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Chords (Week 2 – Wed) – Relative Minor Scale

Every Major scale has it’s relative minor.

An easy way to figure it out, is that Root note would be the 6th of the Major key.
In the case of CM, the 6th would be A, which would then become the Root.

 

 

 

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Slight changes in the scale could change the the minor scale.
If you raise the 7th in the Natural minor scale,
it then becomes a Harmonic Minor Scale.

 

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There is also a Melodic Scale which is a bit tricky.
On the way up, you play a minor scale and raise the 6th and 7th notes up a half step.
On the way down, you make them natural.

 

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Posted in Chords by kato1o on January 9th, 2013 at 10:00 am.

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