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Cosmin Lupu
post Nov 11 2012, 08:46 PM
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Alright Dieter smile.gif

I have a practical assignment for you biggrin.gif

I would like you to play the G major scale on the neck horizontally and underneath each note please play the characteristic scale degree of the mode starting from the particular note. Example: G and F# in the same time - so you actually play the M7 interval of G. You will play one interval for each step of the G major scale. Please tell me if you understood the task biggrin.gif

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post Nov 12 2012, 02:53 PM
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Hello Cosmin !

Yes i understood what you want me to do !

G - F# is ionien

G - E is dorian


G - A is phrygian

G - C is lydian


G - F# is myxolydian


G - C is aeolian

G - D is locrian !? huh.gif wink.gif

G A B C D E F# ionien scale so always each tone with characteristic scale degree F# too

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post Nov 12 2012, 06:25 PM
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hey Dieter biggrin.gif Not like that wink.gif

I would say more like:

G - F# - this is the note that offers G its Ionian sound
A- find the note giving A Dorian its sound
B - find the note giving B Phrygian its sound
C - find the note giving C Lydian its sound
D - find the note giving D Mixolydian its sound
E - find the note giving E Aeolian its sound
F# - find the note giving F# Locrian its sound

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post Nov 12 2012, 09:11 PM
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ok Cosmin i got it !

Dieter

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ok Cosmin i got it !

Dieter




G - F#

A - F#

B - C

C - F#

D - C

E - A

F# - C
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Hey Cosmin the sound very harmonized together , very interesting !

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QUOTE (Dieterle @ Nov 12 2012, 08:56 PM) *
Hey Cosmin the sound very harmonized together , very interesting !

Dieter


Hehe! Dieter, you got them right aside from E Aeolian which has C as the characteristic scale degree (that's the b6th) right? The Aeolian formula is 1 2 b3 4 5 b6 b7 - if you apply it starting from E, you get the E Aeolian mode.

Can you do the same thing but now based on having E major as the mother scale? biggrin.gif


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huh.gif Cosmin Aeolian b 6th biggrin.gif YES !

Ok here i go for E major

E - D#

F# - D#

G# - A

A - D#

B - A

C# - A

D# - A
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Correct!! biggrin.gif Good Job Dieter! Now - Can you please record yourself while playing these intervals? Harmonic - that means the two notes simultaneously and melodic - that means that you play them separately biggrin.gif


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Hallo Cosmin !

You mean like that !? cool.gif

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Something like that - but I'd like to hear it slower - let the notes ring in order to hear their clash against one another and thus have a better idea regarding how they sound together smile.gif

Your next assignment will include chords and btw, I hope you make it to the v-chat tonight smile.gif


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Good evening Cosmin!

Sorry yesterday i couldn`t take part on video chat ,
but here a slower record of homework .

Heave a nice weekend !

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Alright Dieter! The whole purpose of this idea is to get used to the sound of different notes against each other. Now, the next step would be your following assignment:

Please record the following chords for one bar each at a tempo of 70 BPM and play the characteristic scale degrees against them. One bar, one chord, one note smile.gif

E maj - D#

F# min - D#

G# min - A

A maj - D#

B maj - A

C# min - A

D# diminished - A

Deal?

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Hello Cosmin here my next record !

And sorry i just recognized that i wrote the chords in german way what means for example :

A major = A F# minor = F# m !!!!

In future i try writing it the english way A major = A maj F#minor = F#min


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Very good Dieter! Tell me are you beginning to feel the differences and flavors of each mode? I can hear them in this exercise and I am curious if you started too biggrin.gif


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Hey Cosmin , yes it is very inspiring what you try me to show !

Keep on going ! tongue.gif


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Hey Dieter smile.gif Next step - are you up for the following challenge?

I will record random minor and major chords and play a certain note over each chord - you have to recognize the interval and the chord - it will go like this:

Step 1 - listen
Step 2 - tell me if it's a minor or major chord
Step 3 - tell me what interval is played (2nd, third, fourth and so on)

What do you say? biggrin.gif

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Good Evening Cosmin !

Yes my Great Mentor lets go for it !

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Hey Dieter, alright, coming up!


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Good morning Cosmin !

How are ya ?

I just got my first coffee biggrin.gif

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Hey Dieter! Good morning to ya mate! A bit desperate to solve things with the Days of Confusion CDs - they were supposed to arrive tomorrow but the provider will ship on the release day... sad.gif


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