What To Do With A Pentatonic Scale


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What To Do With A Pentatonic Scale

The most familiar type of scale is the “diatonic scale” which contains 8 scale notes in each octave. But there are other types of scales which have different numbers of notes. One is a chromatic scale, which contains all the notes of the diatonic scale plus 5 other notes, making 12 notes. Then there is a whole tone scale which has 7 notes.

There is also a 5-note scale called a pentatonic scale – “penta” means five. It is composed of the root, 2nd, 3rd, 5th and 6th notes of a diatonic scale.

In the video below I demonstrate one thing you can do with a pentatonic scale – (and there are other things you can do as well, of course):

If you want to learn ALL about scales, click the link below:

All About Scales & How To Use Them

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And for a wonderful course in singing:

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