A newbie must learn this and get used to it. Furthermore this has implications on the development of the tool: First it needs more tone holes than octavating instruments, because if you want to play scales up, note 9, 10 and 11 need their very own tone hole. This means there ought to be more tone holes than we have
hands. Then the tone hole positions for the lower scale may be different from that of the higher scale,particularly their diameter. Since here's nearly
not possible, the instrumentmaker must find a compromise. The instrument makers before 1700 have not mastered this because they did not have thetheoretical and purposeful historical past.