Every musical note is a number: a frequency vibrating a certain number of times per second (measured in hertz).
Concert A = 440Hz | A^{5} = 880Hz |
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Middle C ~= 131Hz | C^{4} ~=262Hz |
A^{3} = 220Hz | E^{4} ~=330Hz |
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C^{3} ~= 131Hz | G^{3} ~=196Hz |
The half-step is the building block of scales.
All intervals are exponents of the half-step.
A (440Hz) | × | 1.0595 | = | A^{#} (466.16Hz) |
A^{#} (466.16Hz) | × | 1.0595 | = | B (493.88Hz) |
A (440Hz) | × | 1.0595^{2} | = | B (493.88Hz) |
A musical half-step scale
A musical whole-step scale
Notes Are Numbers
Every musical note is a number: a frequency vibrating a certain number of times per second (measured in hertz).
Notes Are Numbers
Every musical note is a number: a frequency vibrating a certain number of times per second (measured in hertz).
Notes Are Numbers
Every musical note is a number: a frequency vibrating a certain number of times per second (measured in hertz).
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More notes per octave: better for small screens
Fewer notes per octave: better for large screens
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