#1
This is a scale I learned a few weeks ago and I cant figure out what it is....


e------------------------------------------------------------10-12-13-----
B-----------------------------------------------10-12-13------------------
G-------------------------------------9-10-12-----------------------------
D--------------------------9-10-12----------------------------------------
A---------------8-10-12---------------------------------------------------
E----8-10-12--------------------------------------------------------------
#4
C Major...
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#5
Yep, the C Major scale. C D E F G A B C
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#7
And just so you know, it contains the notes C D E F G A B.
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I think it's a mode. Aeolian I beleive. But I'm not sure. Natrual scale also.






yes, its c major
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#10
^ Why the fvck do you call it D Dorian???

It's C major or one of its modes but it starts on C and ends on F so the only "good" answers are C Major (Ionian) and F Lydian.... Right???


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#11
^No, you're always wrong. Because I said so.
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#12
It has a lot of names...C Major, A minor, C Ionian, A Aeolian, E minor Phrygian, F Dorian, etc... but for the sake of simplicity, just call it C Major.
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#13
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It has a lot of names...C Major, A minor, C Ionian, A Aeolian, E minor Phrygian, F Dorian, etc... but for the sake of simplicity, just call it C Major.

Well, it depends on the root note. If you play that that shape, unaccompanied, it will sound like (and therefore be) C major or C Ionian because your ear will hear each note relative to the first note, C.
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It has a lot of names...C Major, A minor, C Ionian, A Aeolian, E minor Phrygian, F Dorian, etc...


It would be F lydian if it was in F.
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#15
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It would be F lydian if it was in F.


My bad. I posted that at like 1 A.M.
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#16
it's a goddam c major(ionion) it's starting on C, leave it at that everyone knows there is all 7 modes there but leave it at cmajor