QUOTE(reignmurda @ Nov 10 2005, 04:24 PM)
i know its written as an Eb, but when it is played on a piano or keyboard it sounds wierd, thats why i was hoping for some other suggestions of notes which sound good with it.
And im so sorry if you were unable to read my post with "idiosyncratic spelling and punctuation". However, i do not know what level of intelligence u are.
but back to the question if you would.
I'm guessing from your aversion to using capital letters, and your use of "u" instead of "you", that you are somewhat younger than me (by the way, the Forum Rules state "Avoid using jargon, abbreviations or "text talk"). Since you ask, my measured intelligence quotient is 156, and I have a BSc with First Class honours. Big deal, you might say, but I hope this might help you to agree that I have no reading comprehension problems, as you seem to imply. It's your writing that's at fault. If you doubt me, take your post to your English teacher and ask them to explain the various points at which it's either incorrect or incomprehensible.
Others have pointed out that it's an Eb.