*Circle of 5ths scale sheet

The sheet below shows the sharps and flats in each scale.  Just write the letters of any scale in alphabetic order and add the flats or sharps that are next to the name of the scale below.  Here are a couple of examples:

C scale - C D E F G A B C - since there are no flats or sharps next to the C scale(below) you don't add any.
D scale - D E F# G A B C# D - we added a sharp next to F and C because, as we see below, the D scale has F# and C#                                                                                                                                            
Eb scale - Eb F G Ab Bb C D Eb - a flat is added to B, E, and A because those are the three flats in the Eb scale
B scale - B C# D# E F# G# A# B - If you looked down below you saw that we had to add sharps to F, C, G, D, and A
G scale - G A B C D E F# G - We added a sharp to the F because the G scale down below has an F# 

             So with this sheet you can figure out the correct notes of any scale.  See below for 7th chords.
                                                                 
  

DOMINANT 7th SCALES
In 7th chords (which look like C7, A7, Bb7 etc.) the 7th is always flatted, or lowered 1/2 step so the scales would look like this:
C7 - C D E F G A Bb C - Bb (the 7th note)is normally B in a C scale but B is lowered 1/2 step to Bb in a 7th chord and scale
D7 - D E F# G A B C D - C (the 7th note)is normally C# in a D scale but is lowered 1/2 step to C in a 7th chord and scale
G7 - G A B C D E F G - F is normally F# in a G scale but is lowered to F in a 7th chord and scale
Bb7 - Bb C D Eb F G Ab Bb - Ab is normally A but the 7th is lowered