I am writing a section of a book covering the 7 church modes through 12 keys, and I wish to use modal key signatures. For example C Dorian would have two flats. Of course it is easy to write the examples in the key of Bb major from C to C, but I will be using a substantial amount of chord analysis, which will display incorrectly unless the tonal center is moved to the proper step. I understand minor key signatures set the tonal center to 6, so why can't I set the tonal center to 2 in this case? The manual indicates that non-tonal key signatures do not have a circle of fifths, but the church modes do. All I need is to offset the tonal center on the circle of fifths key signatures.
It seems simple, but I cannot find a way to do it, nor find any solution on the internet. Can anyone enlighten me?
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