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Now available: the always titillating "FRETBUZZ" software! **NEW**
THE FRETBUZZ SCALE
Alright, thanks to the fine MS Paint skills of Fretbuzz fan "Randomman", we now have a note chart of sorts for reference!
Most of the sound modes in Fretbuzz use the first 4 buttons on the controller similarly, in the fashion shown below. It's a "binary system", if that helps you understand the progression. The green button always raises the pitch 1 scale degree. The red button always raises it 2 scale degrees. Yellow = 4 scale degrees, and Blue = 8 scale degrees.
"Hmm?" you say? "Mmm-hmm," we say.
So, in the image below, the pitches go from low to high as you go down the chart. To be specific, the scale starts on G and follows a phrygian mode progression. WHA!? If you're using the "acoustic-guitar-like mode" which employs chords, then you'll hear the chords alternate from minor to major, as would be defined within the phrygian mode.
"Why phrygian?" you ask? Uh, cause it's pretty cool I guess...
Randomman, thank you for your contribution to help others understand the representation of pitches in Fretbuzz!! It's a big help!
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