#1
Hey guys. I was messing around with modes and trying to figure out some scales in C and I came across one that I couldn't identify, but I'm liking it after hearing it. I originally thought it was a phyrgian mode, but it doesn't match up. starting from C...

C + C# + D# + F + G + G# + A#

It also doesn't help that after all these years of being a musician I'm just now getting back into music theory.

Any help would be great.
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#3
That should be written as C Db Eb F G Ab Bb. It's Phrygian. Take the C Major scale (C D E F G A B) and flatten the 2nd, 3rd, 6th, and 7th and you have C Phrygian.
#4
Quote by Leybick
Hey guys. I was messing around with modes and trying to figure out some scales in C and I came across one that I couldn't identify, but I'm liking it after hearing it. I originally thought it was a phyrgian mode, but it doesn't match up. starting from C...

C + C# + D# + F + G + G# + A#

It also doesn't help that after all these years of being a musician I'm just now getting back into music theory.

Any help would be great.

Those are a big nono in diatonic scales, that's why you have to notate it as Eastwinn did.