#1
When I warm up/practice, I play scales of 5, 6, 7, & 8 tones. What different rythems are good for practicing 5, 6, & 8 tone scales? Thanks for any advice.
#2
rythms as in time signatures?, or off beats?, or what?
i would probably say pentatonics (5 tones) will work with almost any signature as u they are very versatile, as for 8 tone scales there are many possibilities try runnig up adn down them doing 3rds, 6ths slowly triplet ascending (i think there is a proper name for it i can't remember though) basically you play up 3 tones bak to the first note then ascend up another 3 tones in a pattern such as- 1,2,3,1,2,3,4,2,3,4,5,3 e.t.c

sorry i am rubbish at exaplaining that sort of thing
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#3
Umm - Whatever fits. I usually just practice scales with quarter notes or eight notes.

and mong, what on earth are you talking about? I sort of think you are trying to get at excersizes to use with scales - coils and such - but clarification would help us all.
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#5
Um isn't the post above me sort of against the rules or something?

I usually practice scales in quarter or eighth notes.
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