On the topic of music theory, I want to appologize to everyone
who feels 'lost.' Somewhere, the orginal intent got lost and
I can't remember it to save my life now.
For the record: The difference between C major and C minor
are three flats. They happen to be Bb, Eb, and Ab. While
the key of C major has 0#/b, the key of C minor has the
three flats Bb, Eb, and Ab. So, one could make the statement
that the difference between C major and C minor are the three
flats Bb, Eb, and Ab.
If anyone has questions regarding this, please email me
privately if you want my response or input. Otherwise,
I will try to remain mute on this publically.
* crawls back under my rock where I can see my monitor *
George Miklas, Bass Harmonicat
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