Mode 1-1-1-6-1-1-1



Notes : D, E, F, G, A, B and C.

The mode’s notes laid out on a keyboard. Each circle represents one step, the root lying on D♮ (white circle). Keys are playable.

Audio Examples

Discover how the mode sounds and resonates thorugh various patterns. Compose a pattern using a single note (arpeggios), two notes (intervals) or more (chords) that will be moved in succesive transpositions:



Mode nomenclature. Official name and variants.
Interval structure1-1-1-6-1-1-1


Five coordinates identify the mode uniquely within the atlas of diatonic bells.
Octave size 12 notes Show the 12-note octave maps.
Scale size 7 notes Show the 7-note scales maps.
Scale 38
Sign ±
Clarity 0

Neighbour Modes

Map of modes lying in the neighbourhood. Click on a square to access the corresponding mode.