The Complete Set of Permutations of the 12 Chromatic Tones (1985)
Comprising the Musical Scale of the Western World in Alternately Ascending and Descending Order
The Complete Set of Permutations . . . is a tone-set which contains a series of tonal relations formed by the complete set of of permutations of the 12 chromatic tones of the octave and their corresponding combinations.

All possible combinations of a linear progression of tones based on the equal-tempered octave are contained within the complete set of permutations, and includes but is not limited to, the entire musical output of the western world.

There are 12 permutations of the chromatic scale containing a total number of 24,576 separate tones arranged in 5018 groups of combinations of 2 tones, 3 tones, 4, 5, 6 up to and including a final set of all possible combinations of the 12 chromatic tones.

The original single track was was programmed on a first generation Atari 800 microcomputer containing 8-bit internal sound generation. Later, I added electronic accompaniment to the computer voice.