Major Scale

The major scale is one of the most commonly used scales in Western music. It consists of seven notes arranged in a specific interval order. In the major scale, there is a fixed relationship between the intervals of each note. The mode of the major scale is: whole tone, whole tone, half tone, whole tone, whole tone, half tone.

The major scale has a bright and cheerful tone, often used to express joyful and cheerful emotions. Different major scales have different timbre and emotional characteristics, making them widely used in music creation and performance.

In addition to major scales, there are other types of scales such as minor scales, which differ in interval patterns and emotional expression, providing richer choices for music creation.