#5
Diminished fifth sounds really dark and dissonant, I really like it. But then again, I'm not always in the mood for it, and I also like bare fifths, major thirds, and sus chords.
#6
I like minor 3rds, because they seem to add something to every minor scale...
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#8
I have to pick one over all the others? No thanks; they're all as important to me as each other.
#11
minor seconds; cuz they destroy worlds.
I'm also a fan of tri-tones (when I'm in the mood)
minor sixes and any kind of third.

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#12
i dont know what its called but when you have 2 stacked major 3rds (root, third, minor sixth). i wanna say augmented chord?
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#13
Quote by Ribcage
i dont know what its called but when you have 2 stacked major 3rds (root, third, minor sixth). i wanna say augmented chord?
You're correct, except you would call it an augmented fifth (#5) rather than a minor sixth.

The minor sixth is my favourite interval.
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#17
Quote by GuitarMunky
doubly diminished Unison all the way!


You f***ing read my mind, I was going to say the exact same thing!


Well, I would have to go with superly-quaternally augmented Octave
Or the Wolf interval (867 cents or a ratio of 262144:177147)