Duration Rests 1-09
Duration Dots 1-10
Duration Mixed 1-14
Tempo Markings 1-11
Identify Simple Meters 1-15
Identify Compound Meters 3-01
Classify Various Meters 3-07
Missing Barlines ~ Simple Meter 3-09
Missing Barlines ~ Compound Meter 3-10
Missing Barlines ~ Simple and Compound 3-11
Complete the Measure ~ Simple Meter 3-12
Complete the Measure ~ Compound Meter 3-13
Complete the Measure ~ Simple and Compound 3-14
Identify Chromatic Steps 2-07
Identify Diatonic Steps 2-08
Identify Various Steps Lvl 1 2-09
Identify Various Steps Lvl 2 2-10
Identify Enharmonic Notes 2-11
Identify Steps and Enharmonics 2-12
Scales and Keys
Create Major Scales Using Accidentals 2-14
Identify Major Key Signatures 2-15
Create Minor Scales Using Accidentals 4-01
Identify Minor Key Signatures 4-02
Identify All Key Signatures 4-03
Identify Major And Minor Scales 4-07
Parallel Scales 4-08
Make this Minor Scale Harmonic Minor 4-09
Make this Scale Harmonic Minor (Key Signatures) 4-10
Identify Various Scales 4-13
Identify Perfect vs. Imperfect 5-02
Inverting Intervals 5-11
Convert Major Triads to Other Qualities 6-04
Identify Triads in a Key 6-09
Chords on the Grand Staff 6-11
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Convert Major and Minor Scales
Required Problems: 20
Minimum Correct: 90%
Time Limit: 5 Minutes
You will be presented with a major or pure/natural minor scale.
If the scale is major, you will need change it to its parallel minor by lowering the third, sixth, and seventh scale degrees.
If the scale is minor, you will need to change it to its parallel major by raising the third, sixth, and seventh scale degrees.
If the scale is Major, convert it to its Parallel Minor.
If the scale is Minor, convert it to its Parallel Major.
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