#1
Gday all,

I was wandering if anyone know the frequencies for the following tunings:

-Standard tuning (EADGBe)
-Flat standard (EbAbDbGbBbeb)
-Sharp standard (E#A#D#G#B#e#)

Also a good program to measure frequencies apart from Zelescope.

Thanks all.
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#2
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E#?


don't start.

the same way Eb and D# are the same note, E# and F are the same
Rhythm in Jump. Dancing Close to You.

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#3
A = 440 hz

have a look on wikipeadia i`m sure i spotted something the a long time ago.

don`t know what a zelescope is but maybe your refferring to an occiliscope which is used to measure among other things i a waveform - frequency.
#4
Using this link http://www.phys.unsw.edu.au/jw/notes.html

Which 'note names' will be the same as

-E#,A#,D#,G#,B#,e#
-Eb.Ab,Db,Gb,Bb,eb

Im not that much of a theory geek so I don't really know, but would (on the keyboard diagram) would the semitones on the keyboard be the key next to the standards or are they the black ones inbetween?

Thanks.
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#5
E# doesn`t exsist never has never will
B# doesn`t exsist never has never will

all the other notes increase by 1 letter and flatten eg A# = B flat

there are only 12 notes in a octave 8 of which are whole notes.
#6
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E# doesn`t exsist never has never will
B# doesn`t exsist never has never will


I think (hope) most of us know better.
#7
Quote by ibanezgod1973
E# doesn`t exsist never has never will
B# doesn`t exsist never has never will


all the other notes increase by 1 letter and flatten eg A# = B flat

there are only 12 notes in a octave 8 of which are whole notes.


Honestly... When you sign up for UG, there should be a page that you have to read that explains that B# and E# are notes. Really. They're enharmonic to C and F, but they're still notes. So is Bbb. And Gx. And Ex. and Fb. and Cb. Etc.
#8
i know that but i`m explaining to a noob so the KISS principle applies, it would be much easier and a unnecessary thread if the TS learn the notes on the fingerboard.
#9
Quote by ibanezgod1973
i know that but i`m explaining to a noob so the KISS principle applies, it would be much easier and a unnecessary thread if the TS learn the notes on the fingerboard.


I can't see how the KISS principle makes false information defensible. You could have simply advised the TS to not worry about notes like B# and E# for starters, not that they don't exist.
#10
Quote by ibanezgod1973
E# doesn`t exsist never has never will
B# doesn`t exsist never has never will

all the other notes increase by 1 letter and flatten eg A# = B flat

there are only 12 notes in a octave 8 of which are whole notes.



they exist theorically (weird i know)

now, just to help you out, open E string is in the 3rd space on Bass clef, wich would be 164.81 Hz

#11
guys your bantering on isnt helping, I said I'm not strong in the theory department, I may not have been playing for a long time like others. Also A# Bb same thing, still a semitone above/below.

Can we get back on topic please?
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Last edited by toeinator at Aug 7, 2009,
#12
-Standard tuning (EADGBe) - 164.8, 220, 293.7, 392, 493.9, 659.3
-Flat standard (EbAbDbGbBbeb) - 156.6, 207.7, 277.2, 370, 466.2, 622.3
-Sharp standard (E#A#D#G#B#e#) 174.6, 233.1, 311.1, 415.3, 523.3, 698.5

Something like that...You'll never be able to get it perfect on a guitar anyways...
#13
Quote by flightposite
-Standard tuning (EADGBe) - 164.8, 220, 293.7, 392, 493.9, 659.3
-Flat standard (EbAbDbGbBbeb) - 156.6, 207.7, 277.2, 370, 466.2, 622.3
-Sharp standard (E#A#D#G#B#e#) 174.6, 233.1, 311.1, 415.3, 523.3, 698.5

Something like that...You'll never be able to get it perfect on a guitar anyways...


Ya have to cut those in half...

Standard in A 440 (A 220, really)
82.4, 110, 146.8, 196.0, 246.9, 329.6

Semitone flat in A 440...
77.8, 103.8, 138.6, 185.0, 233.1, 311.1

Semitone sharp in A 440...
87.3, 116.5, 155.6, 207.7, 261.6, 349.2
#14
thanks very much

thread can be locked now.
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