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First of all, I’m gonna answer only for the logic behind 12 notes system.

There are 12 musical notes according to what you said (dont forget those sharps and flats).

If you dont know about musical temperament, then you will be excited to know, that this 12 note system is not the only thing out there. There are even 31 note system, 19 note system, etc.

So what is musical temperament?
It is about how you divide an interval into a series of steps in terms of frequency.
This interval can be an octave, an pseudo-octave, etc.
how we consider an octave. Generally, an octave is considered as the frequency ratio of 2:1.
Which means, Consider a reference frequency, say 440Hz.
The octave end and the begining of the new octave is marked by the note of frequency 880Hz.
Pseudo-octaves or something that are not of the ratio 2:1.

, What is equal Temperament?
Equal Temperament is something when you divide this interval you consider into a series of equal steps, which means, there will be equal frequency ratios between the successive notes. Such system is named as TET or ET. When the interval you consider is an octave, its also prefered to name it as EDO (Equal division of octave).

The current 12 note system, is formed, when you consider the reference note as 440, and the interval is an octave, which means that the interval ranges from frequency 440Hz to 880Hz, and then its divided into 12 equal parts on a logarithmic scale. Thus this 12 note system is also called as 12-TET or 12-EDO.

In 12-EDO, the frequency ratio between two adjacent notes, is the twelfth root of two.

Thus, This is how the 12 EDO system came into existence.

There are lots of films and documentaries about music, but generally, not music as a whole. Most ive seen are films about a specific place and , a specific band or group, or lest often, a specific genre of music. Here’s a few off the top of my head that id watch anytime it came on the tv.




Here’s a few examples:

Monterey Pop (1968)

Gimmie Shelter (1970)

Woodstock (1970)

The Song Remains the Same (1876)

The Last Waltz (1978)

The Kids are Alright (1979)

The Decline of Western Civilization (1981)

Heres a Wikipedia page for more references:

 

 

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