note/noteNr.

Hz

c1/36

32.70

c#1/37

34.65

d1/38

36.71

d#1/39

38.89

e1/40

41.20

f1/41

43.65

f#1/42

46.25

g1/43

49.00

g#1/44

51.91

a1/45

55.00

a#1/46

58.27

b1/47

61.74

c2/48

65.41

c#2/49

69.30

d2/50

73.42

d#2/51

77.78

e2/52

82.41

f2/53

87.31

f#2/54

92.50

g2/55

98.00

g#2/56

103.83

a2/57

110.00

a#2/58

116.54

b2/59

123.47

c3/60

130.81

c#3/61

138.59

d3/62

146.83

d#3/63

155.56

e3/64

164.81

f3/65

174.61

f#3/66

185.00

g3/67

196.00

g#3/68

207.65

a3/69

220.00

a#3/70

233.08

b3/71

246.94

note/noteNr.

Hz

c4/72

261.63

c#4/73

277.18

d4/74

293.67

d#4/75

311.13

e4/76

329.63

f4/77

349.23

f#4/78

369.99

g4/79

392.00

g#4/80

415.31

a4/81

440.00

a#4/82

466.16

b4/83

493.88

c5/84

523.25

c#5/85

554.37

d5/86

587.33

d#5/87

622.25

e5/88

659.26

f5/89

698.46

f#5/90

739.99

g5/91

783.99

g#5/92

830.61

a5/93

880.00

a#5/94

932.33

b5/95

987.77

c6/96

1046.50

c#6/97

1108.73

d6/98

1174.66

d#6/99

1244.51

e6/100

1318.51

f6/101

1396.91

f#6/102

1479.98

g6/103

1567.98

g#6/104

1661.22

a6/105

1760.00

a#6/106

1864.66

b6/107

1975.53

Frequencies for equal-tempered scale

Fundamental, Harmonics, Partials, Overtones

Terminology (Wikipedia article Harmonic Series and Fundamental Frequency):

“The fundamental tone, often referred to simply as the fundamental and abbreviated fo or Fo, is the lowest frequency in a harmonic series.”
“A partial is any of the sine waves by which a complex tone is described.
A harmonic (or a harmonic partial) is any of a set of partials that are whole number multiples of a common fundamental frequency. This set includes the fundamental, which is a whole number multiple of itself (1 times itself).
An overtone is any partial except the lowest. Overtone does not imply harmonicity or inharmonicity and has no other special meaning other than to exclude the fundamental. This can lead to numbering confusion when comparing overtones to partials; the first overtone is the second partial.
-Some pitched instruments have no overtones by design, sounding only the fundamental. Electronic instruments such as theremins and synthesizers are able to produce pure sine waves. Certain flutes and ocarinas are very nearly without overtones.”

example for the first 7 harmonics of a given fundamental freq of 220Hz:

freq

“overtone”

“harmonic”

“note”

220Hz

fundamental frequency

1st harmonic

a3

440Hz

1st overtone

2nd harmonic

a4

660Hz

2nd overtone

3rd harmonic

e5

880Hz

3rd overtone

4th harmonic

a5

1100Hz

4th overtone

5th harmonic

c#6

1320Hz

5th overtone

6th harmonic

e6

1540Hz

6th overtone

7th harmonic

 

 

 

 

 

online calculator: Sengpielaudio.com

tables1: note<->frq;rampValues
tables2: CC#-usability
tables3: CC#values
tables4: default Mod1 modules
tables5: default Mod2 modules
tables6: default Mod3 modules
tables7: default Mod4 modules