#1
As above, where do they go?
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#2
B sharp is C, C flat is B. They just don't exist, something to do with frequencies and wavelengths I'm sure there's a reason but if you're just talking music and not science it's just C and B.
#3
Yeah, in western music the smallest increment in music is a half step, and b and sc are seperated by just one half step, like E and F
all the other notes are sperared by a whole step (2 half steps)
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#4
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B sharp is C, C flat is B. They just don't exist, something to do with frequencies and wavelengths I'm sure there's a reason but if you're just talking music and not science it's just C and B.

They sure as hell do exist!

How else would C# Major be possible? That contains both E# and B#. Cb Major contains both Cb and Fb.
#5
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They sure as hell do exist!

How else would C# Major be possible? That contains both E# and B#. Cb Major contains both Cb and Fb.



They do exist!!

qftw!!!

it's all about the freking enharmonic note (ya know following the steps and what not, sorry if enharmonic isn't the right word)

on an unrelated note...i bother my dad who is a pianist by calling C sharp b flat

it bothers him so
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#6
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They do exist!!

qftw!!!

it's all about the freking enharmonic note (ya know following the steps and what not, sorry if enharmonic isn't the right word)

on an unrelated note...i bother my dad who is a pianist by calling C sharp b flat

it bothers him so
Now that's just retarded.
#7
Quote by tom1thomas1
B sharp is C, C flat is B. They just don't exist, something to do with frequencies and wavelengths I'm sure there's a reason but if you're just talking music and not science it's just C and B.


Yes, they do exist.

The world would be so confusing if they didnt...