#1
I had my audition today and one of the questions on the theory test was write out G# Harmonic Minor.

So I figured i'd go off the major scale then apply the b3 and b6

but.. i didnt know if i figured out G# major right.

would it be G# A# B# C# D# E# Fx ??

I tried looking online but i couldn't find the diatonic.

-thanks
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#3
who did you auditoin for that asked for a writen test
id definately stay away from any band thats uptight like that
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who did you auditoin for that asked for a writen test
id definately stay away from any band thats uptight like that



it could be a college, not a rock band
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#6
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i think its
G# A# B C# D# E G G#


you'd need an F of some sort in there
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#7
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I had my audition today and one of the questions on the theory test was write out G# Harmonic Minor.

So I figured i'd go off the major scale then apply the b3 and b6

but.. i didnt know if i figured out G# major right.

would it be G# A# B# C# D# E# Fx ??

I tried looking online but i couldn't find the diatonic.

-thanks


B# doesnt exist.
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#8
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you'd need an F of some sort in there

F##? its a G
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#10
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B# doesnt exist.


Yes it does. Before arguing and making an ass out of yourself, please read the theory sticky.

F##? its a G


No, it isn't. A G is a G.
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#11
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B# doesnt exist.


yes it does... it sounds exactly the same as C natural (on a guitar it does anyway) but it DOES exist
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#12
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B# doesnt exist.


It does if you have to write out scales diatonically. So does Fb and E# and Cb. Dumb, **** yes. But that how they make you do it in college.
#13
B# doesn't exist.... funny. That's like saying the Earth is flat. B# does exist.
#14
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It does if you have to write out scales diatonically. So does Fb and E# and Cb. Dumb, **** yes. But that how they make you do it in college.


It's not dumb. They're only enharmonic in 12-TET, and even in 12-TET they describe completely different things.
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#15
for those who don't know... you can't have more than 1 variation of the SAME note in a key.... so you can't have G and G# in the same key... awkward as it may seem, you have to have ONE type of each of the 7 notes A to G... which is why things like Fx (f##) exist, and why B# DOES exist...

like Archeo Avis said... have a read of the theory sticky
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#16
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No, it isn't. A G is a G.

2 sharps make a step up. a step up from F is G.
i just made it as an F because someone said something about an F being in there
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2 sharps make a step up. a step up from F is G.
i just made it as an F because someone said something about an F being in there


No, it's enharmonic to a G (and only in 12-TET). It is not a G, and calling it a G is just going to get you strange looks.
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#18
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it could be a college, not a rock band



yep.. college.


the Fx threw me off cuz i've never seen it before in writing out major scales,
i've only use it in modes or chord construction.
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No, it's enharmonic to a G (and only in 12-TET). It is not a G, and calling it a G is just going to get you strange looks.

thats a new word to me there
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#20
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yep.. college.


the Fx threw me off cuz i've never seen it before in writing out major scales,
i've only use it in modes or chord construction.


you probably wouldn't do.. because most people would notate the piece in Ab major
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#21
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thats a new word to me there


It means it has the same pitch (e.g. A# and Bb and enharmonic, as are C# and Db, etc). Despite having the same pitch (and again, only in equal temperament), they are different notes, and are not interchangeable.
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#22
Quote by Archeo Avis
It means it has the same pitch (e.g. A# and Bb and enharmonic, as are C# and Db, etc). Despite having the same pitch (and again, only in equal temperament), they are different notes, and are not interchangeable.

o. thank ye for the lesson.
and did we ever figure out what the right notes of the scale were?
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