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Natural Minor = flat 3rd, flat 6th, flat 7th
Harmonic minor = flat 3rd, flat 6th, natural 7th
Melodic minor = flat 3rd, natural 6th and 7th
I was wondering if someone could help me with some more music theory. Could someone please explain to me the ascending and descending form of a minor scale? The only things I know is that in a melodic scale has a few different notes coming down and going up (I think).
Next up is Triplets. I really do not understand triplets that much, so any explanation to them also would be good.Anyway, any explanations for either would help me a lot. Thanks!
Ascending a Minor scale would be starting on the root note(example: Cminor’s root note is C) and going UP the scale to its octave(Example: C, D, Eb, F, G, Ab, Bb, C)
For Descending your taking the minor scale and going DOWN the scale(Example: C, Bb, Ab, G, F, Eb, D, C)
To Change any Major Scale to a Minor you have to flat the 3rd, 6th and 7th in the scale.
To change any Major Chord to a Minor Chord you have to flat the 3rd note in the scale.
For Triplets you have to take for example straight 8th notes; which are counted as 1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and, and you have to count them like this(1 ah lee 2 ah lee 3 ah lee 4 ah lee)
Take some time to actually clap out the straight 8th’s as you count them(1 and 2 and 3 and 4 and);Clap on (1) and (and)....For triplets count them(1 ah lee 2 ah lee 3 ah lee 4 ah lee);clap on (1) (ah) (lee)....., and so on.
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