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#beginquote# A flat note is a note a half step lower than the note being flattened. For example, a Bb is a half step lower than B. A sharp note is a note a half step higher than the note being sharpened. For example, a C# is a half step higher than a C. Don't worry about double sharps and double flats yet, because you probably won't be using them for a while. Some notes are a whole step lower when flattened. These are: Cb (which goes to B), and Fb (which goes to E). Some notes are a whole step higher when sharpened. These are: B# (which goes to C), D# (which goes to E), and E# (which goes to F) #endquote#
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