1 2 b3 b4 5 6 b7
This was very enlightening for me, because, previously, I was thinking of the blues scale as a sort of "pentatonic with some added colour". Now I have a way of relating to these notes as a mode of a very understandable LC-based scale.
of course the CMGs are described in terms of the LYDIAN scale, so yeah, you can probably scratch that last comment...
wouldn't the C major triad from the Ab lydian augmented scale provide the means to resolve to C major, through the Ab lydian chromatic scale already?
no, you're not misinterpreting me - i'm just full of poo...
i was just thinking that since there is a C minor triad (IIIh) listed as a CMG within the Ab lydian scale, that it may not be too much of a stretch to break out the C major triad from the Ab lydian augmented member scale...
"Unknown - Must the CMG have BOTH a I maj and VI min tonic station available for the CMG to resolve to? BUT in this case, there is both a I maj and VI min tonic station."
the I maj and VI min are "relative major and minor" from traditional music theory, so it seems to me that one implies the other; however, in the harmonic minor scale, the V chord doesn't have the accompanying relative minor, but does this have anything whatsoever to do with what you're talking about?
...the V chord doesn't have the accompanying relative minor
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