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The piece of music throughout the outro is my "Study in 5/4 time". You can listen to it in full on my Spotify:.
Recognising which degree of the scale a melody is using is a vital skill for anybody who wishes to be able to transcribe or play a song by ear. By keeping in mind these songs as examples, hopefully you can enhance your capability to recognize the notes that a tune is using just by listening!
My video on the ♭ 6 in Complete stranger Things & The X Files:.
Andrew Huang's video on the Supertonic:.
P.S. sorry that parts of this video run out focus! I don't know what took place there! ♂.
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1:18 1 (Tonic).
2:21 2 (Supertonic).
3:15 3 (Mediant).
4:08 4 (Subdominant).
4:53 5 (Dominant).
6:42 6 (Submediant).
8:42 7 (Leading Tone).
13:54 b7 (Subtonic).