Post your chords here:

#41

Did i do an oopsie

1 Like
#42

do the numbers like 7 and 6 with a - sign mean theyre dominant 7 and flat 6 chords?

#43

I need this thread

1 Like
#44

That’s illegal

#45

GUYS please MAKE YOUR OWN CHORDS PLEASE!

#46

The most common pop chord progression:

vi IV I V

In C this would be:

am F C G

#47

But add sevenths or sixths or ninths to spruce it up

#48

or don’t use that and be original and make people happy

i don’t like 1 6 4 5

#49


Is this a good chord? :thinking:

11 Likes
#50

Yeah, one of the best😄

3 Likes
#51

It’s HyperChord :star_struck::star_struck:

1 Like
#52
3 Likes
#53

Ouch

#54

C sus 4 add 7/9/11/13/15/letsaddanother13/bigboi

3 Likes
#55

bUT thaTS REduNDant BEcuSe thE Sus 4 Is liTERAlLlY THE saME As aDD 11

3 Likes
#56

nO yOu aRe wRong sUs fOuR aNd aDd fOuR aRe dIfFeRenT

#57

I’ve been working on a track with a very strange chord progression music theory-wise. The first chord is AMaj7sus2. It’s a great transitional chord, not what you’d typically expect for a ‘home chord’. I think it works well though.

2 Likes
#58

it’s still redundant because you could literally just say c sus4 15 and that would mean every single note minus the third i think

edit: or just say c 15 no 3

2 Likes
#59

C major:
CDEFGABC
If you want D major, move everything up so that the lowest note is on the d note

#60

Erm