In relation to edit step and the majority of rhythmic intervals used in music…
In addition to Connors suggestion, a tool to capture statistical analysis, relative to this thread, a rhythmic analysis tool. I think it may have been suggested before, I can’t find the link at the moment. Maybe the statistical analysis tool could be extended to Notes used and its Intervals. For example, total amount the note F is used and total amount a perfect 5th is used.
Example xrns for rhythmic stats tool: analysis.xrns (link to xrns will be deleted in about a week)
Rhythmic reference or ruler is on Track 1, (I use it to measure rhythmic intervals).
Rhythmic interval information is on Track 2 which is related to Track 3, an mp3.
Track 2 Column 1 is the sum of Kick, Snare, HH, and Crash.
Track 2 Column 2 is the sum of 3:4 polyrhythm of voice 1
Track 2 Column 3 is voice 2, and at some parts, is a syncopated 8 of 3:4:8 polyrhythm, then resolves to a True 8th note pattern, meaning its not syncopated.
Track 2 Column 4 is the sum of all rhythms used. Another suggestion would be, selective summing of rhythms, instead of summing all rhythms used per pattern. For example, summing the rhythms of Bass and Kick, excluding HH, Crash, and Guitar.
Fractional Intervals is where it gets a bit fuzzy for me in terms of standard musical analysis, such as whole notes, 8ths, 16ths, 32nd, 64, etc. I guess its much simpler to use ratios to get a hold of the complexity.
Edit: added link to “Fractional Intervals”