Is there a software which converts a rhythm or a piece played on a piano into sheet music?
In 12 tone equal temperament, why are the notes named c, c#, d, d#, e, f, f#, g, g#, a, a#, b, instead of something else?
In 12 tone equal temperament, why are the notes named c, c#, d, d#, e, f, f#, g, g#, a, a#, b, instead of, for example, c, c#, c##, c###, c####, d, e, f, g, a, b, b#, OR c, c#, d, d#, e, e#, f, f#, g, ...
The below picture shoes a part of the notes from Mozart's Alla Turca. It occurs quite early on my note sheet, so it is likely to be found on the first page of whatever note sheet you may have it on. ...
How can I find sheet music for melodies with only natural notes (i.e. with no sharps or flats). I would prefer to avoid musical notation but find sources with just "letter-names". This is because I'm ...
I mean, there are people who can't sing melodies correctly but they are able to play the guitar perfectly. Will such person be able to play the trumpet? When you hit the note on the trumpet do you ...
My son just got a litle fischer price four note "piano". The notes are F, A, C, and E, I think. At any rate they seem to pair as consecutive thirds: Major, minor, Major; forming a Major 7th all ...
I have a rather odd situation that requires I play a song that contains notes of all the same duration(all quarter notes, half notes, whatever). A song such as Jingle Bells is about as close as I ...
When laying out the notes in the two-dimensional Wicki-Hayden layout, which is the most symmetrical layout I know of, it is visually clear that D is the "most central" note. Why, then, doesn't D play ...
Let's say I have the note A 440Hz and the frequency 450Hz. How do I calculate the distance in cents between that note and that frequency?