[Art][OC] Red Chromatic Dragon Scale Notebook I made
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sight reading my chromatic scale? no thank you
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I'm going into 2 years of French horn experience, 8th grade, and I'm unable to consistently play higher than 3rd space C, any tips on how to improve high register? (Need to be able to play up to 5th line E for chromatic scale)
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My picking hand is faster than fretting hand. What can I practice other than chromatic scales to synchronize both hands? Thanks in advance.
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Fillbots 2 but it uses all the notes in the chromatic scale v.redd.it/rwixm6kouiy51
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How did the chromatic scale come about?

So, how is it that certain notes have sharps and flats and others donโ€™t? When Iโ€™m trying to explain the basic idea of music theory I always get stumped on this.

Why is it that there are no sharps in E & B, and that there are no flats in F & C?

How did the chromatic scale come about? Why is it the way it is?

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Doing the Chromatic Scale Wrong

My pinky keeps going up when I play a chromatic scale. I think I need to improve on something but don't know how to.

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What does โ€œchromatic scale two octaves from memoryโ€ even mean?

I donโ€™t plan on going to college for music, but I was looking at my local universityโ€™s music BA and the first proficiency requirement for an audition says โ€œMajor scales up to four sharps and flats and chromatic scale two octaves from memoryโ€. I assume the major scale part is talking about being fluent in the key signatures and knowing what key has X amount of accidentals, but what the hell does the chromatic scale part mean? Is it literally just saying you need to know how to climb chromatically or am I dumb and completely missing the point?

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D chromatic scale 2 octaves ascending and descending. Continuing from u/dinkleberries_suck โ€˜s last post (someone in comments asked) . I noticed you used flats on the ascension, normally when ascending itโ€™s written with sharps, just something to know.
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G chromatic scale 2 octaves
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when you practice 40 hrs a day for 2 months, but you mess up the chromatic scale at the testing, mind and soul be like:
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Any help with Chromatic scales?

So, I am currently working on โ€œRhapsody for Euphoniumโ€ as my Solo & Ensemble piece for school, along with that: the all-state band audition has you play a chromatic F major scale up and down two octaves, along with a random chromatic thrown in the actual etude.

Thereโ€™s this part in the piece where I have to do a chromatic scale twice: C on the staff to a G flat above, then repeat it but start and end a half step up. All of this, being 16th notes at 120 bpm.

My problem isnโ€™t the speed itself since there are many times I just play only 16th notes, but I think it could be Im having a problem trying to move my fingers fast enough or lock the note in so it sounds good. Any tips?

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Ok, now play a chromatic scale:)
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Mixolydian Guitar Lesson Part 2 - Embellishments, Enclosures, Chromatic Passing tones and more! I'm continuing last weeks' lesson with all of the fun stuff that makes the mixolydian scale more interesting to play and listen to. Included are a free PDF and a new backing track to jam over. youtu.be/EVrWjE2ewVY
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This is a video I made analyzing the soft chromatic Byzantine scale. I hope you find it useful and valuable

I hope you find this interesting, it is not a widely known scale.

https://youtu.be/421Zc5cYGSI

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When people say "learn the chromatic scale" they just mean learn all the notes on the fretboard, right?
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Chromatic scale fingerings

Can anyone recommend or link me to a chromatic scale worksheet/score with fingerings? I'd like to learn at least to octaves. At this point in my development it may be an exercise in self-abuse, but also maybe a good way to push myself. I'm learning using 1-2-4 fingerings and Rabbath style positioning.

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Now doesnโ€™t this sound familiar ๐Ÿ‘€ sAcRiLiGeOuS... (I just binge watched most of TwoSetโ€™s Videos ๐Ÿ˜‚) I completely forgot I could search the sheet up, and ended up playing the chromatic scale for like 10 minutes trying to figure the notes out xD v.redd.it/tjrsigg8kqs51
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People who don't know what the chromatic scale is are screwed
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Music Maker Deluxe: A complete overhaul of my original music composition level. Now you can write in the full chromatic scale and continue to add to your song after playing it back. v.redd.it/ra6j0vlt3uw41
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Chromatic scale upwards or downwards, which way is it easier for you?

For me downwards is quite easier.

