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10. Symmetrical Scales (03:53)
Video Description: Some scales are said to be symmetrical because of how they're built. Here you discover the Whole Tone scale, built of a series of whole steps across the octave. Because of its ambiguous quality, this scale is often used in film scoring, 20th century classical music, and jazz.
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