An octave is a sequence of `12`

notes, given by the recurrence relation:

with and starting from the note with .

The following table is an octave table (sequence of pitches) with notes corresponding to frequencies. Each successive frequency is determined by multiplying the previously obtained frequency with .

Note | Frequency (Hz) |
---|---|

440.00 | |

/ | 466.16 |

B | 493.88 |

C | 523.25 |

/ | 554.37 |

D | 587.33 |

/ | 622.25 |

E | 659.26 |

F | 698.46 |

/ | 739.99 |

G | 783.99 |

/ | 830.61 |

the next frequency corresponds to the note in the next octave.

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