So during my practice of my Sonatina, I was in the Key of G Major, I was doing some deep thinking on converting it to its Parallel and Relative Keys, In this case, G Minor and D Minor. During this example, I thought on how that is the near order of the Major Scale. So normally when you translate from one key to another you can just walk down or up depending on which way you are converting 3 Simitones to your Relative key. I made a grid so you can see the pattern that starts to develop!

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