#1
so i may have messed up but i have Em harmonic is E Gb G A B C D
but that is the same thing as Gmaj isnt it?
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#3
i always get "natural" and "harmonic" confused too


but anyway, the Em natural and G Major scales have the same notes.

Em is a mode of G Major.
#4
harmonic has d#
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#5
Yeah Em has the same key signiture as Gmaj becoz they are related, And if it's a harmonic minor, then u just raise the 7th note my a half step which is a 'D' so the 'D' now becomes a 'D#'
#6
You mean ENharmonic I think. But even that isn't right. You wanted RELATIVE MINOR.

Relative Minor = Minor key that shares the same notes as a major key. For example G major and E minor share the same notes so Em is the relative minor of G major.

Enharmonic = different name but the same pitch. E# and F are enharmonic. They share the same pitch but have a different name.

Harmonic = 1. to do with harmony (harmony = playing more than one pitch at the same time)
Harmonic = 2. a technique where you lightly touch the string at say the 12th fret (or fifth or seventh or whatever) and then pluck the string to isolate the various overtones of a strings natural vibration
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#7
let me set this strait right now.

e natural minor - e f# g a b c d e
e harmonic minor - e f# g a b c d# e (raised 7th scale degree)
e melodic minor - e f# g a b c# d# e d c b a g f# e (raised 6th and 7th scale degree, natural minor on the way down)

G major - g a b c d e f# g

G major is the major equivalent to e minor
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#8
Quote by shockdoctor92
let me set this strait right now.

e natural minor - e f# g a b c d e
e harmonic minor - e f# g a b c d# e (raised 7th scale degree)
e melodic minor - e f# g a b c# d# e d c b a g f# e (raised 6th and 7th scale degree, natural minor on the way down)

G major - g a b c d e f# g

G major is the major equivalent to e minor
Correct. You would call G the relative major scale of Em.
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#9
Quote by anonymous564
so i may have messed up but i have Em harmonic is E Gb G A B C D
but that is the same thing as Gmaj isnt it?

Just as a housekeeping note, the reason that F# is correct and not Gb is that you can't have the same letter name appear more than once in a diatonic scale.