Convert pitch between Hz and music notation
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The frequency of a pitch in Hertz (Hz) is the number of cycles per second. For example, an A 440 has a pitch of 440 Hz, 440 vibrations per second.
This page uses so-called scientific pitch notation. The C near the lower threshold of hearing is denoted C0. The C one octave higher is C1. The C two octaves above C0 is C2, etc. Middle C is C4.
Notes besides C's take their octave number from the nearest C below. For example, the lowest note on a standard piano is A0, the A above C0. More details here.
In the form above use 'b' (the second letter of the English alphabet) for flat symbol ♭. So, for example, Eb4 is the E-flat above middle C.
If a frequency doesn't correspond exactly to a chromatic note, the difference is given in cents, where a cent is a hundredth of a semitone. For example, 440 Hz is A4 and 450 Hz is A4 + 39 cents.
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