Not only are there modes built from the diatonic scales of Major and natural minor, but there are modes of the harmonic minor.
Similarly, they are constructed with the same pitch-class collections, but starting on different pitches and spanning an octave from there.
Below are the different modes and names built from the A harmonic minor scale in the key of C:
NOTE: these are the names I use for the modes. You will encounter multiple names for the same scale, so always be open to change.
Practice building the modes, playing them, and memorizing the names.
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