A sequence of musical notes in ascending or descending order of pitch.

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How do I find the accompaigning low-pitch note when playing fingerstyle?

If you're trying to learn a song by ear for example, how do you find the backing note to go along whith what you are playing? For example, when playing canon in D, you first start with the D string ...
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Guitar Grimoire & Chord Compatibility question

There's a guitar reference book called Guitar Grimoire scales and modes. A chord is said to be compatible with a scale if all of its tones already are present in the scale. The Bebop Major scale, ...
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Broken keys on Casio Celviano AP-21 digital piano

I have a Casio electric piano with weighted keys that I bought in the year 2000. I've loved it but now some critical keys suddenly stopped working -- just no sound at all -- from middle C down to the ...
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What Moods have been associated with D-Flat major? [closed]

This may be a rather open question, but how has the mood of D-Flat major been qualified?
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Is it possible to play “Juke - little Walter” on a diatonic harmonica key of C?

My harmonica is a marine band key of C, and i have another cheap Chinese key of D. Little Walter played Juke on a key of A harmonica and i can't find the tabs for a key of C harmonica, so is it ...
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What is this jazz scale?

I was jamming on a music piece and found that this scale fits the harmony. I have found the scale by using my ear, I see it is very similar to diminished F scale but can't find what scale it is. ...
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Please tell me! Which scale this artist uses ? [Phrygian dominant scale , Melodic Minor, Arabian Scale or What else ?] [closed]

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 ...
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cause effect relationship between emotions and a scale [closed]

Does our wish to express emotion drive the song to travel to different notes (either up or down) of a scale?
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The use of the root note in a scale

I found an article on Cyberfret.com showing how to play C major scale : The Whole Guitar Neck Mapped Out Ref. Pattern 3 Well, I can guess how to play the pattern number 3 but, what the purpose ...
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How to know what scale or what is the key of the composition(lyrics and singing) is this song?

I always have trouble finding the key of the song, actually when ever I write a song just lyrics and I know how I sing it I mean I know the composition, but I don’t get to know what should be what ...
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How are blues chords constructed from the scale

I know that progressions based on the chords E7,A7 and B7 form the basic rhythm guitar section of a blues song. These chords dont seem to strictly lie on the blues scale. Why do these chords harmonize ...
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Help me in this chord progression analysis please [closed]

Verse is in G major key Then it comes bridge: Am B7 Em A7 Am D C And then a typical C lydian progression (G major again) for the chorus Id like to understand whhich modulations are occurring in the ...
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How can I understand what scale should I use?

For example, I want to play "I Chase the Devil" from Max Romeo. The chords are easy even for a newbie like me. But I want to add some flavour in the playing. Can I do this with scales? And if i can, ...
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Are modes and scales the same? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What is the difference between a mode and a scale? Are modes and scales not the same? If not, how are modes different from scales?
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What are the benefits of practicing scales for a guitar player? [duplicate]

I see that scales are accepted as a great method of learning music. So I have been practicing the C major scale over 2 octaves at 7th position: ...
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Which two keys are half step apart? And which two are a whole step apart? For guitar [closed]

I know it on a piano,but not on a guitar. This is needed in order to understand what a major scale is? Could anyone also explain what major scales are? There are a ascending and descending scales... ...
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2 guitar progression [closed]

These are progression from a song that I was playing with a friend but we don't understand it at all. Can somebody please explain conceptually why they sound good when played together i.e first ...
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Question about music [closed]

musician, and I really love music... recently i have been listening to artist called avicii .. and I noticed that something special happens with him.. he is not playing regular notes .. his melodies ...