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01:08-Theory 04:20- Begin the Tour with Major 05:33-Dorian
06:49-Phrygian 07:57-Lydian 08:56-Mixolydian 10:26-Minor/Aeolian 11:44-Locrian 13:16-Related Theory
Building the modes in parallel (starting from the same root) allows you to see and hear the differences. Learn each mode's unique identity , so you can easily identify it when you hear it, and be able to employ its characteristics when composing.
Learning the modes of the major scale is very important, but the topic is often difficult to fully grasp. There are many ways to look at modes, and this video explores each mode in parallel, meaning each mode is played from an unchanging root (in this case, G).
Normally modes are taught as being related- C major is the same thing as D dorian is the same thing as E Phrygian, etc. But looking at the modes in parallel like demonstrated here allows a different perspective of why the concept of modes is important.
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