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  1. Thread: What is the scale

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    D#obb3 {d#, f, a, c} chord is different to chord...

    D#obb3 {d#, f, a, c} chord is different to chord F7/Eb {eb, f, a, c}from the fact that they are formed at different stages of the same diatonic and therefore have different functions in the key. F7...
  2. Thread: What is the scale

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    Thank you very much for Your kind words. My...

    Thank you very much for Your kind words. My answer to your three questions:

    1. The gaps between whole tone intervals I cover 5-6 (as H), 1-2 (as M) and 2-3 (as U) i call own alterations. They...
  3. Thread: What is the scale

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    What is the scale 8

    Let's go back to the table chord-scale System:


    http://s019.radikal.ru/i603/1207/85/acee8377dfb5.jpg

    We will assume that you have learned it is not only the head but your fingers, so that can...
  4. Thread: What is the scale

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    What is the scale 7

    The following three tables list virtually all types of chords used in tonal music.

    The first table - this is the chords that I call "white" (Note or its degree on which they are based has no...
  5. Thread: What is the scale

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    What is the scale 6

    Any of the altered scales is easily obtained from natural N-scale, knowing the location of it these additional stepwise:


    http://s010.radikal.ru/i311/1207/61/7e2ee772fdec.jpg

    Seven scales of...
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    What is the scale 5

    The following table repeats the final table of the previous post. However, in this table, I want to show here is the difference between Interval steps-degree and degree, wich I call own (or...
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    What is the scale 4

    The following table you can see the interval structure of the seven diatonic scales.


    http://s008.radikal.ru/i303/1207/74/94f9f518097f.jpg

    The abbreviation DIS means "Diatonic Interval...
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    What is the scale 3

    Refine the values of the following three terms: diatonic, scale and mode. It will be easier to do, pointing to specific examples.

    N(G) = G A B C D E F#. This is what I call “Natural Diatonic G”....
  9. Thread: What is the scale

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    What is the scale 2

    Let’s go further.

    Pay attention to the fact that the steps that I have shown in the boxes are not those of traditional, called "tonal degree", but those that I call "own modal degree ". Just as...
  10. Thread: What is the scale

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    What is the scale

    Hi, Y'all. In Title is no question, on the contrary I want to share with you my view on this matter. There will not be anything that can be seen elsewhere. Everything will be completely original and,...
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