#2
no because that's absolutely stupid
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#3
it's not that stupid... but it's not that smart either. I'd say that instead of looking at a chart, figure it out for yourself. That would be far more beneficial
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it's not that stupid... but it's not that smart either. I'd say that instead of looking at a chart, figure it out for yourself. That would be far more beneficial


even at a self-sufficient point of generation there's really no reason to pretend there are an infinite number of scales with exotic names to impress your friends. it's stupid.

really, those scale-diagram-generators are the worst thing for a beginners' education. i know people who have to use a scale generator to write music, and you can only begin to imagine how that music sounds...yikes.
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really, those scale-diagram-generators are the worst thing for a beginners' education. i know people who have to use a scale generator to write music, and you can only begin to imagine how that music sounds...yikes.


Yeah sounds like shit i'm sure.
#8
May i ask what you would use such a tool for? How will having the patterns for a lot of scales benefit you in any way?
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#9
You don't need to memorize every scale. You just need to memorize how to create every scale.

Which is a lot more easier then it sounds.
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSaTAGsIBEI

Make your own scales. It doesn't matter what the scales are called. How to use them and how they sound is more important.

Also just learn the major and minor scales and intervals and you pretty much have everything you need to know about scales.
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