#1
I'm tuned to C# standard, so the root note falls 1 whole step behind that tuning, and other then that I don't know the appropriate terminology for all of the sharps and/or flats in it. Please lend a hand, thank you
#3
Quote by JayLacelle
B major with a flat 6.

tyvm

EDIT: sounds metal as **** though in the right context
Last edited by bdof at Aug 26, 2010,
#4
It'd be B C# D# E F# G A# if you want people who know what they're talking about to take you seriously.

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#5
Seems like a harmonic minor with a natural 3rd to me, not a standard diatonic scale so none of the standard key signatures will deonte it.
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#6
Technically your notes aren't correct. They should be as follows:

B, C#, D#, E, F#, G, A#

This gives the following formula:

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, b6, 7

I'm not sure of the proper name for this scale, but it's basically a B major scale with a b6.

EDIT: Or as mentioned above, it could be a harmonic minor with a major 3rd. The 1.5 step interval between the b6 and the 7 gives it its distinct sound.
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#7
Now that I counted it off in my head JayLacelle is definately correct. It just didn't feel like a major scale because I usually use the lowest note (in this case C#) as the root. It's strange i didn't figure it out before. Thanks a lot though guys
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#11
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I guarantee it is the Harmonic Major scale.

1 2 3 4 5 b6 7
#12
Quote by SilverSpurs616
I guarantee it is the Harmonic Major scale.

1 2 3 4 5 b6 7



Harmonic major is B, C#, D#, E, F##, G#, A#, B

EDIT: Harmonic major has a #5 not a b6.
Last edited by brandon2784 at Aug 26, 2010,
#13
Quote by SilverSpurs616
B Harmonic Major.

That.
Quote by brandon2784
Harmonic major is B, C#, D#, E, F##, G#, A#, B

EDIT: Harmonic major has a #5 not a b6.

Uh, no. Harmonic Major is Harmonic Minor with a major 3rd.
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#14
Quote by oneblackened
That.

Uh, no. Harmonic Major is Harmonic Minor with a major 3rd.



CRAP!! I was thinking of Ionian #6 as harmonic major I didn't know they were different, my baddd