#1
is there a scale for everything or can you make your own for example is there a scale for the notes E,F,G,G#,B,C,E,F or something similiar?

Also is the interval chart i have wrong because the the diminished 7th says bb7. Im just asking because i dont wanna learn something that is wrong.
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#2
yes a diminished 7th is a bb7
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#4
Quote by Emo-Slayer
is there a scale for everything or can you make your own for example is there a scale for the notes E,F,G,G#,B,C,E,F or something similiar?

Also is the interval chart i have wrong because the the diminished 7th says bb7. Im just asking because i dont wanna learn something that is wrong.

That would be the C augmented 5th scale.
However, you can write your own scale if you wish.

Edit: and that G# should be an Ab
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Last edited by LeperAffinity at Feb 21, 2009,
#5
Most of the useful scales have names but you'll come up with something weird from a scale you don't initially recognize. Then you start naming your synthetic scales the Sue Scale and such.
#6
Most (western) people will only use the major or minor scales to write music. They might use a few accidentals or out of key chords or modulate a few times and theorist might make up a new scale to describe the song, but they're still only writing with major or minor scales.

So seeing as you're most likely a writer and not a theorist, just stick to major and minor scales.

Also is the interval chart i have wrong because the the diminished 7th says bb7. Im just asking because i dont wanna learn something that is wrong.
That's right. That chord is actually used as an out of key chord in a minor progression. A full diminished chord built on the raised seventh degree of the minor scale can be used as a substitute for a functioning dominant chord. So i - V - i can be substituted as i - vii0 - i. The later isn't as strong though.
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Last edited by demonofthenight at Feb 22, 2009,