Definition of Chromatically. Meaning of Chromatically. Synonyms of Chromatically

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Definition of Chromatically

Chromatically
Chromatically Chro*mat"ic*al*ly, adv. In a chromatic manner.

Meaning of Chromatically from wikipedia

- is the use of chromatic harmony. In other words, at least one note of the chord is chromatically altered. Any chord that is not chromatic is a diatonic...
- Chromaticity is an objective specification of the quality of a color regardless of its luminance. Chromaticity consists of two independent parameters,...
- The chromatic scale (or twelve-tone scale) is a set of twelve pitches (more completely, pitch classes) used in tonal music, with notes separated by the...
- trill rises chromatically by step above this harmonic uncertainty, forming a chromatic fourth ..." The term as used in the phrase chromatic fourth itself...
- "colored"), may refer to: Chromatic scale, the western-tempered twelve-tone scale Chromatic chord, chords built from tones chromatically altered from the native...
- The RGB chromaticity space, two dimensions of the normalized RGB space, is a chromaticity space, a two-dimensional color space in which there is no intensity...
- The chromatic harmonica is a type of harmonica that uses a button-activated sliding bar to redirect air from the hole in the mouthpiece to the selected...
- In optics, chromatic aberration (CA), also called chromatic distortion, color aberration, color fringing, or purple fringing, is a failure of a lens to...
- The chromatic circle is a clock diagram for displaying relationships among the equal-tempered pitch classes making up a given equal temperament tuning's...
- the chromatic polynomials of some graph, a question that remains open, and introduced the concept of chromatically equivalent graphs. Today, chromatic polynomials...