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    Hi Jeff, i know you uploaded the grid table ages ago, but recently i started using the ion,dor,lyd,mix and aolian scales properly, so the grid has now come in real handy for a quick reference – cheers sxpoet

    #41313
    Mel
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    Great reference guide! Thanks for the work done on this.

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    Jeff
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    Thanks guys. You can have confidence in the table because I have checked it against a number of my music theory books. Memorising major scales is one thing, but I don’t know how anyone can memorise all those modes. I have laminated my sheets and have them around my house and books for quick reference. Cheers

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    Jeff
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    Here’s a stripped down reference for when transposing music from concert to Bb for Tenor or Eb for Alto.

    http://tangram.co.za/sft.pdf

    The darker squares are the keys with flats.

    I stuck this image on the side of my PC for quick reference.

    #53728
    Jeff
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    Here’s an interesting article on the modes which will explain how to use my grid table.

    How The Chord-Scale System Has Failed You: 6 Steps to Freedom With Scales and Modes

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