#1
i been confused for a long time , what are some things why people pick different letters?
#2
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the letters are notes
the scales are the pattern of the notes that follow
#3
is English not your first language?
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#4
if your talking about D# vs Eb then thats because you want each scale to include each letter ( a,b,c,d,e,f,g)
#7
i mean like how people put or combine scales to together to make a good sound of mixture by the letter of the scales
#8
Quote by metalangelx
i mean like how people put or combine scales to together to make a good sound of mixture by the letter of the scales
That would be music theory, my friend, and a great source for that is...my sig!
#9
Quote by bangoodcharlote
That would be music theory, my friend, and a great source for that is...my sig!

agh your sigs someday i will read them they seem to contain the answers to most peoples questions
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#10
Slightly offtopic, but....

Did you re-write that music theory article yet, Sue? I think it needs a few touch ups, its a pity I'm too lazy to do it myself.
#11
Quote by demonofthenight
Did you re-write that music theory article yet, Sue? I think it needs a few touch ups, its a pity I'm too lazy to do it myself.
It was edited several months ago; I fixed the CoF and a few other phrases I didn't like, as well as polishing some spelling and grammar. Do we need a third edition, though?
#12
Quote by Sieves
agh your sigs someday i will read them they seem to contain the answers to most peoples questions


It even answers who created God, you should read it...


I still think they should do chain lessons. As since this lesson is supposedely for beginners, have that lesson direct to other complete lessons about a subject they want to learn (like if they talk about the CoF, they can direct to another lesson with more information, or if they are talking about chord or scale formation, or rhythm, or even more basic stuff (standard notation, etc) etc)