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Would it be possible for someone to explain breifly what these are and what their benefit is. I have seen them mentioned here recently and am curious.
LANDRUSAX said:Hexatonics are six note scales. They are commonly made by combining two triads, such as C major with D major triads. This scale works over many different chords like C major, C lydian, D7, A- and so forth. Hexatonic scales can be made by combining any two triads of any harmonic quality (major, minor, augmented, diminished). They have a very unique sound to them.
C E G + D F# A = C D E F# G AHammertime said:Uhm, I don't really get it: a triad, is that like C-E-G and D-F#-A? If so, the hexatonic scale is these both just put together? I thought hexatonic scales also could be a whole-tone scale like: C-D-E-F#-G#-Bb...