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Slash  
29 Aug 2005 07:50 | Quote
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hello! my question is, what are the differents between the lydian, dorian,... etc. i mean, what are they sounding like? i know that they are sounding different...but i want to know HOW :)
Chimzar  
29 Aug 2005 13:31 | Quote
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Posts: 91
I am sure what you asked. If you want to learn about modes, get a back issue of Guitar World, June 2005. It has a great article on modes and can probably explain it better than I ever could.
Chimzar  
29 Aug 2005 13:34 | Quote
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Posts: 91
CORRECTION: the frist sentance of my last post should say, "I am not sure what you asked." I guess I can't grammar good enough :).
Slash  
29 Aug 2005 15:04 | Quote
Posts: 20
Thx :) i mean..for example when you have a key of c and youre playing the C Lydian..it sounds different than the C Aeolian...so you can choose between them :)

and i wanted to know, when do i take the Lydian or the Aeolian? (:for example:)
Chimzar  
30 Aug 2005 08:51 | Quote
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It depends on what feel you want for the solo, and the song. If you want a dark minor sound, go with Aeolian or maybe Dorian. Bands like Black Sabbath and Pink Floyd used both these, and soloists like Jimi Hendrix (“Ezy Rider”) and Santana (“Soul Sacrifice”). Now, if you want a happier sound go with the major modes: Ionian, Lydian, and Mixolydian. These can be found in the music of the Beatles, Guns N’ Roses, and Cream. I hope this info helps.
Slash  
31 Aug 2005 06:39 | Quote
Posts: 20
Hey thank you very much !!!
Chimzar  
31 Aug 2005 07:38 | Quote
United States
Posts: 91
Your Welcome :)


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