#1
lets say we're in the key of D major

so obviously its

D E F# G A B C# D


is a mode just

F# G A B C# D E F#

or is it gonna have different notes not from the scale in it

i've read two things on modes todayand it just confused me

please clarify, and search bar failed me

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#2
If you're in the key of D major, use D major. Modal music is different from key based music.
The mode you described is F# phrygian. Despite having the same notes, it is not the same as its relative major, and it cannot be used in the same situations.
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#3
A mode is just a scale but starting from a note that isn't the root, so it won't have any different notes, but you can't really use any of the modes based around D major to solo in D major because of the different interval patterns. As far as I'm aware, anyway.
#4
Yes, that's a mode of the D major scale.
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#5
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A mode is just a scale but starting from a note that isn't the root, so it won't have any different notes, but you can't really use any of the modes based around D major to solo in D major because of the different interval patterns. As far as I'm aware, anyway.


You're correct. If the chord progression does not suggest a specific mode, then you're not working in that mode.