# Modal Scale Interpretations Pt. 2

This series of posts shows how the modal scales can be interpreted into different scales. They do not exist in theory but are good to use.

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The interval degrees played would be:

These 2 ways of writing the scale will be how I will format the examples... Melodic Locrian (B Modal)-

Melodic Ionian (major) (C Modal)-

Melodic Dorian (D Modal)-

Melodic Phrygian (E Modal)-

Melodic Lydian (F Modal)-

The Melodic Lydian semitone intervals can all be lowered by one to make a proper scale:

Melodic Mixolydian (G Modal)-

The Melodic Mixolydian semitone intervals can all be lowered by one to make a proper scale:

These scales are not officially used but I figured them out and occasionally use them along with the set of scales in the next parts (although some of these scales have already been created and been given different names, unrelated to modal scales).

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