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Littlewing  
2 Nov 2008 01:24 | Quote
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Just make this clear. A diatonic scale is any scale that has 5 whole steps and 2 half steps. A Pentatonic scale is a scale that has 5 tones. A hexatonic scale is a scale that has 8 tones. A Chromatic scale is basically all 12 tones in the western system. A Ahemitonic scale is a scale that has no half steps. Correct me on what ever i'm wrong on
shredguitar17  
2 Nov 2008 02:39 | Quote
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Hit it right on the head. Cheers to you friend.
JazzMaverick  
2 Nov 2008 14:35 | Quote
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An Ahemitonic scale would then also be known as the Whole Tone scale, right?
Calvin  
2 Nov 2008 15:27 | Quote
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@JazzMaverick:not exactly.An Anhemitonic scale generally means a scale that has no semitones(or half steps if you wish), as opposed to hemitonic scale->a scale that contains at least one semitone.A Whole Tone scale is one of the anhemitonic scales.

@Littlewing:A hexatonic scale has 6 tones not 8. ( hexa is a numerical prefix that means six-like in hexagram, hexameter etc).An eight tone scale is called octatonic.
JazzMaverick  
2 Nov 2008 15:52 | Quote
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only one? What are the others? this is similar to the three diminished positions, isn't it?


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