The number of times per second in which a periodic sound's waveform repeats exactly, which gives the sensation of a particular pitch. Also known as Hertz (abbreviated Hz).
The most universal tuning standard reference frequency in the world today is a pitch known as "A=440". This note's waveform exactly repeats itself 440 times per second.
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