How To Find All Scales Containing Specific Intervals In One Simple Step

Let’s say you want to find all scales that contain a major third, followed by a half step, follow by a minor third (M3  H  m3)

Use the search button in Tessitura Pro and you will get all scales that contain those intervals in that order

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These are the named structures found

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You can include all unnamed scales (rare scales) if you want to find all possible scales with those intervals

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