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Combined scales

It’s an inescapable fact that if you want to become a better musician, learning scales is going to be a big help. Knowing your way around the major, minor and pentatonic scales works wonders when it comes to a bit of off-the-cuff soloing, and really helps to achieve more professional-sounding results when putting together tracks in your DAW.

Unfortunately, an equally inescapable fact is that practicing those scales can be pretty dull, especially when you just want to get on and make music instead of sitting there running scales up and down the keyboard all day. So what if I told you that there was a way you could explore new musical possibilities by merging together two of the scales

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