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rex013090  
26 Jan 2007 22:37 | Quote
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uhm...I was listenin to my mp3 yesterday and I was amazed by the band disturbed and I wondered how what scales can I use to make a lead for a hardcore song..??

thanx in advance...
Calvin  
31 Jan 2007 17:12 | Quote
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I'd try it in harmonic minor.+of course one can never go wrong with minor pentatonic.:p
simon73  
5 Feb 2007 20:03 | Quote
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Agree Calvin
minor pentatonic
Afro_Raven  
14 Feb 2007 13:37 | Quote
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Try using the Locrian scale for a really dark sound, but there are loads of random scales on this site that you should try experimenting with. I am also in agreement on the use of the harmonic minor. Rave-On
rex013090  
17 Feb 2007 06:13 | Quote
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thanx for the infos...!!! Rock ON!!!!
blackholesun  
23 Feb 2007 09:41 | Quote
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minor pentatonic, harmonic minor, phrygian or locrian. The last two both feature the b2 (flatten 2nd) interval, and the locrian also includes the b5 (diminished 5th). There are loads of various ethic scales you could use as well, to give a middle eastern or asian sound to the song.
blackholesun  
23 Feb 2007 09:42 | Quote
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they are all on the scales tab right at the top of this page ^


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