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8 Levels of the Chromatic Scale youtube.com/watch?v=xUpKPโ€ฆ
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Animated video on the origins of 12-tone chromatic scale

I put together a little animated video explaining the origins of the 12-tone chromatic scale in pretty basic terms. Had a friend do the voice over and spent most of my time trying to create cool transitions. I thought it might be a good resource for anyone unfamiliar with the topic, obviously the level of detail with this topic can change drastically depending on your knowledge.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdIxmRLPS_M

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I need Help w/ The Chromatic Scale

I need help I don't know how to play the chromatic scale I'm a newer player btw so I'm super confused I play Tenor Saxaphone so please someone help

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CHROMATIC SCALE AND ALTERNATE PICKING EXERCISES youtu.be/daB5ak1Q3WA
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Is there a difference between dodecaphonic and the chromatic scale?

I recently got a book titled "Concept and Design in Music" by Robert Sherman. The book defines the dodecaphonic system as "a system incorporating all twelve pitches within the octave". Now I may not be as well versed in theory as others, but that just sounds like a fancy name for the chromatic scale. Is there actually a difference?

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CHROMATIC SCALE AND ALTERNATE PICKING EXERCISES youtu.be/daB5ak1Q3WA
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Learn scales or switch to chromatic?

Hello,

I've been playing diatonic C harp on and off for some years, and I also got my Ab Harmonic Minor that I love. Lately, I've been thinking in learning more scales to be able to read sheet music with my diatonic C.

I have read about some people accomplishing that with overblows and (over)bends, and I was thinking whether I should invest more time on this task or just switch to a chromatic. What I'm trying to avoid is having 12 harmonicas to be honest, as I love to carry mine with me, and I don't wanna go around with a bag full of harps :)

Any suggestions? All perspectives are welcome

EDIT: Also, would you recommend a chromatic 40 or 64?

EDIT2: Finally I'm gonna keep working on my diatonics and find which keys I play the most. Thanks a lot everyone!

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Any tips for chromatic scale? Iโ€™m getting ready for high school auditions, and would like for my chromatic to sound smoother at this tempo. v.redd.it/ew7oaobfvdx41
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look at the sheet music for flight of the bumblebee and tell me it is not a glorified chromatic scale
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How much have you internalized the chromatic scale?

I'm just about starting my journey into music theory as a bass player, but am having trouble internalizing intervals and visualizing notes in my head.

As a mathematical parallel, if somebody asked me what 3 + 5 is, I immediately know that the answer is 8.

But if you ask me what note is a major sixth up from Eb, I would have to visualize a fretboard in my head, think of which fret corresponds to an Eb (eg. 6th fret on the A string), imagine I'm playing the major scale pattern from that fret, identify the sixth degree on the pattern (eg. 5th fret on the G string), and then think of which note that is: C.

Obviously doing all that is super inefficient so I'd like to identify intervals much quicker instead. But is that even a useful skill? Is it worth putting in the time to internalize how "far away" all notes are from each other? Or would it be more useful to get familiar with each scale, one by one and just memorize the notes?

Let me know what you guys think!

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I have a random etymology blog called the Wordwalker. While discussing the etymology of chromatic scale and jazz, I ventured too far and this was born as the caption-picture. Hope you guys like it (first post :p)
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chromatic aberration, gray-scale and pixellation shader tutorial v.redd.it/vz1xyugmcew41
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What would be the name of the chord that contains all notes of the chromatic scale?

I was wondering what a chord containing all of the notes of the 12 tone equal temperament system would be called, is there such chord and if so, what is it called?

Thanks.

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Chromatic scale and major scale differences

Are they both one in the same? Or are there any differences. Couldn't find a good answer online.

And which one should a beginner such as myself focus on?

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A neat math fact about the chromatic scale

Letโ€™s consider the chromatic scale. If you start from the root note (letโ€™s say C) and go up by n semitones, with n integer from 0 to 11, allowing cycling back to stay in the same octave, eventually you get back to the root. But for some n you visit all 12 notes, and for some other n you donโ€™t. The ones for which you do are 1,5,7 and 11, which are all numbers relatively prime with 12, i.e. the greatest common divisor between any of those numbers and 12 is 1. :)

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Why doesn't the chromatic note in the Blues scale sound "off"?

Is it part of some kind of parent mode I'm unaware of?

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How do you warm up before you start playing? I'm play chromatic C scales!
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All music are remixes of the chromatic scale.
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