# Do Re Mi ... Interval List (Tone Differences)

This is a list of all music intervals possible with Do Re Mi Fa Sol La Ti Do (Tonic Sol-fa).

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From to**Do-Do**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a prime. That is 0 steps or 0 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a prime. That is 0 steps or 0 half steps.

**Do-Re**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a major second. That is 1 steps or 2 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a minor seventh. That is 5 steps or 10 half steps.

**Do-Mi**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a major third. That is 2 steps or 4 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a minor sixth. That is 4 steps or 8 half steps.

**Do-Fa**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a perfect fourth. That is 2.5 steps or 5 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a perfect fifth. That is 3.5 steps or 7 half steps.

**Do-So**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a perfect fifth. That is 3.5 steps or 7 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a perfect fourth. That is 2.5 steps or 5 half steps.

**Do-La**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a major sixth. That is 4.5 steps or 9 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a minor third. That is 1.5 steps or 3 half steps.

**Do-Ti**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a major seventh. That is 5.5 steps or 11 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a minor second. That is 0.5 steps or 1 half steps.

**Re-Do**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a minor seventh. That is 5 steps or 10 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a major second. That is 1 steps or 2 half steps.

**Re-Re**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a prime. That is 0 steps or 0 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a prime. That is 0 steps or 0 half steps.

**Re-Mi**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a major second. That is 1 steps or 2 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a minor seventh. That is 5 steps or 10 half steps.

**Re-Fa**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a minor third. That is 1.5 steps or 3 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a major sixth. That is 4.5 steps or 9 half steps.

**Re-So**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a perfect fourth. That is 2.5 steps or 5 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a perfect fifth. That is 3.5 steps or 7 half steps.

**Re-La**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a perfect fifth. That is 3.5 steps or 7 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a perfect fourth. That is 2.5 steps or 5 half steps.

**Re-Ti**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a major sixth. That is 4.5 steps or 9 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a minor third. That is 1.5 steps or 3 half steps.

**Mi-Do**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a minor sixth. That is 4 steps or 8 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a major third. That is 2 steps or 4 half steps.

**Mi-Re**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a minor seventh. That is 5 steps or 10 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a major second. That is 1 steps or 2 half steps.

**Mi-Mi**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a prime. That is 0 steps or 0 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a prime. That is 0 steps or 0 half steps.

**Mi-Fa**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a minor second. That is 0.5 steps or 1 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a major seventh. That is 5.5 steps or 11 half steps.

**Mi-So**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a minor third. That is 1.5 steps or 3 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a major sixth. That is 4.5 steps or 9 half steps.

**Mi-La**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a perfect fourth. That is 2.5 steps or 5 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a perfect fifth. That is 3.5 steps or 7 half steps.

**Mi-Ti**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a perfect fifth. That is 3.5 steps or 7 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a perfect fourth. That is 2.5 steps or 5 half steps.

**Fa-Do**

**Fa-Re**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a major sixth. That is 4.5 steps or 9 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a minor third. That is 1.5 steps or 3 half steps.

**Fa-Mi**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a major seventh. That is 5.5 steps or 11 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a minor second. That is 0.5 steps or 1 half steps.

**Fa-Fa**

**Fa-So**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a major second. That is 1 steps or 2 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a minor seventh. That is 5 steps or 10 half steps.

**Fa-La**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a major third. That is 2 steps or 4 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a minor sixth. That is 4 steps or 8 half steps.

**Fa-Ti**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a tritone. That is 3 steps or 6 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a tritone. That is 3 steps or 6 half steps.

**So-Do**

**So-Re**

**So-Mi**

**So-Fa**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a minor seventh. That is 5 steps or 10 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a major second. That is 1 steps or 2 half steps.

**So-So**

**So-La**

**So-Ti**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a major third. That is 2 steps or 4 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a minor sixth. That is 4 steps or 8 half steps.

**La-Do**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a minor third. That is 1.5 steps or 3 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a major sixth. That is 4.5 steps or 9 half steps.

**La-Re**

**La-Mi**

**La-Fa**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a minor sixth. That is 4 steps or 8 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a major third. That is 2 steps or 4 half steps.

**La-So**

**La-La**

**La-Ti**

**Ti-Do**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a minor second. That is 0.5 steps or 1 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a major seventh. That is 5.5 steps or 11 half steps.

**Ti-Re**

**Ti-Mi**

**Ti-Fa**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a tritone. That is 3 steps or 6 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a tritone. That is 3 steps or 6 half steps.

**Ti-So**

- If the second note is the higher note, then the interval is ascending and a minor sixth. That is 4 steps or 8 half steps.
- If the second note is the lower note, then the interval is descending and a major third. That is 2 steps or 4 half steps.