Theory Question
Aug 29 2011, 09:22 PM
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Hey guys, i just wannt make sure that, this reasoning is correct.

Pefect Interval + # = Aug Interval
Aug + # = Major interval
Major+ # = Aug

if i continuo add' i will only get major or aug intervals

and i though, well Aug + b = Perfect.

but if we are "here"
Pefect Interval + # = Aug Interval
Aug + # = Major interval
Major+ # = Aug <--- b
it's gonna become Major, and i was like, hum okay so Aug can give birth to but perfect and imperfect intervals.
and came the conclusion that in this case i would need to add bbb (=) Aug+bbb.

is this correct?

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Aug 29 2011, 09:55 PM
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I think you're looking into this part too much, man!

If you increase the aug interval by a semitone, you'll get a double aug. (Source = Musician's Institute, Guitar Fretboard Workbook)

I'd just assume an aug interval to mean anything larger than a perfect interval or a major interval. Simple as that

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Aug 30 2011, 01:14 PM
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ahah yep, night before the post i was like ..well i know what happen if you raise a perfect/major blah blah, but what if you raise am Aug?
and never though of the double aug. also didn't had my theory stuff around me, so was hard to confirm...

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This post has been edited by MonkeyDAthos: Aug 30 2011, 01:21 PM

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Aug 30 2011, 04:15 PM
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Wow, some good thoughts here, thanks for clarifying. I had no clue about this rule

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