Every solo (usually at fast tempo) I check its transcription usually has a lot of what I (maybe in my ignorance, hence this thread) would assume to be wrong notes.
If we are being subjective, yes, wrong notes doesn't exist. However, if we have this system of chord scales (Gary Burton can talk hours about it) why we don't see it much when we transcribe solos? (Except on those obvious diatonic and melodic solos).
Another perspective of the same question would be:
Why the head of 99% of the tunes don't have "wrong notes"?
By "wrong notes" I mean:
Notes that doesn't resolve by step
Major 7ths over dominant chords that last one quarter note or even more, and that doesn't resolve
Thinking as everything as "outside playing" is enough?
One "wrong note" is automatically being a substitution going on?
Why he hear sometimes "that guy isn't hitting the right notes" so?
If I have my modes all messed up for the solo I'm gonna play, and it sounds all really outside, am I a genius for someone maybe?