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

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 smile.gif


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post 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...
tyvm Adam.


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Wow, some good thoughts here, thanks for clarifying. I had no clue about this rule smile.gif


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