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Just wondering if someone could help me out.

Couple of days ago I viewed a video that Steve recorded on modes within a major chord. I took to session in but I would like to view it again. Unfortunately I can not find it anywhere within the lesson videos. Can someone direct me in the right direction.

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rbauer1

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On 6/12/2021 at 7:11 PM, rbauer1 said:

Just wondering if someone could help me out.

Couple of days ago I viewed a video that Steve recorded on modes within a major chord. I took to session in but I would like to view it again. Unfortunately I can not find it anywhere within the lesson videos. Can someone direct me in the right direction.

Regards,

 

If you're speaking about the Learn & Master course, I don't think you'll find any reference to modes in this course. I'm sorry I can't really point you to it off hand. Modes are a more advanced concept. Very basically,  the concept is starting a scale on other than the root. For example in key of Cmaj, start on D (2nd ) but stay in key of C (no #s or b's) or E (3rd) but stay in Cmaj. There are 7 modes all with their own names (Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aolian & Locrian. ) and each has a distinct sound. There is plenty on line and YouTube about this for you to explore if you wish.

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@rbauer1 welcome another Canadian 

As Neil pointed out there isn't anything on modes in the main LMG course,  but you may have seen a Live Lesson Steve did

Sadly I haven't been able to get to watch Steve's current LL videos, but check at the top of this forum for Live Lessons, 

Everything Steve has done in the last 9yrs of LL videos are stored there for review 

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18 hours ago, NeilES335 said:

If you're speaking about the Learn & Master course, I don't think you'll find any reference to modes in this course. I'm sorry I can't really point you to it off hand. Modes are a more advanced concept. Very basically,  the concept is starting a scale on other than the root. For example in key of Cmaj, start on D (2nd ) but stay in key of C (no #s or b's) or E (3rd) but stay in Cmaj. There are 7 modes all with their own names (Ionian, Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aolian & Locrian. ) and each has a distinct sound. There is plenty on line and YouTube about this for you to explore if you wish.

Thanks Neil for your response.

I have the LMG course and I have viewed the live lesson Steve did on the explanation of modes,

A member previously forwarded me a link that I felt was really good on explanation and demonstration: Modes:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96cydVB4w-A

This is a new venture for me one I will explore further.

Thanks Again,

-Bob-

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