#1
Hey all!
In C lydian these are the notes F G A B C D E . If i constructed the bottom notes (chords), then would those roman numerals be right?


F A C E IM7
G B D F II7
A C E G iii7
B D F A ivdim7
C E G B VM7
D F A C vi7
E G B D vii7

Thanks all!
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Last edited by rustausa at Oct 15, 2007,
#2
C Lydian
1 2 3 #4 5 6 7
C D E F# G A B

The name of the scale/chord is always the root note, you have F lydian.

Chords
Imaj7 II7 iiim7 #ivm7b5 Vmaj7 vim7 viim7
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Last edited by Ænimus Prime at Oct 15, 2007,
#3
Quote by Ænimus Prime
C Lydian
1 2 3 #4 5 6 7
C D E F# G A B

The name of the scale/chord is always the root note, you have F lydian.

Chords
Imaj7 II7 iiim7 #ivm7b5 Vmaj7 vim7 viim7


ok, thanks a lot! I appreciate your help!
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