Extra Scale Resources
These resources accompany the article: The 5 Scale Shapes Explained.
To download the free pdf of the five scale shapes, along with the I and M alternation reminder sheet, go right here. You’ll also find it in your email.
And here are a couple of extra videos to help get you rolling on your scale practice.
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