Re: Modes basic idea--help!
- From: Mo <yesno@xxxxxxx>
- Date: 07 Mar 2006 08:12:20 GMT
"Lumpy" <lumpy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in news:474in9Fdrhu2U1
I don't disagree in the least. It's the sound
of each mode that we should be after. That
sounds (pun alert) like what's causing confusion
for Mo, the original poster.
Here's an example of "how it sounds"...
Yes, I definitely 'get' the idea behind using modes --that they each set a
different mood. And that each work with a specific set of chords and chord
progressions (or rather, they don't work with every set of chords and chord
progressions). So part of the 'work' of learning the modes is also learning
to recognize which mode matches the music.
All that is a big reason why I'm kind of excited about getting started on
learning modes (in a post later in this thread though I explain why working
on the modes is actually a jump ahead in my teacher's program).
I mean, I like the pentatonic scale okay, but there's no question that I
have much more to say in 'mixolydian'...
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