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 ====== Music Note ====== ====== Music Note ======
  
-  * **note**: each note is corresponding to a certain pitch/​frequency. written with 7 letters from "​ABCDEFG",​ with additional number refering the octave range. like A4 = 440Hz, C4 = 261.6 Hz+  * **note**: each note is corresponding to a certain pitch/​frequency. written with 7 letters from "​ABCDEFG",​ with additional number refering the octave range. like A4 = 440Hz, C4 = 261.6 Hz ([[https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=Rt3EAPDn-Ug|Change of A4 frequency standards in history]])
   * **Semitone**: ​ the smallest distance measured in western music, the distance between any 2 nearby note/key in piano.   * **Semitone**: ​ the smallest distance measured in western music, the distance between any 2 nearby note/key in piano.
     * semitone notation for measure 2 notes:     * semitone notation for measure 2 notes:
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       - **diatonic semitone**: measure two notes using different letter, like C and Db       - **diatonic semitone**: measure two notes using different letter, like C and Db
   * **Whole tone** (Tone) = 2x **Semitone**   * **Whole tone** (Tone) = 2x **Semitone**
 +  * **microtone**:​ intervals smaller than a semitone, also called "​microintervals"​
 +    * demo of a microtonal guitar: https://​www.youtube.com/​watch?​v=zGahJ-FaKjY
  
   * **solfeggio syllables**:​ sing words corresponding to notes within the Scale'​s octave, with Do refering to "the start/first Note of the Scale"   * **solfeggio syllables**:​ sing words corresponding to notes within the Scale'​s octave, with Do refering to "the start/first Note of the Scale"