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comment What are the patterns of the minor scales
In the C minor natural example, there are three semitones. But the description of the natural minor says there are two
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comment What are the patterns of the minor scales
I think you mixed up the descriptions for natural and harmonic minors. In your description for natural, you said there are 2 semitones, but in your example there are 3. For harmonic, you said there are 3 semitones, but in your example there are 2
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comment What are the patterns of the minor scales
@jjmusicnotes I am asking for it to be presented in a more simple way, because the internet is very specific and theoretical. I don't understand a lot of that language