# Directory `fonts/helmholtz-ellis-ji-notation`

# The `helmholtz-ellis-ji-notation`

package

**for typesetting beautiful in-line microtonal just intonation accidentals**

(v1.1 – 2020-05-19)

## Overview

The Helmholtz-Ellis JI Pitch Notation (HEJI), devised in the early 2000s by Marc Sabat and Wolfgang von Schweinitz, explicitly notates the raising and lowering of the *untempered* diatonic Pythagorean notes by specific microtonal ratios defined for each prime. It provides visually distinctive "logos" distinguishing families of justly tuned intervals that relate to the harmonic series. These take the form of strings of additional accidental symbols based on historical precedents, extending the traditional sharps and flats. Since its 2020 update, HEJI ver. 2 ("HEJI2") provides unique microtonal symbols through the 47-limit.

The `helmholtz-ellis-ji-notation`

package is a simple LaTeX implementation of HEJI2 that allows for in-line typesetting of microtonal accidentals for use within theoretical texts, program notes, symbol legends, etc.

The documentation may be found in `helmholtz-ellis-ji-notation.pdf`

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## Installation

First, install the HEJI2Text.otf font file (available in .zip folder or from under JI RESOURCES at plainsound.org).

Then to install the LaTeX package, use one of the following methods:

- Use the package manager of your TeX system
- TeXLive:
`tlmgr install helmholtz-ellis-ji-notation`

- MiKTeX: search for
`helmholtz-ellis-ji-notation`

in the MiKTeX Package Manager

- TeXLive:

- Get the source (
`helmholtz-ellis-ji-notation.zip`

) from CTAN and extract it, run`latex`

on`helmholtz-ellis-ji-notation.ins`

to generate the package and configuration files, and move all generated files into a directory where LaTeX will find them, e.g.,`MiKTeX X.X/tex/latex/helmholtz-ellis-ji-notation/`

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## License

The HEJI2Text.otf font and all accompanying LaTeX support documents are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, PO Box 1866, Mountain View, CA 94042, USA.

Copyright (cc) 2020 Thomas Nicholson `<thomas@thomasnicholson.ca>`

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## helmholtz-ellis-ji-notation – Beautiful in-line microtonal just intonation accidentals

The Helmholtz-Ellis JI Pitch Notation (HEJI), devised
in the early 2000s by Marc Sabat and Wolfgang von Schweinitz,
explicitly notates the raising and lowering of the
*untempered* diatonic Pythagorean notes
by specific microtonal ratios defined for each prime.
It provides visually distinctive “logos” distinguishing
families of justly tuned intervals that relate to the
harmonic series.
These take the form of strings of additional accidental symbols
based on historical precedents,
extending the traditional sharps and flats.
Since its 2020 update, HEJI ver. 2 (“HEJI2”) provides unique
microtonal symbols through the 47-limit.

This package is a simple LaTeX implementation of HEJI2 that allows for in-line typesetting of microtonal accidentals for use within theoretical texts, program notes, symbol legends, etc.

Documents must be compiled using XeLaTeX.

Package | helmholtz-ellis-ji-notation |

Home page | http://plainsound.org/ |

Version | 1.1 2020-05-19 |

Licenses | CC BY 4.0 |

Copyright | 2020 Thomas Nicholson |

Maintainer | Thomas Nicholson |

Contained in | TeX Live as helmholtz-ellis-ji-notation MiKTeX as helmholtz-ellis-ji-notation |

Topics | Font Font support Music Music Font OTF Font |