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Asked by art martinez on 2000-10-05
using the (t,t,st,t,t,t,st) method how did they figure out the f#? I just dont get it.
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Answer posted by Heywood Jablowme on 2001-01-22
Do you mean the F# scale? If you do it is (t,t,st,t,t,t,st)=(W,W,H,W,W,W,h) W=Whole step and H=half step. So if you want to figure out the F# scale use the formula so you can figure it out from the chomatic scale. (C,C#,D,D#,E,F,F#,G,G#,A,A#,B,C) So here it goes. a whole step from F# is G# so that is your second note in the F# scale. Then a whole step from the G# is A#. So now you have: F#,G#,A#, now a half from A# is, B so it is: F#,G#,A#,B, then another whole step from B is C#, therefore: F#,G#,A#,B,C#, now another whole step would be D# therefore, F#,G#,A#,B,C#,D#, and another whole would make it E#, then finally a half step from E# is F#...There you go: (F#,G#,A#,B,C#,D#,E#,F#)=F# scale.....Hope that helped man. If you need more help e-mail me joeym@tvi.cc.nm.us...

Answer posted by CutThe on 2001-09-27
i farted . . .

Answer posted by !!!!???? on 2001-10-12
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