I bought Yaakov's "Ultimate Gypsy Run" lesson that goes over the Lydian Dominant scale. Is it a usable concept to employ when going to a major tonic chord as opposed to a minor tonic? If so, would it be using the same run as the relative minor, so A minor when going to a C tonic, or would it be using the parralel pattern i.e. thinking C minor when going to C?
I'm thinking that using the relative minor pattern gives the b9 and whereas the parralel pattern gives a b9 and #5. So maybe the latter can be used to get a more altered sound? It seems in the videos the parralel is the one Yakoov uses but he doesn't really explain this but it sounds better to my ears.
It's been a really useful thing to use when playing in minor keys, and a I've noticed it would be quite easy to modify the patterns/notes to play long triplet major ideas as well. I'm just curious as to how it could be used in the context of applying the original pattern in different harmonic situations.