Formulas for finding altered pentatonic scales to fit diatonic chords of melodic minor


Unknown said...

Which of these forms needs to be shifted? For example the F-maj7, if I shift either of them up a 5th, I'll get an A Natural. Thanks a lot!

David Carlos Valdez said...

So for an F7#11 chord you would use the b3 pent up a fifth, so a C flat 3rd pent.

If you wanted to find the b6 pent for a F-Maj7 chord you'd use the b6 pent up a 5th from the root, or an F b6 pent. Make sense? Sorry there was no explanation for this post.