Arpeggio Exercises Lydian

admin: May 19, 2018, 8:16 p.m. ·
The Arpeggio Exercise intends to be fun and interesting and an accessible means for users to acquire basic chords, being able to identify minor, major and even diminished while improving their ability to solo in the key in reference. Learning all the intervals in the scale which this exercise really helps with gives a guitar hero many different choices of tones that can be deployed to communicate a feeling and set a mood. The Lydian mode in regards to Ionian has the intervals 4, 5, 6, 7, 1, 2, 3, 4, thus as each of these intervals corresponds with a mode and each mode has a certain type of basic chord, the chords one would play for Lydian would be Major for Lydian, Major for Mixolydian, Minor for Aeolian, Diminished for Locrian, Major for Ionian, Minor for Dorian, Minor for Phrygian, Major for Lydian.

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