How to read the basic notes tone of the particles

How to read the basic notes tone of the particles

 

How to read the basic notes tone of the particles
How to read the basic notes tone of the particles

 

The one in the picture despite its name is G key, but the tone is C = C (Do)

If there is a crescent (#) it means the base tone is changed.

1 # C = G
2 # C = D
3 # C = A
4 # C = E
5 # C = B
6 # C = F # / Gb

The formula is gini nich, if no crescents (#) C = C if there is a sharp mark (#) one then stay added 3.5 tones or transpose up 7 times from tone C, the result met tone G, C = G. If there is a crescend (#) two just add 3.5 tones or transpose up 7 times from the G note, call D, C = D, take the G note from the first one or C = G sequence. Etc…

And if there is a sign b, the basic tone change like this.

1 b C = F
2 b C = A # / Bb
3 b C = D # / Eb
4 b C = G # / Ab
5 b C = C # / Db
6 b C = F # / Gb

The formula is almost the same as the # like this ¬†difference, if no sign (b) C = C if there is a sign (b) one then stay subtract 3.5 tones or transpose down 7 times from tone C, the result met tone F, C = F. If there is a sign (b) two just subtract 3.5 tones or transpose down 7 times from the F note, make the note A #, C = A #, take the F note of the first sign (b) sequence or C = F. Etc…

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