Minor Tonality
Jan 3 2019, 10:05 PM
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hey Guys just wanted to post something that i've been working on.

basically If your in the key of G for example.

the three Minor Modes/tonalitys commonly used are Dorian,Phrygian and Aeolian

In this key it will Be :
A Dorian
B Phrygian
E Aeolian

Heres our basic A Minor pentatonic box were gonna use


So we can add A Dorian to this

Note: we have only added two new notes to minor pentatonic the B F# for this to have a Dorian tonality
starting from A B-C-D-E-F#-G

so lets add Phrygian to the shape now

its cool that the shape hasn't changed as all the notes were already there we just start it from a difference note

now start from B-C-E-F#-G-A

lets add our 3rd common minor mode.
lets have a look at the shape.

Cool we don't have to change anything all the notes are already there.

we just start from E-F#-G-A-B-C-D-

so lets have a quick recap




Hope this helps Guys

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This post has been edited by onetabmat: Jan 4 2019, 05:13 PM
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