#1


In the red circle;
I guess that's B#, ie C.
But I don't understand what the other 2 notes in the chord are, why do they have a natural sign and a sharp sign next to them?
#3
It's because the preceding notes are double sharps.
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#4
hmmm...

that is confusing as hell. i was thinking it'd be flat then, but why not write the flay sign then. i have no clue.
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hmmm...

that is confusing as hell. i was thinking it'd be flat then, but why not write the flay sign then. i have no clue.


It's just to avoid confusion - if there was just a flat sign people would think to play the note flat when it's actually sharp.
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#7
james douglas makes sense, the previous notes were double sharps, but the current notes r only sharps, therefore 1 of the sharps must be naturaled to make it correct.....if that makes sene?
#8
Quote by JamesDouglas
It's because the preceding notes are double sharps.


This.

The same goes for changing to a key signature with less accidentals. An example can be going from E major to D major, you would have a 4 sharp key signature and the signature at the key change would have 2 sharps and 2 naturals to remind the musician that G and D are now natural by default.
#9
Quote by JamesDouglas
It's because the preceding notes are double sharps.


Never even heard of them. I guess that means a tone above instead of a semitone.

So the double sharp on the left of my red circle, is that a G natural note then?
And the 2 notes in the red circle, are they F#?
#10
Quote by Gaz_m2k5
Never even heard of them. I guess that means a tone above instead of a semitone.

So the double sharp on the left of my red circle, is that a G natural note then?
And the 2 notes in the red circle, are they F#?


It would be enharmonic to G so play it as you would play a G.
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Never even heard of them. I guess that means a tone above instead of a semitone.

So the double sharp on the left of my red circle, is that a G natural note then?
And the 2 notes in the red circle, are they F#?


Yes, correct.
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