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Please help and tell me if it is possible.

Which scale this artist uses to sound his tracks like that? I know which minor but i can't get what kind of scale.

I mean that I really want to know . Is it Phrygian dominant scale , Melodic Minor, Arabian Scale or What else ?

Here is examples (i added minutes on youtube links,so you dont need listen from beginning . I wrote minors )


(E minor)


(B minor)


(G minor)


(C minor)


(B minor)


( D# minor)


(A minor)

If you can help, i'll be so glad really

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closed as off-topic by Bradd Szonye, Dom, Dave, Shevliaskovic, Kevin Aug 3 '14 at 1:12

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  • "Questions on identifying (or finding) a particular song, genre, instrument, etc. are off-topic since they are rarely useful to future readers." – Bradd Szonye, Dom, Dave, Shevliaskovic, Kevin
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This question appears to be off-topic for reasons discussed here on Music: Practice & Theory Meta. You may wish to contribute to the discussion there. – Bradd Szonye Aug 2 '14 at 1:45
oh why? i didnt understand – Alter Aug 2 '14 at 1:52
Identifying songs, artists, genres, etc. is off-topic here. Currently, we interpret that to also mean identification of song elements like time signature, key, scale, and so forth. But there’s currently a discussion (linked above) about whether we should relax that rule. – Bradd Szonye Aug 2 '14 at 1:54
ok i'm sorry for breaking rules. – Alter Aug 2 '14 at 1:57
It’s OK! You haven’t broken any rules; we just have guidelines for what good questions should look like. I recommend visiting the help center and browsing other questions to see how to write them. It would be helpful if you could edit your question to provide more information, like the name of the composer and what you’ve already figured out about the key and scales. People are more likely to take an interest in your question that way. – Bradd Szonye Aug 2 '14 at 2:01

Oh dear, such a lot to do ! The first uses E F# G A B and C. Since there's no leading note, it's not possible to say exactly, so Em is as close as you can get.

Note Bradd's comments, please. Welcome, but have a look at the guidelines !

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Thanks for answer. it means First one , E natural minor. – Alter Aug 2 '14 at 12:23
It could also mean E harmonic minor - without that crucial note no. 7, it could be either.But not pentatonic, 'cos it has 6 notes. – Tim Aug 2 '14 at 12:26

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