7 Majors Wrap
We made it. All of the maps for the 7 Majors system are on the table. All keys are accessible through one map and then another…and then another. And there are infinite applications.
When you put the system to the test, all can be revealed…and forgotten. This experience itself is good practice.
I built this chart below to show how everything lines up. For the octaves, I’ll be bringing Octave Explorer into the fold, following a session block on 6ths in C, G, & D.
For the pentatonics, we are viewing it through the Major lens. If lining up minor frames, each would be located at a different pattern and modifications would have to be made.
Example: for minor pentatonic frame 1, it would line up with pattern 61, but with modifications – ♭3 & ♭7 and no 2 or 6, and so on.
This is actually some new territory for me – naming (numbering) and lining them up – and I do believe that there is a discovery – some type of calculus – I’ve yet to make, in all of it. Much like the fixed position cycle of CAGED forms that blew my mind completely, upon discovery, decades ago.
Open/Alt tuning maps and exploration methods/models will be entering the path, post-Octave Explorer. And, we still have some reading work to get into the mix.
Let me know if you have any questions or ideas.