There is no doubt that the multi-scale tongue drum has taken the music world by storm. This innovative instrument allows you to create an endless number of scales and sounds, making it a favorite among musicians of all levels of experience. But many people are wondering: can I have more than 6 scales in my multi-scale tongue drum? The answer is yes! In this blog post, we will show you how to create additional scales in your drum, and give you some tips for playing them. Let's get started!
Adding additional scales to your drum is easy. All you need to do is add more notes to your existing scale. For example, if you have a C major scale, you can add an F sharp to create a C major pentatonic scale. Or, you can add a G sharp to create a C major blues scale. The possibilities are endless!
To play these new scales, simply use the same fingering patterns that you use for the original scale. For example, if you are playing a C major pentatonic scale, you would use a specific fingering pattern.
Now that you know how to add additional scales to your multi-scale tongue drum, put it to good use and experiment with different sounds and patterns. Be creative and have fun! Who knows, you may just discover your new favorite scale. Thanks for reading!
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