This has probably been asked a lot here but I can't seem to find the question, sorry if I'm repeating it.
I know the definitions of the different modes I just want to incorporate them, being able to play all of them and, perhaps develop some ear while listening to others.
An example, the only difference between F lydian and F lonian is that the first uses B natural and the other uses B flat. That means that if I'm playing a series of chords that don't involve nor B natural nor B flat I really can't tell if I'm playing F lydian or F lonian. I think to make a difference between those modes I have to emphasize which B I'm playing.
I've heard that a common mistake is trying to compose a melody in lydian mode and after listening to it, it turns out it was actually in another mode, say dorian. How to about doing that?
Any tips, exercises, suggestions that I can do to practice each mode?
Thanks in advance!