## Note to Frequency Calculator

If you want to calculate the frequency of a note in reference you can use the following calculator. Again you can change the reference pitch if you need to. The frequencies of the notes of the **8 registers of a piano **in standard tuning are **listed** in a table** below.**

## Which frequency is which note?

In the table below you will find the musical notes of the 8 registers of a piano and their respective frequency in Hertz, based on A4 = 440 Hz. A440 is the standard pitch in music and the following frequencies are based on the 12-TET equal temperament.

## 0C 16 C# 17 D 18 D# 20 E 21 F 22 F# 23 G 25 G# 26 A 28 A# 29 B 31 |
## 1C 33 C# 35 D 37 D# 39 E 41 F 44 F# 46 G 49 G# 52 A 55 A# 58 B 62 |
## 2C 65 C# 69 D 73 D# 78 E 82 F 87 F# 93 G 98 G# 104 A 110 A# 117 B 124 |
## 3C 131 C# 139 D 147 D# 156 E 165 F 175 F# 185 G 196 G# 208 A 220 A# 233 B 247 |
## 4C 262 C# 278 D 294 D# 311 E 330 F 349 F# 370 G 392 G# 415 A 440 A# 466 B 494 |
## 5C 523 C# 554 D 587 D# 622 E 659 F 699 F# 740 G 784 G# 831 A 880 A# 932 B 988 |
## 6C 1047 C# 1109 D 1175 D# 1245 E 1319 F 1397 F# 1475 G 1568 G# 1661 A 1760 A# 1865 B 1976 |
## 7C 2093 C# 2218 D 2349 D# 2489 E 2637 F 2794 F# 2960 G 3136 G# 3322 A 3520 A# 3729 B 3951 |
## 8C 4186 C# 4435 D 4699 D# 4978 E 5274 F 5588 F# 5920 G 6272 G# 6645 A 7040 A# 7459 B 7902 |

Excellent!

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Thank you! That annoying TV noise is a slightly flat B9. Mystery solved.

what the hel is flat b9. B flat?

bflat is a#

Steve’s TV “hel” noise is a close, but lower-pitched 9th octave B. Mystery solved again!

B of 9th octave, but slightly less hz

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