anonymous
  • anonymous
A whole step is the smallest possible interval.
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  • jamiebookeater
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poopsiedoodle
  • poopsiedoodle
I don't get what you're trying to do here...
anonymous
  • anonymous
false, half step is the smallest interval
tanner23456
  • tanner23456
Well, technically there's an infinite number of steps between each note because all you have to do is change the frequency slightly to get a different pitch, but instruments don't work like that so strictly speaking in music theory the smallest interval is a half step.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
Correct! A Half step is the smallest. You move (on a piano) from flat to normal to sharp. Each of those is the same note with a slight half step difference.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thankk you
anonymous
  • anonymous
dat necrobump tho haha
poopsiedoodle
  • poopsiedoodle
stop that omg

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