The biggest feature of Dorian mode is I-4
For example, if I set up an A Dorian mode, then it is (Am-Dmaj)
Then I chose to recommend, but I didn’t recommend it.
When I chose Per scale, Fmaj actually appeared in the fifth recommended position.
I now choose C Phrygain dominant scale
The biggest feature of this scale is 1-2, which is Cmaj, Dbmaj
So I used the recommendation, this time it was good, Dbmaj ranked second in the recommendation.
Each scale mode actually has the most characteristic progressions
It can be distinguished at the first listen.
Especially lydian, dorian, and Phrygian, these are commonly used in various songs.
I don’t know anything else.
So, can SCALER TEAM continue to do a great thing.
Make each of them. I didn’t think it would be convenient to put it on the top, or to put it in area B or area C.
This is equivalent to a classic recommendation?
It does not matter if there is a text in the introduction.
Or, these functions already exist, but I don’t know.
Can you understand what I mean?
Each scale type has a well-recognizable chord progression. Make this chord progression easy for everyone to use and write it out directly, which will also help you learn music knowledge.
Because it is a translation, I am worried that everyone will not understand it. I will give another example of MixoLydian at the end.
The biggest change in MixoLydian is Bbmaj, Gm
Popular songs, rock and roll commonly used are I-bVII-IV-I, I-bVII-I
Hope that Scaler can write this out.