Seven modes of the C Melodic Minor Scale:

The notes are: C, D, Eb, F, G, A, B, C

Construction:

MM Mode IWHWWWWH
MM Mode IIHWWWWHW
MM Mode IIIWWWWHWH
MM Mode IVWWWHWHW
MM Mode VWWHWHWW
MM Mode VIWHWHWWW
MM Mode VIIHWHWWWW

Intervals:

MM Mode I12b34567
MM Mode II1b2b3456b7
MM Mode III123#4#567
MM Mode IV123#456b7
MM Mode V12345b6b7
MM Mode VI12b34b5b6b7
MM Mode VII1b2b3b4b5b6b7

The Melodic minor Mode I (jazz minor scale) can be used over the following chords:
Cmin(maj7), Cmin6, etc

C Melodic minor scale (aka jazz minor scale)


The Melodic minor Mode II (Dorian b2 aka Phrygian #6) can be used over the following chords:
Dmin, Dmin7, Dmin6, Dmin9, Dmin11, etc

Dorian b2


The Melodic minor Mode III (Lydian augmented) can be used over the following chords:
Ebaug, Ebmaj7b5, Ebmaj7#5, Ebmaj9#b5, etc

Lydian augmented


The Melodic minor Mode IV (Lydian dominant, aka overtone scale) can be used over the following chords:
F7, F7b5, F9, F9#11, etc

Lydian dominant


The Melodic minor Mode V Mixolydian b6 can be used over the following chords:
G7, G7#5, G9, G11b13, etc

Mixolydian b6


The Melodic minor Mode VI (Aeolian b5 aka Locrian #2) can be used over the following chords:
Amin, Amin7b5, Amin9b5, etc

Aeolian b5


The Melodic minor Mode VII Altered scale (aka super Locrian) can be used over the following chords:
B7b5, Balt etc.

Altered scale
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