|APPENDIX C: Table of Note Frequencies
Use this to calculate sampling rates for mistuned instruments. For example, if you have an instrument at 8363Hz that plays an A-2 but you want it to play a C-2, the appropriate sampling rate is 8363 * 261.7 / 440 Hz = 4974 Hz
All values are given in Hz.
(supplied by Chris Craig, author of GoldWave)
C - 261.7 E - 329.6 G# - 415.3
C# - 277.2 F - 349.2 A - 440.0
D - 293.7 F# - 370.0 A# - 466.2
D# - 311.1 G - 392.0 B - 493.9
Bear in mind that doubling the sampling rate raises a sound by one octave, halving the rate lowers the note by one octave.
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