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## What is octave below middle C?

An octave higher than middle C is C5, and an octave lower than middle C is C3. The tricky bit about this system is that the octave starts on C and ends on B.

**What is F below middle C?**

The F-clef (also called Bass clef). Figure 3 illustrates another common clef called the F-clef or Bass clef, because it locates the pitch F below middle C on the fourth line (the line centered between the clef’s two dots). The F-line is marked in red and the pitches of other lines are indicated on the figure.

### What frequency is F above middle C?

440 Hz

When calculated in equal temperament with a reference of A above middle C as 440 Hz, the frequency of the F♯ above middle C (or F♯4) is approximately 369.994 Hz. See pitch (music) for a discussion of historical variations in frequency.

**How many octaves above middle C is high C?**

two octaves

In their system, high C is two octaves above Middle C and low C an octave below.

#### What is the C below middle C called?

The C notes immediately below and above middle C are called Bass C and Treble C respectively. The next lower and higher C keys are called low C and high C.

**What frequency is C below middle C?**

In general, the frequency of middle C is between 256 Hz and 280 Hz….Frequency of Middle C.

A-almost-an-octave-above-middle-C is at | 440 Hz |
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Lower one octave to B-immediately-below-middle-C | 495/2=247.5Hz |

## WHAT IS A above middle C?

A440 (also known as Stuttgart pitch) is the musical pitch corresponding to an audio frequency of 440 Hz, which serves as a tuning standard for the musical note of A above middle C, or A4 in scientific pitch notation. It is standardized by the International Organization for Standardization as ISO 16.

**How many octaves are there?**

How many octaves is that? The answer: 10. Sound frequency doubles with each octave, so if we start from the lowest audible C note, “C0”, that’s at 16.35Hz. Note that’s even lower than the lowest note on a piano and just a smidge below the limit of the “official” human hearing range.

### What is the frequency of F 4?

approximately 349.228 Hz

When calculated in equal temperament with a reference of A above middle C as 440 Hz, the frequency of Middle F (F4) is approximately 349.228 Hz. See pitch (music) for a discussion of historical variations in frequency.

**What is the C above high C called?**

Designation by octave

Scientific designation | Helmholtz designation | Other names |
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C3 | c | 4′ C or Tenor C (organ), viola C, Tenor Middle C (Tenor Voice) |

C4 | c′ | Middle C for Sopranos 2′ Organ pipes |

C5 | c′′ | Treble C, Tenor High C (written an octave higher for tenor voices), 1′ Organ Pipes |

C6 | c′′′ | High C (soprano) |

#### Which G is above middle C?

Sol, so, or G is the fifth note of the fixed-do solfège starting on C. As such it is the dominant, a perfect fifth above C or perfect fourth below C. When calculated in equal temperament with a reference of A above middle C as 440 Hz, the frequency of middle G (G4) note is approximately 391.995 Hz.

**What is Do Re Mi pitch called?**

Fixed do solfège

Note name | Pitch class | |
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English | Romance | |

D♯ | Re♯ | 3 |

E♭ | Mi♭ | 3 |

E | Mi | 4 |

## Is there an octave above or below middle C?

An octave above Middle C is C5, an octave below Middle C is C3, etc. In short, the C’s octave range is in play until the next C changes the octave register.

**How many notes are in an octave in music?**

[close] In music there is an octave that is made up of eight notes. It goes C, D, E, F, G, A, B, C, and continues up and down on a standard musical instrument. The middle A, above middle C, has a frequency of 440 Hz. To find the frequency of a note an octave higher the frequency is doubled.

### What is the frequency of Middle a above middle C?

The middle A, above middle C, has a frequency of 440 Hz. To find the frequency of a note an octave higher the frequency is doubled. To find the frequency of a note one octave lower the frequency is halved. Frequency can also go in fifths by using the formula x (3/2) = y where x is the original note and y is the fifth note above the original.

**How to find the frequency of a note one octave lower?**

To find the frequency of a note one octave lower the frequency is halved. Frequency can also go in fifths by using the formula x(3/2) = y where x is the original note and y is the fifth note above the original. Follow the octave going up and down where needed.