To begin with we will join together two different scales.
In this example we have the Lydian Dominant scale joined at the octave by the same tonic note [C]. This is joined together with the Enigmatic scale.
As you play through this multi scale you will notice the smooth transition between the two different scales into one extended multi octave scale.
Below is a two octave version of the Lydian dominant and Enigmatic scale [Multi octave scale] with Guitar Tablature.
Here are 3 Lick Lines made from the extended Lydian Dom/Enigmatic scale
Scale Lick 1 [Superimposition]
Scale Lick 2: Chord to Scale
Scale Lick 3: Superimposition
SUPER-ULTRA-HYPER-MEGA-META “Lydian” Jacob Collier idea for a never ending scale. Each Lydian Tetrachord Resolves into the next one. This in turn seems to go on forever as it goes around the cycle of 5ths.
Also: Notice that unlike the first extended scale this one doesn’t have a common tone at the octave. So we go from C to C# to D# etc
SUPER-ULTRA-HYPER-MEGA-META Jacob Collier idea for Guitar with Tablature
Here is a long piano version of the above that keeps ascending
This scale concept could also be looked at as being Mixolydian and a ModulatingScale.
We have A7-D E7-A B7-E F#7-B C#7-F# etc.
V-1 V-1 V-1 V-1 ETC.
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