Hi Friends !
I hope everything is well !
Firstly I'd like to thank you all for being so kind and helpful. All your replies and advices have really charged me up to learn more and more ! Thanks again for it
Just wanted to ask something about intervals naming -
I have learnt that an Interval has a NAME - 2nd, 3rd, 4th etc (which is determined by no of scale degrees it spans) and QUALITY - Maj, min, Perfect (which is determined by the number of semi-tones it contains) - Kindly correct me if I'm wrong or If have understood things in a wrong way...
I have also learnt that When a Major Interval is increased by a ST it becomes Augmented, when its decreased by a ST it becomes Minor. Similarly a Minor becomes Major when increased by a ST and Diminshed when decreased by a ST.
Regarding naming intervals - I wanted to know whether all Minor Intervals can be called as "Flat" ? Because I've read m2nd written as flat 2nds in some places and the Dim5th as flat5 in certain places...
So how exactly does this "naming system" work ?
1. Can all Minor Intervals be called as "Flat" ?
2. Are all flat intervals - "Minor" ?
I'm sorry if I'm thinking too much - actually I'm currently learning all about Intervals and I really want to go deep into the subject. I've learnt most of the concepts (I hope) and I've also learnt theior shapes and locations on a Fretboard.
Take care Friends and Have a Great and safe Weekend !
Thanks and Lots of Regards