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Good hour, I posted my first question here recently regarding interval ratios and their relationships. A user here provided me with great responses which within the array of knowledge, she mentioned "interval class vector". I went ahead and did some research on it and it's really begun to intrigue me because i think it can play a significant role in my understanding of music. So far all i understand about it is that it holds 6 interval classes including their inversions.. 1. Minor 2nd/Major 7th 2. Major 2nd/Minor 7th 3. Minor 3rd/Major 6th 4. Major 3rd/Minor 6th 5. Perfect 4th/Perfect 5th 6. Tritone That is absolutely all i know about interval class vectors. I don't understand how it works, what its exact purpose is nor what does it mean. So my question basically is could you kindly and in layman terms explain to me The purpose How it functions and what does it mean for musical composition Thanks guys!