#1
Can anyone tell me what scale this is please?

1, b2, 3, 4, 5, b6, b7


Thanks



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#3
Many thanks

Quick question, is dominant the same as major?



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#4
Not quite, dominant refers to the fifth degree of the scale. Phrygian Dominant is the fifth mode of harmonic minor.

In terms of chords, a dominant 7th chord is a major triad with a minor 7th,
Cmaj = C E G
C7 = C E G Bb
#5
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Not quite, dominant refers to the fifth degree of the scale. Phrygian Dominant is the fifth mode of harmonic minor.

In terms of chords, a dominant 7th chord is a major triad with a minor 7th,
Cmaj = C E G
C7 = C E G Bb


Teach me? Please
#7
I did not understand any of it man, I'm a tab *****, only recently started to learn sheet music.
#10
Quote by TyFood
I did not understand any of it man, I'm a tab *****, only recently started to learn sheet music.


Ideally, you should try to take a basic class or lessons if at all possible or at least buy some books. That is the best way to get a good foundation, a lot of info on the internet isn't presented well, has errors & opinions, grazes over key concepts etc. That said there is plenty of good info online, sometimes you just have to sift through a bunch of bs. These are some good sites. Just ask questions as you go

http://www.musictheory.net
http://www.teoria.com/tutorials/index.htm
http://www.dolmetsch.com/theoryintro.htm
http://www.zentao.com/guitar/theory

As you learn concepts, try to analyze music you like, seeing it in the context of music you enjoy goes a long way
#12
Quote by TyFood
I did not understand any of it man, I'm a tab *****, only recently started to learn sheet music.

It has nothing to do with sheet music, it relates to music theory. You'll need to understand the basics of scale construction, intervals and modes before you know exactly what and why Phrygian Dominant is.