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Minor pentationic and Dorian are fairly popular in funk. Experiment with Dorian, it's one scale you must learn if you're into funk.
No. 2. C blues. Really, that's all I wanted to say.
To answer the first part of the question, yes. It is safe to create a melody with the G major scale if the song is in G major. Obviously, if the melody sounds good to you it doesn't really matter what scale you are using. For example, one of the go to scales in rock music is the Pentatonic scale. Quite often musicians will actually use the minor scale of ...
When you pick a key for a song and you use the notes in that scale... There are reasons why you would want to move to notes that are not in the scale but for the most part yes you do stay in the notes that form part of the scale. And does the octave of each note matter? I'm not sure what you mean here. Do you mean does it matter which G you play? ...
Well, of course later on there will bemany more aspects, like modal playing, chromatic runs and so on, but I think this is not the kind of answer you're looking for. To keep it as simple as you did: Basically yes, you use the same notes for all instruments involved, and the octave doesn't matter. If you're in the key of G Major, You can play the notes from ...
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