#1
So you wanna play a really kool turkish/middle eastern sounding scale.

It's acctuly a minor scale in what is called the Phrygian dominant scale.
It is constructed by raising the third of the Phrygian scale and is the fifth mode of the harmonic minor scale, the fifth being the dominant.


In the key of C it would look something like this


--------------------------
-------------------1------
-----------0-1-4---------
-----2-3-----------------
3-4----------------------
--------------------------

so just rember
if you want to take the scale in other key
just lower the 2, 6, 7 of the scale by 1 HALF step...


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#3
Alright... thanks I guess.
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#4
Hooray for Phrygian Dominant! But...err...thanks for sharing? I think another thread like this got closed
#6
It's acctuly a minor scale in what is called the Phrygian dominant scale.


Phrygian dominant isn't a minor scale.
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