#1
ok.. i was just working thoru key sig to help out on my theory side... and i have came across a B#, E#, Fb, Cb for these notes do you just play the note down from it so like B# in stead of playing B# i would play a C

is that right?
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#2
Yes because a B# is halfway between a B and a C which are a semitone apart and so in a technicality a B# would really be a C rather than just a quarter tone which doesnt exist.
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#3
thort so.. thanx.. just wasn't 100% sure.. lol
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#4
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Yes because a B# is halfway between a B and a C which are a semitone apart and so in a technicality a B# would really be a C rather than just a quarter tone which doesnt exist.
B and C are a semitone (half step) apart. B# sounds the same as C and Cb sounds the same as B. B# is not halfway between B and C, nor is Cb. A quarter step does exist. Quarter step bends are quite common in the blues. Also, quarter steps are very common in Eastern music.

This also applies to E and F.