#1
is it ok to mix between major and minor modes? Because there is this tune(song) i know that sounds like Spanish Acoustic but it mixes the modes.
thnx for any help!
#2
Elaborate. What do you mean by "mixing modes"?
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#5
phrygian mode, it sounds very spanish
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#7
Quote by BFMV fan
what if i add the 3rd to the phrygian scale?


The 3rd what? If you're talking about replacing the minor third with a natural third, you would be using phrygian dominant.
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#8
using both at different times, like in the song "Romance"
Not necessarily replacing the minor third with the major third
#9
Quote by BFMV fan
like using a E major chord with Am and F major
That's actually a very common A Minor progression.

I find my best Spanish stuff to either be pure Phrygian, pure Phrygian Dominant, or Aeolian with the 5 chord made into a major chord rather than minor (ie G rather than Gm in C Minor).
#10
thanks, because i might perform a spanish style acoustic guitar demonstration on my school's talent show