## Octave |

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Abbreviation | P8 |

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In **octave** (*octavus*: eighth) or **perfect octave** (sometimes called the **diapason**^{[2]} is the ^{[3]} The interval between the first and second harmonics of the

In music notation, notes separated by an octave (or multiple octaves) have the same

To emphasize that it is one of the *8 ^{a}* or

- explanation and definition
- octave equivalence
- music theory
- notation
- octave bands and fractional octave bands
- see also
- references
- external links

For example, if one note has a frequency of 440 *n* is an integer), such as 2, 4, 8, 16, etc. and the reciprocal of that series. For example, 55 Hz and 440 Hz are one and two octaves away from 110 Hz because they are ^{1}⁄_{2} (or

The number of octaves between two frequencies is given by the formula:

The octave is defined by ^{[4]} as the unit of

Other Languages

العربية: جواب (موسيقى)

беларуская: Актава

беларуская (тарашкевіца): Актава

български: Октава

català: Octava (música)

čeština: Oktáva (hudba)

dansk: Oktav

Deutsch: Oktave

eesti: Oktav

Ελληνικά: Οκτάβα

español: Octava

Esperanto: Okto

فارسی: اکتاو

français: Octave (musique)

Frysk: Oktaaf

galego: Oitava

한국어: 옥타브

հայերեն: Օկտավա

hrvatski: Oktava

Ido: Oktavo

Bahasa Indonesia: Oktaf

íslenska: Áttund

italiano: Ottava (musica)

עברית: אוקטבה

ქართული: ოქტავა

қазақша: Октава

latviešu: Oktāva

lietuvių: Oktava

magyar: Oktáv

Bahasa Melayu: Oktaf

Nederlands: Octaaf (muziek)

日本語: オクターヴ

norsk: Oktav

norsk nynorsk: Oktav

occitan: Octava (solfegi)

oʻzbekcha/ўзбекча: Oktava

polski: Oktawa (interwał)

português: Oitava

română: Octavă

русский: Октава

Simple English: Octave

slovenčina: Hlasová oktáva

کوردی: ئۆکتەیڤ

српски / srpski: Октава (музика)

srpskohrvatski / српскохрватски: Oktava

suomi: Oktaavi

svenska: Oktav

ไทย: อ็อกเทฟ

Türkçe: Oktav

українська: Октава

Tiếng Việt: Quãng tám

中文: 八度