#1
So I've been messing around with the E harmonic minor scale and i know the notes are E F# A B C D# but if i add a sharp fourth (A#) it would make it a lydian scale yes?
So would you call it the E lydian Harmonic minor scale? or what?
Or should i not bother with modes until I'm 100% on all the minor scales etc.
I've finished with the major scales and almost finished with the minor scales..
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#2
correct me if i'm wrong, but don't modes only apply to the major chord formula?


the E lydian is E F# G# A# B C# D# E where what you're talking about is E F# G A# B C D# E.

of course i could be wrong from the first sentence, as i'm getting used to this stuff too.
#4
A lydian mode would have a sharp four and a major third, while the harmonic minor doesn't have a major third.
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#5
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It's called hungarian minor

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