#1
e ----------------------------------------8-10-11
B ------------------------------8-10-11---------
G --------------------7-8-10--------------------
D -------------7-8-10---------------------------
A --------8-10----------------------------------
E ------------------------------------------------
#4
No the diatonic key centre is Bb
but the scale is f mixolydian
if it was A# it would be E# mixolydian
#6
I guess this saves me starting a new thread, so Ill ask here.

What scale is this?


e ------------------------------------9-10-12------
B -------------------------------10-12-------------
G -----------------------9-11-12------------------
D ----------------9-11-12-------------------------
A --------9-10-12---------------------------------
E --10-12------------------------------------------

Thanks!
#7
Quote by chungalunga
I guess this saves me starting a new thread, so Ill ask here.

What scale is this?


e ------------------------------------9-10-12------
B -------------------------------10-12-------------
G -----------------------9-11-12------------------
D ----------------9-11-12-------------------------
A --------9-10-12---------------------------------
E --10-12------------------------------------------

Thanks!



D maj
#8
C Dorian which is in the Bb major scale for the first scale

the 2nd scale is D major. Ionian if u want 2 know the mode
#10
kai2demax its not c dorian because it starts on F, its F mixolydian they have the same notes just a different root generating a different mode and sound
#12
Neither of those are any particular scale, depending on the context they could be any number of things. Nobody can say for definite what they are, only what they're more likely to be.

Quote by 08L1V10N
e ----------------------------------------8-10-11
B ------------------------------8-10-11---------
G --------------------7-8-10--------------------
D -------------7-8-10---------------------------
A --------8-10----------------------------------
E ------------------------------------------------


Most likely Bb major

Quote by chungalunga
I guess this saves me starting a new thread, so Ill ask here.

What scale is this?


e ------------------------------------9-10-12------
B -------------------------------10-12-------------
G -----------------------9-11-12------------------
D ----------------9-11-12-------------------------
A --------9-10-12---------------------------------
E --10-12------------------------------------------

Thanks!

most likely D major
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#13
Quote by dan123
No the diatonic key centre is Bb
but the scale is f mixolydian
if it was A# it would be E# mixolydian
There is no standardized key of A#. That would involve a G## among other things I believe and that cannot be notated in standard key signature form, so it could be said that the key of A# does not exist.

That said, TS, your scale is F mixolydian, but that set of notes is more likely to be used in the key of Bb. Other possibilities are, of course, Bb ionian, C dorian, D phrygian, Eb lydian, G aeolian, G minor, and A locrian.
#14
Quote by grampastumpy
There is no standardized key of A#. That would involve a G## among other things I believe and that cannot be notated in standard key signature form, so it could be said that the key of A# does not exist.

That said, TS, your scale is F mixolydian, but that set of notes is more likely to be used in the key of Bb. Other possibilities are, of course, Bb ionian, C dorian, D phrygian, Eb lydian, G aeolian, G minor, and A locrian.


just to add not argueing

these scales would more than likely be major or minor and not nessecarily ionian or aelonian

yes there is a difference you can play major but not ionian by adding accidentals

a chord progression determines a mode period.

with out a progression i would always personally define the scale as a major possibly relitive minor sclae but because the theory we learn is based off the major scale i go major.

there are probably arguements for me but i am not going to :0
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#15
Quote by lbc_sublime
just to add not argueing

these scales would more than likely be major or minor and not nessecarily ionian or aelonian

yes there is a difference you can play major but not ionian by adding accidentals

a chord progression determines a mode period.

with out a progression i would always personally define the scale as a major possibly relitive minor sclae but because the theory we learn is based off the major scale i go major.

there are probably arguements for me but i am not going to :0
Yes, good point. The notes are mostly likely to be Bb major or G minor, not necessarily Bb ionian or G aeolian.

And of course, harmony determines the mode. Hope no one turns this into another mode debate though. We gave him his scale name and hopefully that's the end of it.
#16
Quote by grampastumpy
Yes, good point. The notes are mostly likely to be Bb major or G minor, not necessarily Bb ionian or G aeolian.

And of course, harmony determines the mode. Hope no one turns this into another mode debate though. We gave him his scale name and hopefully that's the end of it.



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