Can you easily find an odd perfect fifth in this 53 just intonation

  1. if you're starting from 1, then 32 would be the fifth. honestly i'm not really sure what you're asking.

  2. I mean, there are 53 kinds of perfect fifth(0-31, 1-32, 2-33, ... 51-29, 52-30) but one is slightly out of tuned perfect fifth. I'm asking whether people can sense this easily or not.

  3. Actually, in this system, you can use 53 perfect fifths of 31\159 to reach the octave. However, the wolf fifth of 40/27 is still available and can be used at 30\159- what's more, it's actually usable in diatonic contexts.

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