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Melodic Minor Scales with formula

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Here we are going to know about all the Melodic Minor Scales and their Patterns in a very simple way. You only need one simple Melodic Minor Scale formula to form any Melodic Minor Scale.

If you know the Major Scales and Major Scale formula then it becomes very easy to know all the Melodic Minor Scales.
What are Melodic Minor Scales? Melodic Minor Scales are the same as Natural Minor Scales only the difference is Melodic Minor Scale uses only b3 (flat third) as compare to Natural Minor Scale.

Even though you don't need to know Minor Scales as well. You just need the Major Scale to form any Melodic Minor Scale you want.

Just use the Major Scale and make b3 (flat third) instead of 3rd and guess what you got your Melodic Minor Scale without knowing any other Scales.
Melodic Minor Scale Formula:[ whole - half - whole - whole - whole - whole - half ]
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[ 1 - 2 - b3 - 4 - 5 - 6 - 7 - (8)]
So in this formula, the whole step is one whole step to another note (e.g. - C to D, B to C#, Eb to F). And…

Harmonic Minor Scales with formula

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Here we are going to know about all the Harmonic Minor Scales and their Patterns in a very simple way. You only need one simple Harmonic Minor Scale formula to form any Harmonic Minor Scale. If you know the Major Scales then it becomes very easy to know all the Harmonic Minor Scales.
What are Harmonic Minor Scales?Harmonic Scales are the same as Natural Minor Scales only the difference is Harmonic Minor uses Major 7th instead of Minor 7th. And that note becomes augmented second between the sixth and seventh degrees. These Harmonic Minor Scales are mostly used in Jazz Music and Neo-Classical Music.
Even though you don't need to know Minor Scales as well. You just need the Major Scale to form any Harmonic Minor Scale you want.

You Can just use the Major Scale and make b3 and b6 (flat third and flat sixth) and keep other notes as it is and guess what you got your Harmonic Minor Scale.
Harmonic Minor Scale Formula:[ whole - half - whole - whole - half - (whole + half ) - half ]
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[ 1 - 2 -…

All Guitar Minor Scales with formula

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Here we are going to know about all the Guitar Minor Scales and their Patterns in a very simple way. You only need one simple Minor Scale formula to form any Minor Scale. If you know the Major Scales then it becomes very easy to know all the Minor Scales.
What are Minor Scales? Just like Major Scales, you can form any Minor Scale with a single formula. Always keep in mind that Minor Scales are always sounded sad. It is very useful for sad guitar song soloing or lead.

In Minor Scale, you just need to lower the half step (one fret) of 3rd, 6th, 7th note of the Major Scale.

Just like the Major Scales, we have Formula for the Minor Scales. For e.g. we are going to use the C Minor Scale for demonstration. Let's Understand the formula first.
Minor Scale Formula:[ whole - half - whole - whole - half - whole - whole ]
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[ 1 - 2 - b3 - 4 - 5 - b6 - b7 - (8) ]
So in this formula, the whole step is one whole step to another note (e.g. - C to D, B to C#, Eb to F). And the half step is half steps to …

All Guitar Major Scales with formula

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Here we are going to know about all the Guitar Major Scales and their Patterns in a very simple way. You only need one simple formula to form any Guitar Major Scale.

So basically Major Scales are very important and you should learn Major Scale before learning any other Scales. All the other Scales are mostly based on Major Scale. Remembering any scale is not going to work in the long run. You have to understand the theory behind that. What are Major Scales? Major Scales are the base of every other Scale. You can form any scale by using a Major Scale. So there are 12 Major Scales because of course, you know there are only 12 notes in Music that's why there are 12 Major Scales in Guitar. Always keep in mind that Major Scales always sounds happy and vibrant.

We need only one single formula to know all the Major Scales. For e.g. we are going to use the C Major Scale for demonstration. Let's Understand the formula first. Major Scale Formula:[ whole - whole - half - whole - whole - whole…

List of all Music Scales and its types

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Here I have listed all the Music Scales and its types in a simple way. Get to know how the Scales formed and how we can use them in many different genres.

There are so many scales to study but you don't need to worry about it. By studying one single Scale and formula you can form many Scales easily. What is Music Scales?Music Scales are nothing but the combinations of several musical notes which sounds great together. In music, we have 12 notes in which 7 notes are natural and 5 notes are altered notes.So when all the 12 notes are present on one scale then we called it Chromatic Scale and when the scale includes only 7 notes then we called it Diatonic Scale.For e.g. In C chromatic Scale we have [C, C#, D, D#, E, F, F#, G, G#, A, A#, B, (C)].So on this scale, [C, D, E, F, G, A, B] are the natural notes and [C#, D#, F#, G#, A#] are the altered notes. For D# and A# we also called Eb and Bb respectively.Types of Music Scales:Major ScalesMinor ScalesHarmonic Minor ScalesMelodic Minor Sca…