In the next set of lessons, you will see a Tritone lit up on your instrument and you will write it in music notation.
Usually, when you write a tritone, one of the notes will be an accidental, and the other will be natural.
The only place that a Tritone naturally occurs is between the 4th and 7th degrees of the Major Scale.
In the key of C, this is between F and B.
Any other time you write a tritone, it will require an sharp or flat.
Tritones go by many names:
The tritone is interesting because it exactly splits the octave into two equal parts.
An octave spans 12 semitones, and a Tritone spans 6 semitones.
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