The subtonic in the minor mode can go both ways, amirite?

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For people who don't get it, I'll explain it in theory terms:

In the minor mode, typically (as in natural minor) if you follow the key signature, the subtonic (tone before the tonic) would be a full step below the tonic. But in dominant chords, it is frequently changed to the pitch which is a half-step below the tonic (as in the harmonic or melodic minor.)

MusicIsAGifts avatar MusicIsAGift Yeah You Are +1Reply

You had me at "minor"

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