The Scale/ Scales

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 2:47 AM , have 0 comments
On some songs we can find the same tone high and there are not because of the distance between the notes is not the same. In the music world there are 7 basic tone is always repeated, namely: C, D, E, F, G, A, B or often called the scales.

These neutral tone composition: C - D - E - F - G - A - B - C
The division Appliances Tone: 

C -- D -- E - F -- G -- A -- B – C
    1     1     ½    1     1      1     ½ 

Scales can be divided into 3, among others:

  1. Major scale
  2. Minor Tones Stairs
  3. Chromatic Tones Stairs
So the composition of tones Major Appliances:

Major scale in music or guitar is a form scales in order 1-1-1/2-1-1-1-1/2 scale. Generally the tone scale is presented in the form of the seven diatonic tones. It also can describe one octave.

So the composition of minor tone Appliances:
By using C as the principal tone (root) then a C Minor scales will form the octave into: CD-Eb-FG-Ab-Bb-C
The pattern repeated for the next octave, higher or lower. Minor scales identical to Aeolian, which can express sadness or depressed

The tone chromatic arrangement Appliances:
On the chromatic scales, tone raised half a tone or lowered half a tone. The tone is raised 1/2 called Kruis (#), for example, on scales C increased 1/2 being C #.
Tone down 1/2 called Mol (b), D misalnua tone lowered to Db
Samuel Kurnianta
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