Originally Posted by Gamedude
I belive my friend told me about this one...It's called Octives; So you go to the one cord the sounds lower or higher then G then C and so on.
Another example of Octives is like this (if u can read tabs)
ves. >_> And tabs don't work here.
And don't forget the black keys. They'll be important. A typical piano has 88 keys to play 88 different notes. The distance between each note is a semitone. (Or something.) For example, C to C#, E to F, F to F#, B to C. And if a note is 1, the note a semitone above that note is 2, the note 2 semitones above is 3, and so on, then the note exactly one octave higher than the first note will be 13. For example, if you label Middle C (256 Hz) as note 1, then the C one ovtave higher would be note 13, and the C two octaves higher would be note 25. So we have an interval of 12 semitones. (At least, that's what I was taught.)
So what is the first note? If the first note you gave us is G and yet you have to translate to G, I don't think G is the first note.