L124 Dm-Am pentatonic fill

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Minor pentatonic 1(D), b3 (F), 4 (G), 5 (A), b7 (C) fill over a Dm line.

Im actually doin the the same motif in using both the Dm pentatonic scale  (first 4 notes) AND the Am pentatonic (next 4 notes).

So you can use a minor pentatonic scale (Am) a fifth above the root note (Dm), to get a more jazzy sound

Spelled out:  Am pentatonic’s notes –  A, C, D, E, G will in relation to Dm be the 5, b7, 1, 9 and 4 interval.

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Bahivdiba said,


September 23, 2008 @ 12:21 pm

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stoob said,


August 30, 2008 @ 9:13 pm

Great stuff, you wouldn’t be able to give us a break down of the complicated stuff in this piece would ya?
http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/135457

Please! :ø)


 

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