Rita J. answered • 09/15/20

Experienced Analyst and Arranger with Great Musical "Grammar."

This is a question of research and reading, then applying the math to your assigned scales.

I found a very helpful (and fascinating) read was "Music: a Mathmatical Offering" by Dave Benson: (https://homepages.abdn.ac.uk/d.j.benson/pages/html/music.pdf).

You would need to isolate each of the assigned scales, then work with the ratios offered there.

Remember, I can help with research and help you FIND the answers, but I can't ethically give you the answers.

However, I would be glad to spend some time with you helping you skim this work and find your own answers!

Let me know how I can help...

Rita J.

Oh, and when you say "keyed to D" or other, make sure you include harmonic/overtones in your answer...09/15/20