Maybe not notation per se, but something that's confusing me. I'm going through a book and it has the names of the notes written like - g' a' b' c" d" e" - etc. I think however many ' marks there are designates the octave you're in, but I'm confused about it a bit.
This book is showing middle C as c', but I was thinking middle C would be c without the ' mark. I'm not sure about the bass clef since I don't see anything for it.
Middle C is C4, and apparently here it's shown as c'. I was thinking that the ' mark meant that it is one octave above middle C. So I think it'd work like this:
C0 - C?
C1 - C?
C2 - C?
C3 - C
C4 - C'
C5 - C"
C6 - C"'
C7 - C""
So how do you designate below C3?