#5
C# D# E# F# G# A# B# C#

you had it right but the B## is just B#.

If you did B## it would be natural C
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#6
Close. You seemed to have forgotten that E# and F are enharmonic, as well as B## and C#.

C#-D#-E#-F#-G#-A#-B#-C#
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#7
O right, I forgot about B# being the equivalent of a C, thanks for the clarification!
#9
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Just to throw this in here as well, "x" is the notation for a double sharp, not "##".


I did not know that.

Thanks for that also!

EDIT: Is there a specific notation for double flat also? Or is it bb?
#10
Just bb
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