SLModes - Greek Modes, Scales and Chords

Introduction: Unleash the hidden power of the scales and modes in your music with SLModes. Are you looking to add more creativity to your chord progressions? Are you feeling adventurous enough to blur the line between scales and their modes? Then keep reading. Most people who write music pick a key (let's say C major) and restrict themselves to the chords of that key (C Dm Em F G Am Bº). But here's a new way of thinking about chord progressions: Don't remain in the same key. Did you know that jumping from scales that share notes in common can sound pretty fascinating, colourful, exotic or mysterious? If you ever heard about terms such as pitch axis theory and modal modulation, this is what they were talking about. SLModes is a tool to help music writers to take full advantage of these concepts. Watch the video below.

Features:

 

The main features are:

 

  1. It shows a list of all of the modes of the Major, Melodic Minor and Harmonic Minor scales.
  2. For each mode, it shows its associated chords.
  3. It provides instant feedback on how a mode sounds by playing it over a selected chord.
  4. It creates a list of all matching modes and their corresponding chords based on how many notes in common they have with the original mode you've selected.

Demo version:

 

  • Shows Matching scales from 7 to 6 notes in common.
  • Only shows the modes of the Major Scale.

Full version:

 

  • Shows Matching scales from 7 to 2 notes in common.
  • Shows the modes of the Major, Melodic Minor, Harmonic Minor Scales

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System Requirements:

 

Operating System: Windows 7 / 8 / 10

Architecture: 32 and 64 bits

RAM: 1 GB

Soundcard: Required

Hard-Drive Free Space: 50 MB

Screen Resolution: 960x540

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Introduction: Unleash the hidden power of the scales and modes in your music with SLModes. Are you looking to add more creativity to your chord progressions? Are you feeling adventurous enough to blur the line between scales and their modes? Then keep reading. Most people who write music pick a key (let's say C major) and restrict themselves to the chords of that key (C Dm Em F G Am Bº). But here's a new way of thinking about chord progressions: Don't remain in the same key. Did you know that jumping from scales that share notes in common can sound pretty fascinating, colourful, exotic or mysterious? If you ever heard about terms such as pitch axis theory and modal modulation, this is what they were talking about. SLModes is a tool to help music writers to take full advantage of these concepts. Watch the video below.