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Altered Minor Scales
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The diatonic minor is formed by using a specific interval forumla.
1st note, whole step, 2nd note, half step, 3rd note, whole step, 4th note, whole step, 5th note, half step, 6th note, whole step, 7th note, whole step, 8th note (which is one octave higher than the first note).
Let's use this idea to play an A minor scale.
Next, let's assign all the notes numbers, the term "scale degree" and a unique name:
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