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    middle C = C5?

    Hi, I just purchased the World Instruments and am trying to make sense of all the instrument ranges. I simply need to know, with all the ranges, is C5 middle C? Thanks, Joe

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    Re: middle C = C5?

    I don't own the same library, but here in North America, middle C is normally C3.
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    Re: middle C = C5?

    Quote Originally Posted by playz123 View Post
    I don't own the same library, but here in North America, middle C is normally C3.
    Thanks, I did some digging around through the Garritan website and learned, at least in the World Instruments sound library, middle C is C4 . . .

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    Re: middle C = C5?

    Then they aren't following NA standards, rather European ones. Keep digging and you'll discover that most libraries here use C3, but yes much depends on the developer. Just be aware that you'll see either C3 or C4. Tuning can also vary.
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