#1
I am looking to narrow down which scales will help me the most with post rock style music.
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#2
Major and minor scales pretty much.
E:-6
B:-0
G:-5
D:-6
A:-0
E:-3
#5
Use the modes as your starting point.


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#6
I'm no authority on Post-Rock, nor theory, but the Lydian scale (as in 1,2,3,#4,5,6,7...just to avoid any arguments on "modes"...I understand they happen a lot here ) has always had a real "post-rock" vibe to me, in that it seems happy, yet somewhat vacant...of course this is opinion.
#7
As rock uses major and minor scales, it is only logical that post-rock uses post-major and post-minor post-scales.
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#9
Quote by AlanHB
As rock uses major and minor scales, it is only logical that post-rock uses post-major and post-minor post-scales.


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It's the same as all other harmony. Surround yourself with skulls and candles if it helps.
#11
If post rock is what I remember it is... the minor scale, occasionally the harmonic minor scale.

Scales are like women - it's not how many you know, it's how intimate you get with em.

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#12
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Nice post.

Nice post-post.


Nice post^3