#1
can someone give me a link or something to some exotic sweep patterns...not just the average major and minor ones...but something really...idk...spicy
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#3
Minor-Major 7th
e -11h12-
b -12-
g -12-
D -14-

Just play it swept. It is the tonic chord of the harmonic minor, which is fairly exotic sounding, so it sounds cool.
#4
Quote by ouchies
Make up some sweeps from the harmonic minor

ive been messing with that...i was just wondering if there was anything else out there...more ideas more or less...
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#5
I don't think sweeps necessarily have to be arpeggios. Take some cool sounding intervals from a random mode of harmonic minor and find how it sounds.
#6
Start off learning the byzantine (aka double harmonic) and spanish (aka phrygian dominant) scales and then you can create your own.
#7
Quote by rcw110131
Start off learning the byzantine (aka double harmonic) and spanish (aka phrygian dominant) scales and then you can create your own.

i know those and i have...im just looking for some different ideas that are out there...i appreciate yalls input
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#9
Yeah man.. Modes of the Harmonic Minor.. Thats where i get ALL my fruity sounds
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#10
Quote by Avedas
Try some Japanese scales? Could be fun.


i've found that with japanese scales with them being pentatonic they tend to be a bit devoid in colour when making arpeggios, but as a scale itself lends a whole lot of differance in sound
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