Modes of the Harmonic Major Scale
What Are The Seven Modes Of The Harmonic Major Scale
The seventh modes derived from the harmonic major scale are :
 Ionian b6 (Harmonic major). Formula is : 12345b67
 Dorian b5. Formula is : 12b34b56b7
 Phrygian b4. Formula is : 1b2b3b45b6b7
 Lydian b3. Formula is : 12b3#4567
 Mixolydian b2. Formula is : 1b23456b7
 Lydian Augmented #2. Formula is : 1#23#4#567
 Locrian bb7. Formula is : 1b2b34b5b6bb7

The Harmonic Major Scale  Ionian b6 Mode  Theory with Guitar Shapes
This lesson provides formula charts and guitar diagrams for a better understanding of the harmonic major scale. 
The Dorian b5 mode  Guitar Diagrams and Theory
You will find in this lesson theory, formula charts and guitar diagrams about the second mode the harmonic major scale, the Dorian b5 mode. 
The Phrygian b4 mode  Guitar Shapes and Theory
The Phrygian b4 mode is the third mode of the harmonic major scale. It is generally used over dominant altered chords because of the b9,#9 and b13 it contains. This effective lesson provides guitar shapes and scale charts for a better understanding of the Phrygian b4 mode. 
The Lydian b3 mode  Theory Lesson with Guitar Shapes
The Lydian diminished scale aka Lydian b3 is the fourth mode of the harmonic major scale. This lesson provides diagrams and charts for a better understanding of this scale. 
The Mixolydian b2 Mode  Guitar Diagrams and Theory
This guitar lesson with diagrams and formula charts is about the Mixolydian b9 scale also known as Dominant b2, fifth mode of the harmonic major scale. 
The Lydian augmented #2 scale  Lesson with Guitar Shapes and Theory
This short guitar lesson with diagrams and charts explains what is the sixth mode of the harmonic major scale called Lydian augmented #2 mode. 
The Locrian bb7 Mode  Formula Charts and Guitar Diagrams
This lesson explains what is the Locrian bb7 mode seventh mode of the harmonic major scale. Charts, theory and guitar diagrams.