Five12 Vector Sequencer - Scales and Chords


Scales and Chords

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Scale Abbreviations 

CHR - Chromatic

O1 - Octatonic 1, 2 

MAJ - Major O2

O2 - Octatonic 2, 1 

MIN - Minor 

PT - Pentatonic Major 

DOR - Dorian

PTM - Pentatonic Minor 

PHY - Phrygian

M7 - Major 7th Chord 

LYD - Lydian

D7 - Dominant 7th Chord 

MIX - Mixolydian

HM - Harmonic Minor 

LOC -  Locrian

WT - Whole Tone 

M7 and D7 are four note chords which are useful as scale types though they are not actually scales. You can think of them in this case like four note scales (only one fewer than a Pentatonic, for example). 
 


 

Chord Abbreviations 

Unison Dyads (2Notes) Triads (3 Notes) Sevenths (4 Notes)
U - Unison

Single Notes

m2 - minor 

M - Major

M7 - Major 7th

M2 - Major 2nd 

m - minor 

D7 - Domintant 7th

m3 - minor 3rd 

A - augmented 

m7 - minor 7th

M3 - Major 3rd 

D - diminshed 

h7 - half diminished 7th

P4 - Perfect 4th 

S2 - suspended 2nd 

d7 - diminished 7th

TT - Tritone (dim 5th) 

S4 - suspended 4th

 

P5 - Perfect 5th 

   

m6 - minor 6th 

   

M6 - Major 6th 

   

m7 - minor 7th 

   

M7 - Major 7th 

   

P8 - Octave

   

 


 

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