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#beginquote# I'm not exactly sure if this is right, but your largest tube would be your lowest note and your smallest tube would be your highest note. From the largest tube to the smallest your notes would just be a full octave from D to D. This includes flats and sharps. If you have one, you can check your notes by piano. Thats what I did with mine. #endquote#
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