Chords training

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For faster chords building use numeric system. For example, in a scale of C major we have: C – 1; D – 2; E – 3; F – 4; G – 5; A – 6; B – 7

[ 1 3 5 ] – major chord. C major – C E G
[ 1 m3 5 ] – minor chord. Note m3 is the same as 3 in major scale but 1 semitone lower.

# sharp. Example #5 – for C major scale is G#
b – flat.Example b5 for C major scale.

  • Major

    1 3 5

  • Minor

    1 m3 5

  • Augmented

    1 3 #5

  • Diminished

    1 m3 b5

  • Sus4

    1 4 5

  • Sus2

    1 2 5

Start with a small amount of chord. For example, if you are new to this exercise then stick with default settings, learn to define these chords and then add more. If you are a professional then it’s up to you to customize your test as you want.

Keep in mind small steps doesn’t mean you are not moving, but what is really important is to keep take these small steps to make progress:)

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