#1
i've really been getting into it lately but dont know any scales that would fit into it and help me out a bit

so if anyones got some good tips or something for it, it would be appreciated
#2
The point is to be experimental . Just try things and see what comes of them. Learn your modes and when to use them, and break a few rules.

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#3
Quote by MetalGS3SE
The point is to be experimental . Just try things and see what comes of them. Learn your modes and when to use them, and break a few rules.


You can't break any rules. There are no rules.
#4
Quote by timeconsumer09
You can't break any rules. There are no rules.

and Rule #1: They're meant to be broken.
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#5
Quote by Ribcage
and Rule #1: They're meant to be broken.


The point is, you can't break any rules because theory is just a way of describing sounds. There's nothing stopping you from ending a song that's in the key of C on the chord C#dim. You can do anything you want... it's like magic...
#6
You can do anything you want... it's like magic...

So you can break the rules if you want.
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#7
Like everyone has already said, experiment with scales, try not to to stick to just one for too long. Also, experiment with odd time signatures.
#8
I'm not really sure what you're asking, use of any particular scale is not in itself going to be experimental. It's how you apply them. Please clarify your question.
#9
i think he was expecting us to say "oh you want a progessive sound, well they all play in Bb minor"