.

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    FACE are the open spaces in the music staff. EGBDF are the lines in the staff. Think of 1st line (E), 1st space (F), 2nd line (G), 2nd space (A)...

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    Default Re: could this be musical notes?

    Quote Originally Posted by happyhunting
    I am not musical, nor do I read music, but I had a thought..... this seven dot code could be the same as the seven line sheet music.


    I just found this thread...what seven-dot pattern do you refer to?

    Playing all the black notes, lets say, could reveal a song, the lyrics to which would be a clue.....

    Are there any musicians out there?
    I am a musician and have some musical ideas...please point me to the possible "notes" and I'll tell you if there is anything there







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