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These measurements aren't totally accurate, as they've rounded to the nearest half inch to make it look nice. It also looks like you've built a "transposing" pan flute- your "C" is actually an A, and it should play in A major, not C major. Anyway, to find the theoretical correct length for each straw, you want to divide the wavelength of ...


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Theory says that for the notes in between (sharps and flats), the length should be about halfway between each two. That should give you 12tet. However, the lengths quoted may well not be meant for that, and will produce a good sound just in one key. Like Just Intonation. So finding the average of two lengths and dividing by two could easily make the new note ...


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