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Music Theory
RelaxedDude  
24 Nov 2008 21:50 | Quote
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So I was playing the G major scale and I realized that the notes that comprise the scale can be used to form chords that sound good together, such as Gmaj, Am, Cmaj, Dmaj, ect.

Did I just discover something?

Also, is the G major scale the same as the C Lydian?
TheAmericanBrit  
24 Nov 2008 21:54 | Quote
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1 word: duh.
RelaxedDude  
24 Nov 2008 22:00 | Quote
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Haha Ive been playing for years but Im not that learned in theory
TheAmericanBrit  
24 Nov 2008 22:10 | Quote
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We're gonna get you some edumacations. Yeah, and we're gonna learn you book.

As good as I'm told I am, I don't know jack when it comes to theory. There are those who can do, and those who can teach - I'm a doer.
blackholesun  
25 Nov 2008 01:44 | Quote
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They sound good together because the notes that form them come from the G major scale. Nothing new there unfortunately!

Yes, G major has the same notes as C Lydian, although they start on different notes.
JoeDalton  
25 Nov 2008 02:01 | Quote
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TAB... just no.

To the idea, yes. Every chord used with a scale involves the notes in that scale.
JazzMaverick  
25 Nov 2008 07:57 | Quote
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C Lydian is from G Major. That's why they sound good together

G Major
A Dorian
B Phrygian
C Lydian
D Mixolydian
E Aeolian (Natural Minor)
F# Locrian

All of these are called this because they originate from the Major scale. So naturally, C Lydian would originate from G Major.

Unfortunately, I don't think there's anything new to discover about music. Possibly have a different way of understanding, but that's probably it. Music has been around since we've walked this place, so if there is something new, then I'd be amazed.
JoeDalton  
25 Nov 2008 08:09 | Quote
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Be amazed, just this weekend I found a new way to relieve tension of a 7 chord. (actually its a way to move the tension into a different relief)
JazzMaverick  
25 Nov 2008 08:11 | Quote
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ooh? How's that?
JoeDalton  
25 Nov 2008 08:12 | Quote
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I'll be online tonight if you have time.
JazzMaverick  
25 Nov 2008 09:53 | Quote
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Yeah, I'll be on a little later, practicing at the moment. :D
RelaxedDude  
25 Nov 2008 16:57 | Quote
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JazzMaverick says:
Unfortunately, I don't think there's anything new to discover about music


Haha sorry, I meant I discovered something new that I hadnt known before for my personal knowledge

Thanks though
JazzMaverick  
25 Nov 2008 17:06 | Quote
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No problem :D At least I didn't burst a bubble, always hate to do that.


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