Thank you all.

Chris, velocity is programmed but the touch's energy is yours, so you do get credit.

The 17ths check is very satisfactory, there are a couple of very light jumps in beats rate progression, but this is nothing compared to usual standards and common difficulties to get that perfect, in real tuning. Isaac will give us his evaluations, and more tuners may (hope Philippe too), hoping they are not ideological fighters.

If ET, beyond equal size semitones, means fluid beats progressions and maximum euphonicity, well, we are getting it. Leaving iH aside, the octaves stretch could be and needed to be ruled, like for all the other intervals. This is what, after 300 years, is being proved. Euphonicity is related to resonance. Resonance is related to beats proportions and beats synergy, and these phenomenons can be illustrated with precise geometries.

Your points:

1. By flat, do you mean that an interval is too narrow, and by sharp you mean that an interval is too wide?"...

Yes.

2. Can you list which notes in the pair are off? A narrow 12th could come from a sharp 1 or a flat 12, or both, and a wide 12th could come from a flat 1 or a sharp 12th or both..."...

You are right, that is why in usual tuning you need to continuously cross-check intervals, they all are interrelated in a self-referencial form/economy, like in a system of levers, or a multidimensional chain, or a tensil web. When we tune, we normally have to trace the error/approximation, and that could be 2, 3 or more notes back in the chain.

3. Of course, each pitch correction any of us makes will affect the width of all of the other intervals (correcting the 12th off of A440, for example, would throw off the 12 from A880 and all of the other intervals)."...

Correct.

..."So how do we proceed once you've evaluated the other files\intervals? Will you do your usual tuning sequence?"...

These tests can tell us the correspondence degree between Chas form and the actual progressions. Once we get a fairly precise idea, we could go in any direction.

Only tonight I'll be able to post the 17ths analysis, I want to get the best listening conditions.

Regards, a.c.