EddiePlaysBass Posted October 8, 2013 Share Posted October 8, 2013 So I am working on scales etc, and I was referencing Stuart's book on the topic. At one point (page 44) it mentions practicing scales in 4ths and I notice that it notes the 4th of the F note as B rather than Bb, which I expected. Having some google skills, I found out that the movement from F to B is an augmented 4th (correct me if I am wrong) so now I am wondering whether the augmented 4th is inherent to: - this particular scale exercise; or - the F note; or - the F note in its position in the scale (i.e. the fourth note in the scale) Or maybe it is something else entirely? I am just wondering how to incorporate this particular movement / interval when practising it in a different key than C. Thanks! "I'm a work in progress." Micky Barnes The Ross Brown Shirt World Tour Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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