#1
I was analyzing a song which has these notes:

A#, C, C#, D#, F, F#, G#, A#.

So then it properly comes out like this:

Bb, C, Db, Eb, F, Gb, Ab, Bb.

I'm hoping that's correct.

If so, what type of scale is this cause the intervals I'm not familiar with.

Cheers
Last edited by jda12 at Nov 23, 2009,
#2
Although all flats, I didn't know which type of minor scale it was but obviously it's a natural minor scale right?
#6
Quote by lyingfromyou
It's clearly a Y# Banana scale.


Oh is that so?
#7
A# Aeolian Would consist of all sharps, as it is the 6th mode of C# major. even though A# aeolian and Bb Minor sound the same they are different in theory. they are what is known as en-harmonics. if that makes any sense bleh.
#8
Quote by Gner
Bb minor


^ this
Quote by jda12
Although all flats, I didn't know which type of minor scale it was but obviously it's a natural minor scale right?


yep, you got it.
shred is gaudy music
Last edited by GuitarMunky at Nov 23, 2009,