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    Question The equivelant of DO RE MI FA SO LA SI DO IN COMPUTER MUSIC

    What are The equivelant of DO RE MI FA SO LA SI DO in computer music , on all daw's you find C1 to C8 im using daw's (windows) wythout knoowing thee things and stuff,can some one expalin the c2...c8 in da'w and the equiveland in pc daw's ? Thank you !

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    Re: The equivelant of DO RE MI FA SO LA SI DO IN COMPUTER MUSIC

    Not really understanding your question but if the first DO = C1 then the last DO, an octave above the first = C2, which begins the sequence again from DO = C2 and ending on DO = C3, etc up to C8. Your are basically repeating the major scale in C, each an octave above the last.

    Are you asking for the musical equivalents? If so, then DO RE MI FA SO LA SI DO = C1, D1, E1, F1, G1, A1, B1, C2, presuming you are starting from C1, of course.

    The sequence DO RE MI FA SO LA SI DO can start from any note, though. It is a major scale. Consequently the F# major scale would still be considered DO RE MI FA SO LA SI DO, just in a different key.

    Hope that makes sense and is some help.
    Last edited by Bucky Ball; March 7th, 2013 at 02:17 AM.

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    Re: The equivelant of DO RE MI FA SO LA SI DO IN COMPUTER MUSIC

    Thanks it wass helpfull !

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    Re: The equivelant of DO RE MI FA SO LA SI DO IN COMPUTER MUSIC

    To add to what Bucky Ball wrote:

    The note names (C1 D1 etc) are not limited to computers and DAWs. They refer to the actual frequencies of he notes. C1 = 32.70 hz whether you a playing a piano, guitar, or MIDI instrument.

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    Re: The equivelant of DO RE MI FA SO LA SI DO IN COMPUTER MUSIC

    Quote Originally Posted by d_in_Conduct View Post
    To add to what Bucky Ball wrote:

    The note names (C1 D1 etc) are not limited to computers and DAWs. They refer to the actual frequencies of he notes. C1 = 32.70 hz whether you a playing a piano, guitar, or MIDI instrument.
    +1. Exactly.

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