#1
I tried to fill out a interval diagram from the guides here on UG, is it right or can someone correct the things needed?

Interval |   Name                  | Note.(In C) |  Halfsteps
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   1     |  Unison (root note)     |  C		 |	0
  b2     |  Minor Second           |  Db	 |	1	
   2     |  Major Second           |  D		 |	2   
  #2     |  Sharp Second           |  D#	 |	3
  b3     |  Minor Third            |  Eb	 |	3
   3     |  Major Third            |  E		 |	4
   4     |  Perfect Fourth         |  F		 |	5
  #4     |  Augmented Fourth       |  F#	 |	6
  b5     |  Diminished Fifth       |  Gb	 |	6
   5     |  Perfect Fifth          |  G		 |	7
  #5     |  Augmented Fifth        |  G#	 |	8	
  b6     |  Minor Sixth            |  Ab	 |	8
   6     |  Major Sixth            |  A		 |	9
  #6     |  Sharp Sixth            |  A#	 |	10	
 bb7     |  Diminished Seventh     |  A		 |	9
  b7     |  Minor Seventh          |  Bb	 |	10
   7     |  Major Seventh          |  B		 |	11
   8     |  Unison (Octave higher) |  C		 |	12
  b9     |  Minor Ninth            |  Db	 |	13
   9     |  Major Ninth            |  D		 |	14
  #9     |  Sharp Ninth            |  D#	 |	15
 b10     |  Minor Tenth            |  Eb	 |	15
  10     |  Major Tenth            |  E		 |	16
  11     |  Perfect Eleventh       |  F		 |	17
 #11     |  Augmented Eleventh     |  F#	 |	18
 b12     |  Diminished Twelvth     |  Gb	 |	18
  12     |  Pefect Twelvth         |  G		 |	19
 #12     |  Augmented Twelfth      |  G#	 |	20
 b13     |  Minor Thirteenth       |  Ab	 |	20
  13     |  Major Thirteenth       |  A		 |	21
 #13     |  Sharp Thirteenth       |  A#	 |	22
bb14     |  Diminished Fourteenth  |  A		 |	20
 b14     |  Minor Fourteenth       |  Bb         |  	22 	            
  14     |  Major Fourteenth       |  B		 |	23
  15     |  Unison (Two Octaves)   |  C		 |	24
#2
Quote by quinny1089
the only problem i see is the sharp 2/6/9/13

when you raise a major interval by a semitone, it becomes an augmented interval.

So it would be augmented 2nd/6th/9th/13th


That makes sence, but as i read here it said sharp.
#3
Well, now you're reading here that it is augmented. It doesn't matter what you call it, people will still know what you mean by a 'sharp' second.
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#4
Diminished seventh should read Bbb, not A.
Unison (octave higher) and Unison (two octaves) shouldn't be labelled unison. They are not unison intervals.
#5
well people will still know what your on about if you say flat 3rd, or flat 6th, its just correct practice to call them minor 3rd, minor 6th.
My name is Andy
Quote by MudMartin
Only looking at music as math and theory, is like only looking at the love of your life as flesh and bone.

Swinging to the rhythm of the New World Order,
Counting bodies like sheep to the rhythm of the war drums