Layout of the ScaleTwister
A | Background, 1. level
B | Legend, 1. level
C | Notation system, 1. level
D | Rotatable color wheel, 2. level
E | Indication of root note, 2. level
F | Reading of color and note, 1. and 2. level
Scale names and the corresponding colors
A practical example:
We are looking for the Bebop-Scale. The color is green, so we search for the green color on the circle.
The notes are depicted in the correct intervals of the scales. Color present means that this note is present in the scale. White means, this note is not part of the scale.