#2
half step.
learn your scales.
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#4
Quote by ThroughtheHaze
half step.
learn your scales.

Yeap.
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#5
yeah, there's no half tone between B and C
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Quote by bwalter32
dude B#.... duh

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#11
Quote by mckraf99
Dude B# is C....duh


i know, it was a joke...................


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Quote by mckraf99
Dude B# is C....duh

Thank you captain obvious, it was a joke.
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#14
Wouldn't B# be Cb?
edit: or really close to it
Last edited by blgdinger at Nov 4, 2008,
#15
Quote by blgdinger
Wouldn't B# be Cb?
edit: or really close to it


No B# =C thats an enharmonic

No Cb=B thats an enharmonic too
#16
Quote by Muramasa
No B# =C thats an enharmonic

No Cb=B thats an enharmonic too



but they are never the same pitch
#17
Quote by hippotato7
but they are never the same pitch
no, no, no.

you're thinking of Pythagorean or just tuning. then there is a slight difference

but we don't use those in modern music. we use equal temperament.
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Quote by hippotato7
but they are never the same pitch


Maybe in the context of a scale but were just talking about enharmonic notes