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#beginquote# What difference does that make? They simply learn another clef. It's what strings have to do. I just don't get how like, on a Bb instrument, they say that when they play a C, it sounds like a Bb. Well um... then it's not a C, it's a Bb. Why do they use that termonology? If it sounds like a Bb, it's a Bb, not a C, so it makes no sense to me how they say their C sounds like a Bb. C = C, Bb = Bb. C sounds like a C no matter what. #endquote#
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