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www.zytrax.com/tech/audio/audio.html

Zytrax Tech Stuff - audio introduction, frequencies of 10 octaves, frequencies of common sounds and instruments, table listing frequency ranges, overtones and undertones for many instruments. American Standard Pitch, Internation Standard Pitch, equal tempering and equal temperment.

www.guitarbuilding.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Instrument-Sound-EQ-Chart.pdf

flute trombone trumpet tuba strings winds vocals drums keys alto sax (reed buzz 6-7k) the frequency spectrum, instrument ranges, and eq tips honk 250-300 hz squawk 1k honk 400 hz squawk 2k tenor sax (reed buzz 5-6k) (sax close mic’d key noise set hpf @ 200 hz) this document ©2003 waterline media, inc.

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Western_concert_flute

The standard concert flute, also called C flute, Boehm flute, silver flute, or simply flute, is pitched in C and has a range of about three and a half octaves starting from the note C 4 . The flute's highest pitch is usually given as either C 7 or (sometimes) D 7; however, more experienced flutists are able to reach up to F# 7.

www.audio-issues.com/music-mixing/all-the-eq-information-youll-ever-need

The lowest frequency range adds fullness to those bass instruments like the kick drum, toms and bass. Cut in the 50 – 100 Hz area if they are getting too thick and interfering with the clarity of the low-end of your mix. It can also add extra punch to dance music, because it adds a dimension of “feeling” the bass instead of hearing it.

ourpastimes.com/what-is-the-flutes-range-12329420.html

The standard range of the Western concert flute extends three octaves. In scientific pitch notation, its lowest note is C4. This pitch is also known as “middle C” and is notated on the first ledger line below the treble staff.

newt.phys.unsw.edu.au/jw/fluteacoustics.html

Frequency response of the flute So now let's look at the acoustic impedance spectrum of the modern flute. We'll choose the fingering used for C#5 and C#6, with nearly all tone holes open. It is shown in the graph below. (This graph covers a wide frequency range, but does not show much fine detail. For more detail, see C#5

www.orchestralibrary.com/reftables/rang.html

Instruments are built with fundamental tones of F, E-flat, BBb, and others in first position. The shape and design varies from straight with slide handle extension to double valve and double slide models. The chioce of which instrument is most appropriate in any given situation is the players chioce.

www.contrabass.com/pages/frequency.html

A table of note vs. frequency, with instrument ranges indicated. A table of frequencies with note names, MIDI note numbers, and instrument ranges Frequencies and Ranges. Note ... alto flute, Eb soprano clarinet, Bb trumpet, flugelhorn, cornet, mandolin C contrabass sarrusophone*

blog.landr.com/eq-cheat-sheet

Choose Your Instruments Wisely. EQ is a valuable tool. But it can only do so much. If you choose a ton of instruments that are all fighting for space in the same frequency range, you’ll have to stretch your EQ pretty far to fit them all in and keep it natural.

hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/Music/flute.html

The flute is made in the form of an open cylindrical air column about 66 cm long. Its fundamental pitch is middle C (C4) and it has a range of about three octaves to C7. Sound is produced from a flute by blowing onto a sharp edge, causing air enclosed in a tube to vibrate.The flute as shown above is a transverse or side-blown flute.