#1
The formula:

1 2 b3 b4 b5 6 7

The notes, if it was in E:

E F# G A A# C# D# E

I've looked it up and nowhere says what it is?

If it has a name, what is it?

Help?

Thanks, MT.
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#2
any collection of notes could be called a scale. those particular groupings of notes, to my knowledge, have no name. this doesnt mean you cant use it as a scale (or that it be part of another scale(s))
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#3
your formula doesn't correspond to the notes you put... in e it would be:
E F# G G# A# C# D# E
note the G# opposed to the A you put... and i personally never come across this scale or mode (either the formula or set of notes)
#4
That sequence isn't a scale that I've ever heard of or can find. Try it out, try writing some music using it. It could be fun!
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I think it is the 4th mode from A gypsy minor with a perfect 6th...


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I think it is the 4th mode from A gypsy minor with a perfect 6th...

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#8
It's called the eucalyptus scale.

But now that you know that, what will you do with it?
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#9
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your formula doesn't correspond to the notes you put... in e it would be:
E F# G G# A# C# D# E
note the G# opposed to the A you put... and i personally never come across this scale or mode (either the formula or set of notes)

You made the same mistake he did but with a different note. It would be E F# G Ab Bb C# D#.
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#10
Are you asking because you are using it in a song or something? If so, what's the context? If not, why do you want to know if it has a name?
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#11
It looks alot like lydian without a fifth. You're probably just in a major tonality and using the b3 as a chromatic outside note.
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#15
Thanks, I just found it whilst messing around and playing. And I would change the OP to make the intervals and notes match, but eh, whaddayagonnadoboutit? And I am going to use this scale in my songwriting because 'tis awesomely minor if you play it certain ways.
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And I am going to use this scale in my songwriting because 'tis awesomely minor if you play it certain ways.


Well it does have a minor third, so that's not very surprising.
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#17
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Well it does have a minor third, so that's not very surprising.


Well, I really like the diminished fifth and the major sixth tones to it that give it a weird tonality
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