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used in Black: The Birth of Evil

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an interval of tones with the pitch at the high end being twice that at the low end — 8 notes on the familiar diatonic scale
  • The tones rose through the octave, higher and higher until Tom thought the room might melt at his song.
    Chapter 10 (92% in)
  • The rumbling tone shot up an octave, rose to a forte, and began etching a melody in Tom's skull.
    Chapter 22 (44% in)
  • The tune rose through the octave, piercing the still air with full-bodied chords.
    Chapter 36 (17% in)

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