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Old 2005-01-19, 09:12
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Originally Posted by powersofterror
This would be a thing that Thrashboy and I would differ. For one thing, if you're asking for a scale of that specific time, there were no such thing as "major" and "minor," so everything is in mode. I'd suggest the mixolydian scale. It starts on the fifth scale degree, and is major sounding. I say mixo because that is what most irish songs were written from.


So basicly thats WWhWWhW instead of WWhWWWh?
Thanks, I'll try that out.

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lol, I wasn't joking when I said I slept through history class.

Cool, I'll try and find you a scale either later tonight, or tomarrow night.


I'm curious what you'll come up with

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Originally Posted by Darkenelf
I'm only writing viking metal song... there is not really a theory or a certain scales u can use. If ya listen to known viking metal bands, you can hear there patron they use, do some improvisation, make your own riffs, and there ya go, you have a great viking song.

i could post some riffs in guitar pro and post them here, so you have an idea.
i have one riff at post your own riffs, there is a viking riff there.

if ya need some more details, private mail me, or feel free to reply.


Cool, could you post some?
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