I’m not going linearly through modes here. Instead, I’m focusing on the ones I like the most and appear the most.
Mixolydian is EVERYWHERE throughout classic rock. This is because it’s simply a Major Scale with a b7th. This means it’s a great way to be Major, but not TOO Major. Just a little stank 🙂
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Cloudlifter – Art Tube Mp Preamp
Tascam Dr-40 Field Recorder
Garageband -Valhalla Vintage Verb
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Video Where to Start With Music Theory, Episode 9: Mixolydian What, Where, Why, When, & How?
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