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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of semitones

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of semitones:

Derived Form of semitones

root word: semitone
plural: semitones
root word: semitone
Noun: semitone
the musical interval between adjacent keys on a keyboard instrument
Synonymshalf step*,
Type ofintervals, musical interval*,

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  1. E, then the F is 3 semitones, the G is 5 semitones, the A is 7 semitones,
  2. you lower it by two semitones.
  3. does require you to count out semitones.
  4. They're just unique numbers of semitones away.
  5. So the major third for example is four semitones away.
  6. The fourth is five semitones.
  7. The fifth is seven semitones.
  8. So each interval is a unique amount of semitones.
  9. However I don't suggest that you try to count out semitones.
  10. seven semitones for a fifth every time you need a fifth.
  11. And I've never counted semitones.
  12. As you can see you have all the flavors of cough in there you have all the semitones
  13. I dropped it down 3 semitones and it ended up sounding like this.
  14. Right now we move the grip up and down with semitones
  15. Try to exercise the grip and move it up and down with semitones like this...
  16. tension. The chord tones plus two semitones are called 'available tensions' and they
  17. Now in chromatic scales, there are a lot of semitones.
  18. And semitones require close spacing within the fingers
  19. And then pitch shifting that down seven semitones:
  20. The piano recording was five semitones higher so I just brought it down to B flat major