#1
Ok, so ya know how the circle of fifths (starting from the top, going clockwise)
goes:
C G D A E B Gb Db Ab Eb Bb F
right? Well I was wondering if it could include F# and Cb,
like this:
C G D A E B -F# Cb- Gb Db Ab Eb Bb F
They are fifths away and I find them helpful when I'm trying to figure out Key Signatures ^^, lemme know if I can use that, or if for some reason its WRONG, or if I may be missing out on something extra =D thnx.
#2
yeah that works, because F# has 6 sharps, and Gb has 6 flats, Cb has 7 flats, and C# has 7 sharps if you wanted to add that
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#4
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right? Well I was wondering if it could include F# and Cb,
like this:
C G D A E B -F# Cb- Gb Db Ab Eb Bb F

The B > F# is correct, yes.

But from an F#> Cb is not a 5th. It would be a C#/Db, so in the second case there you're incorrect.

Your learning enharmonics really here, different names for the same notes/scales. A B Major and Cb Major scale are exactly the same, but yet have completely different names for the notes being played.