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The octatonic scale has only two modes. As shown in the next two examples, Mode 1 begins with a whole step and Mode 2 begins with a half step. Mode 1 consists of two minor tetrachords, the second starting at the tritone.
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If you want to learn to play jazz, you need to understand the modes, or special scales, of jazz. Here's how to do it.