Music theory noob question

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  1. Hades

    Hades Ultrasonic

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    Hi GUys

    I just played around with Ausiomodern Riffer to get some fresh ideas. So i found some nice lines in the Ionian C# mode (thats what Riffer said) . So i fired up Scaler to find some nice chords to it. BUT
    I cant find a Ionian scale in Scaler and when i tried what it suggest (c major) to be the scale it sounded completely wrong? Any ideas ?
    Thank you in advance for your help.

    Cheers
     
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  3. Gizmoz

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    C# ionian = C# Maj
     
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  4. vkris

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    You compared?

    C# D# E# F# G# A# B#
    and
    C D E F G A B

    Of course it sounds wrong.
    Half tone difference.
     
  5. Ziko

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    Ioanian=major scale
    Aeolian=natural minor scale
     
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