#1
You know how the chords in a major scale go: I maj II min III min IV maj V maj VI min VII dim

how is it for the minor scale? where does this derive from? Is it based on the WWHWWWH or what?? \

Thanks for the help!!
#2
I , iidim, bIII, iv, v , bVI , bVII

LOWER CASE LETTERS BEING MINOR CHORDS
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#3
It's the same as the major scale, but starting on the 6th chord.

BTW, an easier (and less confusing way) to use Roman Numerals is to use lower case numerals for minor chords.
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#4
It's the same as the major scale, but starting on the 6th chord.


Yep.

C major would be: C Dm Em F G Am Bdim.
A minor would be: Am Bdim C Dm Em F G
#5
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I , iidim, bIII, iv, v , bVI , bVII

LOWER CASE LETTERS BEING MINOR CHORDS


shouldnt the first one be "i" since its minor, and whats with the b's in front of the major chords?