This dominant 7 pentatonic pattern is similar to the previous pattern. It still moves up a half step for a total of 2 notes in an eight note pattern. But this time, the transposed notes are the fifth and eighth notes in the sequence. This means that you have to transpose up a half-step twice during the pattern, rather than just once.
If you’re paying attention, you’ll notice that this pattern creates shapes that invoke other keys than just C and D flat. For instance in bar 2, the transposed pattern invokes an E minor arpeggio with a Major 7th leading tone. There are other nice little sonic easter eggs in there if you go searching.
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