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using relative scale

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knox1  
21 Sep 2006 03:47 | Quote
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the formula is 123456 then the last note is the relative of the note!lol^^
mightydave  
21 Sep 2006 05:56 | Quote
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what is your question ?
CostacheCaragi  
21 Sep 2006 09:40 | Quote
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i guess if your using the major scale, then the vi chord will be the relative minor of the I chord,
mightydave  
21 Sep 2006 12:09 | Quote
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he's asking the relative scale , so you already know the 6th of the scale is the relative minor of the major scale so in c this is a , so a minor would be a -b-c-d-e-f-g-a

i don't think this is your question?


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