I actually love this one
It reminds me of Sikth, definite plus
I normally don't dig these exotic scales, but this one sounds really cool, I'll definately give it a try
Everybody don't forget the solo/application for this scale is on the bottom of the main site in the "Recent lessons" or you can find it in the "related lessons" tab.
That's a pretty unusual scale, awesome!
Unique scale indeed, thanks Ramiro!
Interesting sounds, Ramiro!
That was very interesting scale and of course well played! I`ll give it a try
Great to learn something new
Very interesting scale,thanks on lesson !
Somehow I missed that one, what an interesting scale!!!!
very nice and powerful
Hi GMC! Welcome to the a new Exotic Scale Series lesson. Now we are going to explore the Purvi scale. As in the previous lessons you know that this lesson will be about the chord progression and the modes positions in one octave.
I hope you enjoy the lesson!
Here is the chord progression: Cmaj7- B sus4- E6- Ab7 (#5#9)- Dbm maj7- F#7sus4- Bsus4- Cmaj7- Cmaj7 (#11)- Dbm7 (11)- Bsus4- E69/G- Cmaj7.
Purvi: I – II – III – IV – V – VI – VII
C Db E F# G Ab B
2nd : Chromatic Hypophrygian Db – E – F# – G – Ab – B – C – Db
3rd : Chromatic Hypodorian E – F# – G – Ab – B – C – Db – E
4th : Chromatic Mixolydian F# – G – Ab – B – C – Db – E – F#
5th : Chromatic Lydian G – Ab – B – C – Db – E – F# – G
6th : Chromatic Phrygian Ab – B – C – Db – E – F# – G – Ab
7th : Chromatic Dorian B – C – Db – E – F# – G – Ab – B