chord quailities/arpeggios

would it be:

1= 1 b3 5
2= 1 b3 b5
3= 1 3 #5
4= 1 b3 5
5= 1 3 5
6= 1 3 5
7= 1 b3 b5

i dont know if that augmented fifth is right, or if im doing it wrong or something
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Yep, that's right.

``[B]i - ii° - bIII+ - iv - V - bVI - vii°[/B]``
so thats how i'd write the 3rd degree?
bIII+?
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Looks right. Including the augmented.

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alright so i tried figuring out the 7ths in it

would it go like:

1= 1 b3 5 7
2= 1 b3 b5 b7
3= 1 3 #5 7
4= 1 b3 5 b7
5= 1 3 5 b7
6= 1 3 5 7
7= 1 b3 b5 bb7

i dont know if that double flat 7th is right or not, but thats what i came up with
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someone tell me if those 7ths are right
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how do ya work out the progression for an harmonic minor? or any other mode for that? eg try and work out the chords for:
1 2 b3 4 5 6 7 8 (melodic minor ascending)
- tommy
where does the augmented 5th come from in Harmonic minor?

i thought it was minor with a major 6th?
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nah harmonic minor is 1 2 b3 4 5 b6 7
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chord quailities/arpeggios

would it be:

1= 1 b3 5
2= 1 b3 b5
3= 1 3 #5
4= 1 b3 5
5= 1 3 5
6= 1 3 5
7= 1 b3 b5

could someone please explain what the numbers 1 to 7 are for? sorry for the n00b question
so in tab that's like this:

e-------------------------------------------------------------12-14-15-
B-------------------------------------------------12-13-16--------------
G-----------------------------------11-12-14----------------------------
D--------------------------13-14-----------------------------------------
A-------------12-14-15---------------------------------------------------
E-12-14-15---------------------------------------------------------------

i love this scale. it's my number two scale to use.
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could someone please explain what the numbers 1 to 7 are for? sorry for the n00b question

The numbers tell you which note in the scale you start on.
where does the augmented 5th come from in Harmonic minor?

i thought it was minor with a major 6th?

That's the dorian mode
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are those 7ths right?
There is no music but metal and muhammad is its prophet.
how do ya even work out the progression for modes? try and work out the chords for:
1 2 b3 4 5 6 7 8 (melodic minor ascending)
- tommy
are those 7ths right?

Yes.

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how do ya even work out the progression for modes? try and work out the chords for:
1 2 b3 4 5 6 7 8 (melodic minor ascending)

``i - ii - bIII+ - IV - V - vi° - vii°``
mm cool, but like how do ya work em out? cheers btw!
- tommy
^Using thirds. (You can see these as just 'every other scale tone').

I'll use the melodic minor as an example, seeing as you asked about it.

``````[B]C Melodic Minor[/B].

C - D - Eb - F - G - A - B - C.``````

The first chord (i) is going to start on C.

So we take C and count one third which brings us to Eb, then we count another third which brings use to G - we know using chord construction that in reference to the major scale this gives us 1 - b3 - 5. The formula for a minor chord, thus giving us our first (i) chord. Cmin.

Working it out would look something like this...

``````
C - D - Eb - F - G - A - B - C.
[B]1[/B] - 2 - [B]3[/B]
[B]1[/B]  - 2 - [B]3[/B] etc..
[B]
C       Eb       G[/B]
``````

Everytime we arrive at a third, we get a chord tone.

To figure out the second chord (ii) we start on D.

So we take D and count one third to F and then count another third to A. We have the notes D - F - A.. and then if you refer back to the major scale you'll see the notes correspond with the 1 - b3 - 5 formula for a minor chord, and you have your second chord (ii) Dmin.

And carry on...
ahh cheers man you're a legend! thanks heaps!
- tommy
Aww crap I wrote an article all about this, oh well I suppose I was beaten to it
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