#1
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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#3
so thats how i'd write the 3rd degree?
bIII+?
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#4
Looks right. Including the augmented.

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#5
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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#6
someone tell me if those 7ths are right
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#7
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
#8
where does the augmented 5th come from in Harmonic minor?

i thought it was minor with a major 6th?
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#10
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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
#11
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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#12
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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.
#13
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where does the augmented 5th come from in Harmonic minor?

i thought it was minor with a major 6th?


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#14
are those 7ths right?
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#15
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
#16
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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°
#18
^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...
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Aww crap I wrote an article all about this, oh well I suppose I was beaten to it
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