Definition for: Chromatic semitone
A half step which includes the same note name. For example, D to D sharp (#) is a chromatic semitone. A half step equates to one fret in either direction on a guitar, and a whole step is two. For a note like A (with both a flat and a sharp) there are chromatic semitones on either side of it.
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