b-natural flat on keyless flute?
On a keyless wooden flute, when the lower octave G is in tune, the 2nd and 3rd octaves are as well. Bottom D is slightly sharp (5 cents), and in general all notes in the bottom two octaves are reasonably well in tune except for B and C#, both of which are about 20 cents flat in both octaves. (C-naturals are in tune). This is my first flute made for ITM although I have played the Baroque flute and the silver flute for many years. Is this amount of flatness typical or acceptable? I’ve read that a flat C# is needed to obtain an acceptable C natural, but can’t find anything about B (natural).