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    The in-between notes are named with sharps (#) and flats (b). A sharp is half a step up, and a flat is half a step down. For example, a "Bb" (or "B flat") is half a step down from the B note, but not yet an A. An "F#" (or "F sharp") is half a step up from F, but not get a G.
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