## How do you calculate the fundamental frequency?

The fundamental frequency is calculated using the formula f = v/2*L where v is the speed of the sound wave, and L is the length of a tube or device the wave is traveling through.

**How do you find the frequency of a tone?**

Starting at any note the frequency to other notes may be calculated from its frequency by: Freq = note x 2 N/12, where N is the number of notes away from the starting note.

**How do you find the frequency of a drum?**

f = V / 2d. V = the velocity of the sound wave which is 1130 ft/sec, where “d” is the dimension in feet and the “f” result found will equal the fundamental frequency.

### How many Hertz is a c2?

65.41

Frequencies for equal-tempered scale, A4 = 440 Hz

Note | Frequency (Hz) | Wavelength (cm) |
---|---|---|

A#1/Bb1 | 58.27 | 592.07 |

B1 | 61.74 | 558.84 |

C2 | 65.41 | 527.47 |

C#2/Db2 | 69.30 | 497.87 |

**How do I find the fundamental frequency of a pipe?**

Since λ=2L λ = 2 L (where L is the length of the pipe) and v=λ⋅f v = λ ⋅ f (where v is the speed of sound of the medium in the pipe, λ is the wavelength, and f is the frequency), we can determine that the fundamental frequency of such a pipe is given by f1=v2L f 1 = v 2 L .

**What does a frequency of 10 Hz equal?**

For a 10Hz signal, one cycle would measure 1/10 or 0.1 seconds.

#### How many Hz is a bass drum?

The frequency range of the bass and drums overlaps in the low frequency range through the low midrange. The attack of the bass is heard between 700 – 1000Hz, while the attack of the kick drum presents information at 3000 to 4000Hz.

**Which frequency is bass?**

60 to 250 Hz

Audio Frequency Subsets

Frequency Subset | Frequency Range |
---|---|

Bass | 60 to 250 Hz |

Lower Midrange | 250 to 500 Hz |

Midrange | 500 Hz to 2 kHz |

Higher Midrange | 2 to 4 kHz |

**What frequencies are bass?**

## What Hz is C4?

261.6 Hz

The frequency doubles again at C4 which is 261.6 Hz, and you can see that all octaves of all notes occur when the frequency doubles.

**What is the frequency range of a bass?**

In Summary. You should have a good general idea of the frequency range of the bass. Remember: 40-400-4000Hz. You also need to remember that the frequency ranges of other instruments overlap with the bass. You’re at the bottom of the range, but your tone bubbles far up into the sonic spectrum.

**How do I calculate the frequency and wavelength of sound?**

To calculate, select the medium or enter the speed of sound, then enter the frequency and click or tap the Calculate button to calculate the wavelength. You can also enter the wavelength and calculate the frequency.

### What is the fundamental range of a 5 string bass?

5-String and 6-String Fundamental Range. Basses with more strings have a wider fundamental range. 5-string and 6-string basses, which commonly have low B-strings, go down to 31Hz. Six-string basses, with an added high C-string, go up 5 more notes to a C on the 24th fret whose fundamental is 523Hz.

**What is the normal tuning of a bass guitar?**

BASS AND UPPER BASS (40-80 Hz/Eto E2) Actually, 41.02 Hz for E1 to 82.4 Hz for E2. For normally tuned bass guitar and upright double bass, note fundamentals extend down to E1, (open E). I would consider bass arbitrarily to be below C2 (65.41 Hz).