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If you have the mode A eolian you know that it's a scale from A in C. But if you have the mode A dorian for example how do you know where the scale is in?
Is there some kind of trick for it? Thanks already
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Dorian is the second mode of the major scale, so find the major scale with A as its second note. In this case, its G major.
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Most music = Major or Minor.
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If you have the mode A eolian you know that it's a scale from A in C. But if you have the mode A dorian for example how do you know where the scale is in?
Is there some kind of trick for it? Thanks already

There's no such thing as "a scale in C", you need to avoid looking at things that way.

C major is C major, it's the notes C D E F G A B over a chord progression that resolves to C major.

A minor is A minor, it occurs when you use the notes A B C D E F G over a chord progression that resolves to Am

Likewise A dorian is the notes A B C D E F# G when played over a suitable backing, typically a static A minor chor of some description.
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