#1
now in theory class we are doing minor and major 2nds. on this worksheet i have it says "write a diatonic half step above and below the following notes. and the note is an #A os would the answer be a D and a xB? im confused
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#2
It'd be an A and a B.

Halfsteps are just one fret up/down.
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#3
^Correct my friend.
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#4
no your wrong, because its diatonic you idiot
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#5
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no your wrong, because its diatonic you idiot


There's no such thing as a diatonic half step. There's a diatonic interval. Tell your music teacher that he/she is teaching you using the wrong terminology.

A diatonic interval above A# (as the root of an Ionian mode) is B#. A diatonic interval below is G double #.
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