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Ramiro Delforte
I'd like to share with all of you the links that I've used, beside the J.P Befumo book, to make the Exotic Scales series.

I took a lot of infomation of this link and I corrected some but essentially the PDF that I've made is the information on the link but classified.
http://www.harmonics.com/scales/index.html

This link has the information classified in a good way to understand
http://www.chubey.com/exotic-scal.html

Here you'll find the pitch class set (PCS) a classification of Allen Forte* but with the names that we usually use
http://solomonsmusic.net/pcsets.htm

In this site you'll find a great part of the scales and their inner structure.
http://www.theguitarfiles.com/guitarfile208.html

In this link you'll find a little mess but if you can decode the data in there it's pretty good.
http://www.geocities.com/soho/studios/9783/modes2.html

This site has little information but always is a good reference to have some extra info.
http://sanjeevnamjoshi.com/modulations3.htm

*Allen Forte developed a theory for the analysis of atonal music. I leave you the link to his book if you want to explore a little more into the topic.
http://www.amazon.com/Structure-Atonal-Mus...8595&sr=8-1

I hope you enjoy the data biggrin.gif

Be free to ask any questions.

Good luck.
Carlos Carrillo
Wow !This is a good idea! It is a lot of secret information for guitarists! Jajaja! Good work! cool.gif
Ramiro Delforte
Thanx Carlos!!!
That's why I thought to share this info smile.gif
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