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The transposer MIDI plug-in seems to be able to restrict to a blues scale.


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It looks like the chorus in Lenny is an example of parallel harmony or parallelism. The first chord (the A6) is repeated with different root notes, but otherwise with the exact same intervals and even the same voicing. Arguably the modern godfather of parallelism is Claude Debussy. When asked by his teacher about the "theory" of parallelism, Debussy replied,...


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I understand the concept of the blues scale and its blue notes flat 3rd flat 5th and flat 7th Hmmm... I don't think it's quite that simple. IMO Blues playing is conceptually more about exploring ranges of the octave than being just a set of fixed notes like the major scale: What's the difference between the tritone and the blue note? http://music....



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