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The basic idea of the melodic minor scale is to be able to traverse the minor scale by step use the leading tone while avoiding the augmented 2nd interval. It may seem random when you use melodic and when you use natural minor scale degrees, but there is a very simple test: Are you going to the tonic or are you leaving the tonic? I'll give a few common ...


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To determine chords to play from a major scale; take C Major Scale - C D E F G A B C Major Scale harmony (the chords): C major D minor E minor F major G major A minor B minor b5 You can apply the chord in the above order to all major scales.


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It's the same scale, you just start on a different note. For example if you start on the 8th fret, you will play the notes C, D, E, G, A. It's all the same scale just where you start is different and there are many places you can play it on the neck of your guitar. This picture shows everywhere that you can play the A minor pentatonic scale. The red dot ...


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You ask how you can understand. Each key (of which there are 12 majors and their relative minors- more later) have basically six main chords which are found in each. Going alphabetically, they are, starting with the key name itself, major, minor, minor, major, major and minor. As in, for example, key of C maj.: Cmaj, Dmin, Emin, Fmaj, Gmaj and Amin. For ...


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In short, it's a way of approaching scales based on regular divisions of one or more octaves. Schillinger used the term symmetric scale to describe a set of notes increasing by the same interval. These include: the chromatic scale (each note on a piano) the whole-tone scale (a whole step between neighbor notes, 6 notes per octave) the notes of the ...



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