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A Good Starting Point For Theory
Now, every Major scale has its relative minor. A relative minor is that a certain major key will have the exact same note as another key in it's minor form. The spelling of the minor scale is whwwhww. Lets do the A minor. It would be A, B, C, D, E, F, G, A. Wow, the same note as the C major scale!!! The relative minor is the sixth (sixth note of the major scale, in the occurence a). It just starts out on a different note. I know your asking yourself, if the minor and major scale can be even, why do they both exist. You'll understand that later in the lesson. So for the minor scale, its the same patterns as the C major scale. Just remember where the root is located. That saved you a lot of work didn't it?