#1
Been jamming along recently just trying to get myself out of the rut or using the natural and melodic minor, and just started messing with some notes the intervals are

1 b2 3 4 5 b6 7

Without that minor third it can sound quite nice and bright when messing with some arpeggio's but when im just noodling its gets very oriental

Any idea's on what it is? or am i possibly just making **** up?

ohhh actually another one

1 2 b3 #4 5 6 b7

Thanks
#3
chances are, all scales are already invented.
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#4
Quote by blue_strat
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Maybe....
maybe not according to this jazz site i just found...

possibly Byzantine Scale
#5
All scales have already been invented. They're listed in books like the Guitar Grimoire.
#6
Scales are not "invented", they're just named.
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#7
And apparently the second one is the Romanian scale.

I mean i know its 'easier' or more applicable for jazz musicians to use these scales as alternative minor scales, but can i quite literally just use them like modes. I mean that second one with the b3 and #4 sounds great while noodling without accompaniment, but when placed with some chords sounds horrible
#8
i use that scale all the time actually. my song i have listed as 'the silence' uses that with some chromaticisms