#1
are those practically the same scale? That's weird.
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#2
no they are not

E ionian: E F# G# A B C# D#


e:-0---2---4
B:-0---2---4
G:---1-2----
D:---1-2---4
A:-0---2---4
E:-0---2---4


E phyrgian: E F G A B C D


e:-0-1---3--
B:-0-1---3--
G:-0---2----
D:-0---2-3--
A:-0---2-3--
E:-0-1---3--
#3
No, they're completely different...E phrygian has the same notes as C Ionian.

And it's not wierd at all, it's just how scales work.
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#4
What made you think they were the same scale in the first place?
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#5
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No, they're completely different...E phrygian has the same notes as C Ionian.
It should be noted, however, that their usages are very different.