#1
When flattening the 3rd in a major scale, do you lower it by a whole step or a half step?
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#2
You'd lower it by a half-step.
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#4
Quote by demiphoenix
a flat or sharp is always one half step
^double flats and double sharps?
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Last edited by demonofthenight at Nov 27, 2007,
#5
Quote by demonofthenight
^double flats and double sharps?


... a sharp or a flat is one half step. a DOUBLE flat is... TWO.. flats.... same concept goes along with sharps.