Scales

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C Major Pentatonic Scale: Theory and Ear Training

As the name suggests, the Major Pentatonic Scale has five notes… another existence proof that scales are not made up

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C Dorian Scale: Theory and Ear Training

The Dorian Scale is widely used in Pop, Jazz, Rock, and Folk musics.  Listen to a few examples to familiarize yourself

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C Mixolydian Scale: Theory and Ear Training

The C Mixolydian Scale has the same notes as the C Major Scale with one exception: Bb (Te) instead of B (Ti).

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C Harmonic Minor Scale: Theory and Ear Training

The Harmonic Minor Scale is one of many existence proofs that scales are not made up of half steps and

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C Melodic Minor Scale: Theory and Ear Training

The Melodic Minor Scale is unique among scales because some of the notes change depending on whether you are going

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C Natural Minor Scale: Theory and Ear Training

Why is the Natural Minor Scale called “natural“? Perhaps it is because the “Natural Minor” is the minor scale that