Something I noticed about Key Signatures

So as I am in the process of writing a patent application for a musical instruction tool here, only partially seen at present. I noticed not every note in the musical alphabet had a corresponding key sign associated with it? Did that make the note designation irrelevant or invalid? No, because even though some notes do not have their very own key signs they can nevertheless be referenced as a so named musical note in certain contexts. So you go D# and G# stand tall with your enharmonic bretheren knowing full well the truth of your sonic brilliance!

One thought on “Something I noticed about Key Signatures

  1. This is someone I trust I am surprised you dont know that

    On Mon, Apr 6, 2020 at 4:59 PM idealisticaspirationsunltd.art wrote:

    > guitarbeau posted: ” So as I am in the process of writing a patent > application for a musical instruction tool here, only partially seen at > present. I noticed not every note in the musical alphabet had a > corresponding key sign associated with it? Did that make the note design” >

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