4 Ways to View A Scale’s Intervalic Formula using Tessitura Pro App for iOS and macOS

There are 4 ways you can represent a scale's intervalic formula: Degrees Chord-Tones and Tensions Roman Numerals Melodic Intervals Degrees Here's the┬ámajor scale (Ionian) as degrees. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 (all degrees al major) Chord-Tones and Tensions The major scale as chord tones (1 3 5 7) and tensions (9 11 13)... Continue Reading →

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Kotska’s Workbook Chapter 22 No. 1 in Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro, seen diatonically and functionally. MTHP visually reveals every function in tonal harmony.

Kotska's Workbook Chapter 22 No. 1 in Mapping Tonal Harmony Pro, seen diatonically and functionally. MTHP visually reveals every function in tonal harmony.#tonalharmony #ChordProgression #MusicEducation #TraditionalHarmony #Kostka https://t.co/6NtgaepthJ pic.twitter.com/HKFkoJ4LXE— mDecks Music (@mDecksMusic) May 23, 2018 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

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