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Tuning a Rhodes

Discussion in 'Recording' started by MadMax, Mar 30, 2004.

  1. MadMax

    MadMax Well-Known Member

    Uhhhhhh,

    Pleese, uh......

    grovel,

    uhmmmmmm,


    Kinda caught wid' me drawerz 'round mah ankles.

    Anyone got a frequency to A440 scale in a jpg I could promise to either NEVER lose it again!?!??

    or will delete immediately after a one copy print?

    Thanx is not the words.

    Max
     
  2. cprieb

    cprieb Guest

    Hi
    So what you want is a table with the frequencies of the notes?
    The frequency relation corresponding to a semitone is 2^(1/12). Thus you just have to multiply 440 by 2^(n/12), (where n is the number of semitones from the A440) to obtain the higher notes frequencies. For the lower notes you divide instead of multiplying.
    Hope it helps
    C├ęsar
     

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