# What is the frequency one octave above 440 Hz?

Frequency of Middle C

A-almost-an-octave-above-middle-C is at | 440 Hz |
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Raise a fifth to E-more-than-an-octave-above-middle-C | 440(3/2)=660 Hz |

Lower an octave to E-just-above-middle-C | 660/2=330Hz |

Raise a fifth to B-almost-an-octave-above-middle-C | 330(3/2)=495 |

Lower one octave to B-immediately-below-middle-C | 495/2=247.5Hz |

A.

### How many Hertz is an octave?

For example, if one note has a frequency of

**440 Hz**, the note one octave above is at**880 Hz**, and the note one octave below is at**220 Hz**. The ratio of frequencies of two notes an octave apart is therefore 2:1.#### What octave number is middle C?

Octave nomenclature. Middle C (the fourth C key from left on a standard**88**-key piano keyboard) is designated C_{4}in scientific pitch notation, the most commonly recognized in auditory science, while both C_{4}and the Helmholtz designation c' are used in musical studies.#### How many octaves can Brendon Urie do?

- All of Brendon Urie vocal range consisting of**four octaves**and seven notes( (D2 - C7),displayed with live and studio notes. This is one of the most amazing register for a tenor singer of all time.#### How many half steps are there in an octave?

Perfect octave, 6 whole steps or**12 half steps**: Augmented octave,**6 1/2**whole steps or**13 half steps**: Diminished octave,**5 1/2**whole steps or**11 half steps**: See I > Intervals for related entries.

B.

### What is octave frequency band?

An

**octave band**is a**frequency band**where the highest**frequency**is twice the lowest**frequency**. For example, an**octave**filter with a centre**frequency**of 1kHz has a lower**frequency**of 707Hz and an upper**frequency**of 1.414kHz. Any**frequencies**below and above these limits are rejected.#### What is octave band in noise?

When more detailed information about a complex**sound**is needed, the frequency range of 20Hz to 20kHz can be split into sections or**bands**. This is done electronically within a**sound**level meter. These**bands**usually have a bandwidth of one**octave**or one third**octave**.#### Is frequency logarithmic?

**Logarithmic**scales of**frequency**and amplitude. The**frequency**difference between C' and C'' is 264 Hz; betwen C'' and C''' it is 528Hz, twice as large. One octave is not a fixed**frequency**difference but a**frequency**ratio of 2:1. The size of each semitone in Hz gets larger as we go higher up the musical scale (figure 1).#### What is a logarithmic graph?

A**logarithmic scale**is a nonlinear**scale**used when there is a large range of quantities. Common uses include earthquake strength, sound loudness, light intensity, and pH of solutions.**Logarithmic**scales are also used in slide rules for multiplying or dividing numbers by adding or subtracting lengths on the scales.

Updated: 2nd October 2019