As you can see the LydAug is everywhere. And what we have here is an uncommon application. But REAL mind you and easy to apply
if so desired. Here's how: On any dom7th play the LydAud from the 5th.
Years ago when I studied orchestration we learned by studying scores. That's why my LCC observations are based on real world music and less on conjecture.
Which is to say, the LCC is a living concept. Not just some sort of mental exercise locked up in the dark corners of one's mind. How can we recognize a rich man? By what he spends, not by how much money he has locked away in some bank.
Anyway, I wrote out 12 bars of blues to make my case and I'm USING EVERYTHING that I learned from the "Eclipse" example; sequences, LydAug on the 5th, etc.
The LydAug spots are in red AND I slowed the phrasing to give the listener a chance to hear what I want to be heard (remember you have to help the listener to hear you).
I hope all of this has made someone think AND gain a greater appreciation of what a wonderful (the best) system we have in the LCC. http://www.4shared.com/mp3/7AQ0X-nw/Lyd ... ation.html http://www.4shared.com/office/ew3p9Xej/ ... ation.html