#1
Hello everyone...
I'm having my assessment in Uni soon, but I'm not sure which scale or mode use in Grade 7 piece - Giant Homer Head

Can anybody help me with that?? (the reason I don't know is that I wasn't following RSG and faced it for the very first time...)



You can listen to the tune here
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sIPDzfHMWBw
#2
You should figured this out by yourself dude, otherwise you're not going to learn.

Just randomely used E minor pentatonic and it worked ok.
#4
Then you're arguably not ready to take the exam

The whole point of an exam is to assess how well you've absorbed what you've been taught - if you're asking these questions then evidently you don't know enough yet.

Whether or not it's Rockschool is immaterial, this is fairly basic theory and if you're studying music at university then you should already know this stuff.
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#5
The thing is, I'm studying promotion and performance, but not theory. I know that I'm not completely ready for this
#6
E minor. Alternatively, just play what sounds good and that scale will work.
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Seventh.
#7
using Eminor as a template.
the F#7 has an A# and a C#

the A in the 4th bar has a C#

E natural minor has , E,F#,G,A,B,C,D
perhaps sharpen the 6th C# throughout

so : E dorian : E,F#,G,A,B,C#,D
and you can
If you sharpen the 4th E,F#,G,A#,B,C#,D for bar 2
(dorian #4 ) or phrygian dominant (phrygian △ 3rd)