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I once had a book with a table of them, but I kind of lost it I want to create a music for my c++ game, but I need the notes. ----------------------------------------- Everyboddy need someboddy!

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A4 is 440Hz. The scale is logarithmic, with an octave (12 notes) doubling the frequency. So you have notes at base*21/12, base*22/12, ...


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[edited by - Fruny on January 14, 2004 2:17:04 AM]

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Google dude:

http://www.fortunecity.com/tinpan/lennon/362/english/acoustics.htm#tablefrequenciesnotes

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Just to add a little side note (pun intended) to Fruny''s post: middle C is at ~263 Hz (different standards defined it differently) and the doubling or halving of the frequency over which you increase or decrease the pitch by one octave is called a harmonic, as in harmony - frequencies that sound perfect in unison.

The closest standard around to you is the MIDI standard - Googling for a MIDI note frequency table always yields results.





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