Modes Part 2 – Interval Formulas, Construction, Characteristics, Parent Scales, Minor Modes
We continue with modes in Episode 27 and learn two different possible interval formulas for each mode, how to construct them (including a very easy third way that references major and natural minor scales), the characteristics and “flavor” of each mode, parent scales, and the natural minor modes. If you haven’t seen part 1 in episode 26 I highly recommend watching it first. You are NOT going to want to miss the next episode as it explains exactly WHY modes are important and how they are useful in understanding harmony.
Music tracks featured in this episode are from Ilya Serov’s album “September In The Rain” and can be found at this link
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