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I have a question so i thought what better place to come ask.
When creating a 7th or 9th chord do you add the 7th or 9th makeing a 1-3-5-7 / 1-3-5-9, or do you remove the 3rd and add the 7th or 9th makeing a 1-3-7 / 1-3-9?
Thank you in advance for any help.
Dm pentatonic would be the most obvious choice. But sure, C major pentatonic would work too - they are actually just one note different. C major pentatonic has an E, D minor pentatonic has an F. But I think this is what 20T was talking about: Lydian: major pentatonic + #4 and maj7 Major: major pentatonic + 4 and maj7 Mixolydian: major pentatonic + 4 and b7 Dorian: minor pentatonic + 2 and 6 Minor: minor pentatonic + 2 and b6 Phrygian: minor pentatonic + b2 and b6 Yip exactly how I visualize modes.
which part are you referring to? please elaboratenot really tho
ouch, wow you really got me there. You're so witty and clever. I'm clearly out of my league trying to match intellect with you, so I think I'll just not.do you need a hand getting the stick out of your arse mate?
Nope, it's kind of silly to be honest. If I want to do business (whether it be at the swimming pool, a local gym, or whatever) I shouldn't be denied on account of my religion, race, gender, or disability.I signed up for a women only gym because going into a weights room with men around is really intimidating and the weights are more likely to be available to use.
If having a women only session once a week is going to encourage more women to attend, then I don't think it's really a problem. It's not like men will suffer because they can't go at that one time in the week. Should there be men only sessions? Sure, if the gender imbalance goes the other way like running men only pole fitness or ballet classes.
Closing a swimming pool's women only session because only Muslim women were using it doesn't sound quite. Sounds like misinformation. If they closed it because it wasn't well attended then that's fair enough, but if they closed it because the majority were Muslim, then that's religious discrimination, not sexism.
I'm still somehow thinking in my head "maybe someday we'll realize it's a mistake".
It is hard to intuitively grasp the math behind this. If I remember high school math correctly it's (length of progression) to the power of (amount of available chords). So if only the chords C, D and G existed you could create 4^3 = 64 different 4 bar progressions - if you only change chord once per bar.
With 8 bars, you're already at 512 different progressions.
And with 8 bars and 7 chords (all the "in key chords" or whatever you call them, but not counting the different inversions and colours) we're at a whopping 2'097 152 different progressions.
Yes, imitation is one of the best ways to learnShould I complete my songs even if they are blatant ripoffs?
MM, 20Tigers ... well thought out responses. Thought you were studying musid, not maths!
Did that. It's not a second. 71bpm.Well, it's not completely arbitrary - put a finger to your neck artery. ;-)
(I assume the 60 seconds and 60 minutes came from the base they worked with. And well, 60 hour cycles don't make sense to work with so they decided the day was 24h.)