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A Visual Approach To The Major Modes, Exercise, Theory and Application Lesson
enforcer
Jan 7 2009, 04:10 PM
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QUOTE (wrk @ Jan 7 2009, 04:14 PM) *
I would have let you answered first normally, but i thought it would be ok as it was a more general theory question smile.gif


dont mention it man, thank you biggrin.gif

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Wel, just a brief look and you have already gelled something that was forming in my mind! smile.gif Maybe I'll actually learn something when I give a closer look tonight.

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QUOTE (Toroso @ Jan 7 2009, 05:18 PM) *
Wel, just a brief look and you have already gelled something that was forming in my mind! smile.gif Maybe I'll actually learn something when I give a closer look tonight.

Thanks Can


Glad it worked for you man biggrin.gif

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Great lesson Enforcer. I am currently continuously working on interval recognition instantly from the root note as a basis and then switch to a certain mode, but this approach is as useful for easy recognization when you quickly want to do a speedy run etc. smile.gif

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Being a rather Beginner at learning chords, scales, and patterns and such this was pretty awesome!! it fit right in with what I was currently learning perfectly so I could see the differences..Thanks so much man..great lesson!

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QUOTE (enforcer @ Jan 6 2009, 04:12 PM) *
While playing this pattern, we are actually playing a D Phrygian starting from the A string, a G Aeolian starting from the D string a C Dorian starting from the G string and F Ionian starting from the B string.


6. Conclussion


At the end you must always keep in mind that, modes are not about notes, they are about intervals. And also as B string is half note flat in relation to others, it shifts our forms one fret higher.


I really loved this lesson and it should be linked to Andrews theory board about major modes!

Thinking visually can help a lot learning the shapes but what's even more fantastic about this lesson is that you're not only talking about the 7 different shapes and how they are transposable everywhere over the neck but you also mention these patterns of fingerings (see quote). Which makes the understanding full because when you're doing so the understanding process does not only rely on visual memory but a deeper understanding of relative modes (and how they follow each other) which is essential for everbody learning music. When I read the fingering-idea in the first chapter I knew this would be your conclusion biggrin.gif (Also, yes we have to keep in mind that semitone missing at the B string...)

Very well structured, very well organized! Keep this awesome work up, man! smile.gif

EDIT: Typo in quotation: "conclusion" smile.gif

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QUOTE (Velvet Roger @ Jan 7 2009, 05:46 PM) *
Great lesson Enforcer. I am currently continuously working on interval recognition instantly from the root note as a basis and then switch to a certain mode, but this approach is as useful for easy recognization when you quickly want to do a speedy run etc. smile.gif


I am planning to do a part2 of this lesson about intervals and mode native chords in a few days biggrin.gif

thank you biggrin.gif

QUOTE (Dreamcatcher @ Jan 7 2009, 05:46 PM) *
Being a rather Beginner at learning chords, scales, and patterns and such this was pretty awesome!! it fit right in with what I was currently learning perfectly so I could see the differences..Thanks so much man..great lesson!


I am really glad, you are welcome biggrin.gif

QUOTE (berko @ Jan 7 2009, 06:00 PM) *
I really loved this lesson and it should be linked to Andrews theory board about major modes!

Thinking visually can help a lot learning the shapes but what's even more fantastic about this lesson is that you're not only talking about the 7 different shapes and how they are transposable everywhere over the neck but you also mention these patterns of fingerings (see quote). Which makes the understanding full because when you're doing so the understanding process does not only rely on visual memory but a deeper understanding of relative modes (and how they follow each other) which is essential for everbody learning music. When I read the fingering-idea in the first chapter I knew this would be your conclusion biggrin.gif (Also, yes we have to keep in mind that semitone missing at the B string...)

Very well structured, very well organized! Keep this awesome work up, man! smile.gif

EDIT: Typo in quotation: "conclusion" smile.gif


Man than you for your good thoughts about my lesson, actually we talked with Andrew and I got his permission to make some video tutorials about his theory lessons that some GMCers would like a video explanation. This will be a hard work for me but I'll try to do my best biggrin.gif

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QUOTE (enforcer @ Jan 7 2009, 05:17 PM) *
Man than you for your good thoughts about my lesson, actually we talked with Andrew and I got his permission to make some video tutorials about his theory lessons that some GMCers would like a video explanation. This will be a hard work for me but I'll try to do my best biggrin.gif


ha!... can't wait for this biggrin.gif cool.gif

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Excellent lesson Can I love it !!!

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OK Can. I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer so.... I've been thinking about this alot lately and was forming the idea that modes were based on intervals. So I guess I was heading down the right path. To solidify, if I desired to play B Phrygian, I would start at B and use the Phrygian interval sequence?

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QUOTE (Toroso @ Jan 8 2009, 01:45 AM) *
OK Can. I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer so.... I've been thinking about this alot lately and was forming the idea that modes were based on intervals. So I guess I was heading down the right path. To solidify, if I desired to play B Phrygian, I would start at B and use the Phrygian interval sequence?


Yeah man that is correct. When you start from B and use Phrygian interval sequence you'll be playing B Phrygian...

So actually you might be the sharpest knife in the drawer laugh.gif

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Its an excellent lesson, but im sad to say that im still confused on all this.... guess im a hard head when it comes to this...

Ill keep working on all this

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QUOTE (Outlaw2112 @ Jan 8 2009, 03:49 AM) *
Its an excellent lesson, but im sad to say that im still confused on all this.... guess im a hard head when it comes to this...

Ill keep working on all this


Man, really ask anything, it will be easier that way..


edit: anythink?!

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Really cool lesson, it has just been featured in our knowledge base Student Instructors Portal smile.gif

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he he thanks man, I've been preparing some new stuff, it is a little massive, so I don't know when it will be posted but I'll keep working on it.

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