Hexatonic Scales

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We have already covered the hexatonic scale for the ionian mode, now let’s learn the hexatonic shapes for 3 more modes.

Here’s dorian:

Here’s phrygian:

Here’s lydian: 

Lastly, will cover the last 3 modes mixolydian, aeolian, and locrian.

Hexatonics Part 3

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What Are Arpeggios?

An arpeggio is built from the notes that make up a chord, but are picked as individual notes. They may be used as fill-ins, linking melodies with chords and chord/melody. Arpeggios have their own patterns but not unlike their chord counterparts. There are 5 basic patterns for each type of arpeggio just like there were 5 basic patterns for each type of chord.



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