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Input interpretation:

minor scale built on A_4


Notes:

A_4 | B_4 | C_5 | D_5 | E_5 | F_5 | G_5 | A_5


Music notation:



Keyboard display:



Alternate scale names:

natural minor\nAeolian\nGregorian scale 2\nAsavari Thaat\n2906 (12-digit binary)


Relative major:

C major


Related modes:

Dorian mode on D\nPhrygian mode on E\nLydian mode on F\nMixolydian mode on G\nLocrian mode on B


Intervals:

 | type | pitch difference\nA_4  to  B_4 | major 2nd | +2 semitones\nB_4  to  C_5 | minor 2nd | +1 semitone\nC_5  to  D_5 | major 2nd | +2 semitones\nD_5  to  E_5 | major 2nd | +2 semitones\nE_5  to  F_5 | minor 2nd | +1 semitone


Pitch-set operations:

set class | 0 2 4 5 7 9 B\ninterval vector class | <2 5 4 3 6 1>\n(B = 11)


Standard frequencies:

A_4 | 440 Hz  (hertz)\nB_4 | 493.883 Hz  (hertz)\nC_5 | 523.251 Hz  (hertz)\nD_5 | 587.33 Hz  (hertz)\nE_5 | 659.255 Hz  (hertz)\n(with middle A tuned to 440 hertz)


MIDI notes:

69 | 71 | 72 | 74 | 76 | 77 | 79 | 81

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