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Subject: Re: Hertz vs. cents

Date: 05/20/01 at 10:14 AM
Posted by: michaelbassett
E-mail: michaelbassett@mindspring.com
Message Posted:

In Reply to: Re: Hertz vs. cents posted by John Dunn - Consultant on 02/12/01 at 9:10 PM:

Hi there,

I'm looking for an equation that will produce a cents value for hertz. Also, I was hoping to get hold of a chart that would tell me what each note on an equal temp keyboard would be in Hertz. Is this info floating around somewhere?

In case you're wondering, I've written a "tuning study" where each pitch is tuned (in a just 11 limit scale) to the pitch preceeding it. Quite strange sounding but interesting...

I've been using pro tools to bend the pitchs but the pitch shifter in the program does not seem to be as precise as one would expect. I think I"m going to have to turn to a Ferograph (or is that pharograph?) to produce exact pitches. Hence needing to know how many hertz the each note in an equal temp scale is and then needing to know how many hertz to bend each note.

Am I making any sense at all?

Please let me know if any of you have suggestions or equations!

Thank you


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