#1
Is there any Medieval/ Renaissance sounding scales? Buckethead plays something that sounds like it would have been played back in those days. I don't know much about scales or anything.
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#3
Lean the Modes, for somthing like that i would recomend Phrygian Dominant or a Harmonic Minor scale, thats what i tend to use when i solo for Neo-Classical.
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#5
Like i said i don't know any of this stuff. i taught my self how to play (3 yrs) and i am having a hard time understanding all the modes and etc.....
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Like i said i don't know any of this stuff. i taught my self how to play (3 yrs) and i am having a hard time understanding all the modes and etc.....

Then why the **** are you asking what it is? Go learn it.
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#8
I'd use a lot of "perfect intervals", ie: 4ths, octaves and 5ths. In medieval times, correct me if I'm wrong, dissonant intervals (major and minor) were considered "evil", thus the music of the time was kept "perfect" and "godly".
#9
Okay, in medieval music there were 3 modes that were used exclusivly. Trust me on this, I took a course in it. All medieval music used one of 3 modes, Dorian, Phrygian, or Lydian. Medieval music did NOT use major or minor scales. Hope that clears things up.
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#11
It was used by classical musicians, though it can have a strong "eastern" sound to most ears. How you phrase with it makes all the difference as well as the musical structure its implied on.
#12
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yup it can sound middle eastern-ish, actually, thats what i use it for
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#13
i know that greensleaves is in that time....i think :S
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