Completing my previous blog posts about diatonic chords in the major scale, harmonic minor scale and jazz melodic minor scale this Keynote presentation deals with the Harmonic Major Scale and its diatonic chords. The scale- and chord diagrams were created with the fonts Chords and Scales. No images or shapes were used.
Create diatonic seventh chords in a harmonic major scale by just shifting the root of each seventh chord up a diatonic second.
Harmonic Major Scale | Diatonic Chords
Note for existing users: please send me an email to get the harmonic major scale diagrams for free. The Scales font family needs to be installed on your computer to display the diagrams!
- 142 free harmonic major scale diagrams
- in all keys and fret positions
- for six string guitar
- add the scale diagrams to your Scales library folder
- requirements: Scales font family | Mac OS X
Spotlight Search Criteria
All diagrams are tagged with keywords helping you to narrow down your search results by typing specific criteria (see also → Library).
Searching for specific scale names
To find harmonic major scale diagrams type the root note followed by the scale name as shown in the screenshot below.
Call up the Spotlight menu and type e.g. Db harmonic major. As you type Spotlight builds the list of every match it can find tagged with Db harmonic major. Choose the scale diagram you wish to insert and drag and drop it into an open Pages, Keynote, Guitar Pro or another eligible document.