Brass Pitch Tendencies

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Brass Pitch Tendencies
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2012-07-01 01:16:59
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  1. What is wrong with the Low C# on the Trumpet when it comes with tuning?
    • Sharp
    • Throw out the 3rd Valve
  2. What is wrong with the Low D on the Trumpet, with it comes to tuning?
    • Sharp
    • Throw Out the 3rd Valve
  3. What is wrong with the G#/Ab, in the staff, on the Trumpet when it comes to tuning?
    Flat
  4. What is wrong with the D, 4th line, on the trumpet when it comes to tuning?
    Flat
  5. What is wrong with the D#/Eb, in the staff, on the Trumpet, when it comes to tuning?
    Flat
  6. What is wrong with E, in the staff, on the trumpet when it comes to tuning?
    Flat
  7. Which partial tends to be FLAT in the Harmonic Series?
    FIFTH PARTIAL
  8. What is wrong with the C#, 4 lines below the staff, on the French Horn?
    Sharp
  9. What is the problem with the D, 4 ledger lines below the staff, on the French Horn?
    Sharp
  10. What is the problem with the Ab, 2 ledger lines below the staff, on the French Horn?
    Flat
  11. What is the problem with the D, just below the staff, on the French Horn?
    Flat
  12. What is the problem with Eb, 1st line, on the French Horn?
    Flat
  13. What is the problem with E, 1st line, on the French Horn?
    Flat
  14. What is the problem with the F#, 3 ledger lines below, on the Bb side of the French Horn?
    Sharp
  15. What is the problem with the G, 2 ledger lines below, on the Bb side of the French Horn?
    Sharp
  16. What is the problem with the Db, just below the staff, on the Bb Side of the French Horn?
    Flat
  17. What is the problem with G, 2nd line, on the Bb side of the French Horn?
    Flat
  18. What is the problem with the Ab, 2nd space, on the Bb Side of the French Horn?
    Flat
  19. What is the problem with the A, 2nd space, on the Bb Side of the French Horn?
    Flat
  20. What is the problem with B, 2nd line, on the Baritone?
    Sharp
  21. What is the problem with C, 2nd space, on the Baritone?
    Sharp
  22. What is the problem with Gb, top space, on the Baritone?
    Flat
  23. What is the problem with middle C, on the Baritone?
    Flat
  24. What is the problem with Db, just above the staff, on the Baritone?
    Flat
  25. What is the problem with D, just above the staff, on the Baritone?
    Flat
  26. What is the problem with a B, 2 ledger lines below the staff, on the Tuba?
    Sharp
  27. What is the problem with C, 2 ledger lines below the staff, on the Tuba?
    Sharp
  28. What is the problem with Gb, 1st line, on the Tuba?
    Flat
  29. What is the problem with C, 2nd space, on the Tuba?
    Flat
  30. What is the problem with Db, 3rd line, on the Tuba?
    Flat
  31. What is the problem with D, 3rd line, on the Tuba?
    Flat
  32. Which overtones are in tune?
    1, 2, 4, 8, 16.
  33. Which overtones are slightly sharp?
    3, 6, 12
  34. Which overtones are slight flat?
    5, 10
  35. Which overtones are very flat?
    7 & 14.
  36. If the note is flat due to fingering, but the overtone is in tune, what is it?
    Flat.
  37. If the note is sharp due to overtone, but the fingering is in tune, what is it?
    Sharp
  38. If the note is sharp due to fingering, but the overtone is in tune, what is it?
    Sharp
  39. If the note is flat due to overtone, but the fingering is in tune, what is it?
    Flat.
  40. If the note is sharp due to overtone, but the fingering is flat, what is it?
    Ok.
  41. If the note is flat due to overtone, but the fingering is sharp, what is it?
    Ok

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