Leech Lessons. Part 1 - 120 Of 120 5 Tone Permutations

Here are 120 of the 120 permutations for any 5 tone motif or scale. This is just an "order of notes analysis" to give you an idea of how the concept really works.

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120 of 120 5 tone permutations Here are 120 of the 120 permutations for any 5 tone motif or scale. This is just an "order of notes analysis" to give you an idea of how the concept really works.
1-2-3-4-5....2-1-3-4-5.....3-1-2-4-5....4-1-2-3-5.....5-1-2-3-4 

1-2-5-4-3....2-1-5-4-3.....3-1-5-4-2....4-1-5-3-2.....5-1-4-3-2 

1-2-4-5-3....2-1-4-5-3.....3-1-2-5-4....4-1-2-5-3.....5-1-2-4-3 

1-2-3-5-4....2-1-3-5-4.....3-1-4-5-2....4-1-3-5-2.....5-1-3-4-2 

1-2-5-3-4....2-1-5-3-4.....3-1-4-2-5....4-1-3-2-5.....5-1-3-2-4 

1-2-4-3-5....2-1-4-3-5.....3-1-5-2-4....4-1-5-2-3.....5-1-4-2-3 

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1-5-2-4-3....2-3-1-4-5.....3-2-1-4-5....4-2-1-3-5.....5-2-1-3-4 

1-5-3-4-2....2-3-5-4-1.....3-2-5-4-1....4-2-5-3-1.....5-2-4-3-1 

1-5-2-3-4....2-3-1-5-4.....3-2-1-5-4....4-2-1-5-3.....5-2-1-4-3 

1-5-4-3-2....2-3-4-5-1.....3-2-4-5-1....4-2-3-5-1.....5-2-3-4-1 

1-5-3-2-4....2-3-5-1-4.....3-2-5-1-4....4-2-5-1-3.....5-2-4-1-3 

1-5-4-2-3....2-3-4-1-5.....3-2-4-1-5....4-2-3-5-1.....5-2-3-1-4 

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1-3-2-4-5....2-4-1-3-5.....3-4-1-2-5....4-3-1-2-5.....5-3-1-2-4 

1-3-5-4-2....2-4-5-3-1.....3-4-5-2-1....4-3-5-2-1.....5-3-4-2-1 

1-3-2-5-4....2-4-3-1-5.....3-4-2-1-5....4-3-2-1-5.....5-3-2-1-4 

1-3-4-5-2....2-4-5-1-3.....3-4-5-1-2....4-3-5-1-2.....5-3-4-1-2 

1-3-5-2-4....2-4-1-5-3.....3-4-1-5-2....4-3-1-5-2.....5-3-1-4-2 

1-3-4-2-5....2-4-3-5-1.....3-4-2-5-1....4-3-2-5-1.....5-3-2-4-1 

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1-4-2-3-5....2-5-1-3-4.....3-5-1-2-4....4-5-1-2-3.....5-4-1-2-3 

1-4-5-3-2....2-5-4-3-1.....3-5-4-2-1....4-5-3-2-1.....5-4-3-2-1 

1-4-2-5-3....2-5-3-1-4.....3-5-2-1-4....4-5-2-1-3.....5-4-2-1-3 

1-4-3-5-2....2-5-4-1-3.....3-5-4-1-2....4-5-3-1-2.....5-4-3-1-2 

1-4-5-2-3....2-5-1-4-3.....3-5-1-4-2....4-5-1-3-2.....5-4-1-3-2 

1-4-3-2-5....2-5-3-4-1.....3-5-2-4-1....4-5-2-3-1.....5-4-2-3-1

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    Burpin'Worm
    Permutations are just all the possible different combinations of the five notes. Personally I don't see much point in this lesson, other than to illustrate that even for a small number of notes there are many possibilities, which is obvious really.
    TokaiRocker2000
    hey cool no-ones commented on this in like a year. Oh yeah this lesson sucks. Sorry but it has to be said.
    SGuitarist33
    cffrmw wrote: hey if you morons would spent 5 seconds and think about it you'd understant. its pretty useless in my opinion but all it is showing you is every possible order you could play a five note/chord progression. for example, if you chose a, b, d, e, g, and assigned each note to a number (i.e. a=1, b=2, etc.) then you have every combination you could play those 5 chords assuming you dont repeat a chord in it.
    *****.
    wadsh
    What do you mean by leech? How do i use your permutations in your leech lessons? Can you explain the purpose of those permutations? tnx
    ashalan30
    very genius, you can use this device for making solos, riffs even chord patterns, took me a second to work it out and I'm just about to try it out on some notes, this should be fun
    0000409D
    if you still cant understand, id be glad to help you..mail me here... joshnerez@yahoo.com
    cffrmw
    hey if you morons would spent 5 seconds and think about it you'd understant. its pretty useless in my opinion but all it is showing you is every possible order you could play a five note/chord progression. for example, if you chose a, b, d, e, g, and assigned each note to a number (i.e. a=1, b=2, etc.) then you have every combination you could play those 5 chords assuming you dont repeat a chord in it.
    jetman_james
    this is f-cking genius.it took me a second to get it but when i did i thought, this is f-cking genius. look at it like a combination that you are trying to crack through trial and error. that's basically how it is written.