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#beginquote# loudness is relative to what octave the instrument is playing in. Higher notes tend to be ouder than lower notes. Given this: if everyone is playing the same note. Concert f for example. Bass clar. are the softest clar flute baritone tuba trumpet/sax- tie for the loudest This my what I have found in my experience Actually percussion is the loudest, but I assumed you were refering to wind instruments. If you add strings then it goes from baas/softest to cello to viola to violin/loudest. Some people think that bigger is louder. This is not the case. higher notes acoustically penetrate the air more #endquote#
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