#1
I read a while ago one of the users on here mentioned a way to come up with notes to play over chords or something like that, I wish I could remember what the technique was or who said it but it was too long ago. Basically it was like a numbering system where you give the notes to each scale over each chord numbers or something, it was called encirclement or something like that(or maybe not I really don't know). I really can't remember but I know it was a cool concept and now I want to remember it but I can't.
#2
Circle of five? (wild guess)
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#3
Circle of fifths?

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#4
no it's not the circle of fifths, but thanks for guessing. It was some obscure technique for coming up with interesting tones.
#7
pentatonics?
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#8
music?
you probably mean the circle of fifths as it's presented in all-guitar-chords.com