#1
E--x
B--3
G--x
D--2
A--1
E--x
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#2
A#m flat 5

Not a diminished cause of no flat 7
Not a half diminished cause of the flat 5 and the absence of a flat 7
Last edited by Jean_Valjean at Oct 4, 2009,
#7
Quote by isaac_bandits
Either B♭(♭5) or B♭(♯11). What's the context?


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#8
Quote by Jean_Valjean
A#m flat 5

Not a diminished cause of no flat 7
Not a half diminished cause of the flat 5 and the absence of a flat 7
It's definitely major, not minor. Other than that, you're right.

Context is also quite important.
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#9
Quote by Jean_Valjean
A#m flat 5

Not a diminished cause of no flat 7
Not a half diminished cause of the flat 5 and the absence of a flat 7


A minor triad with a ♭5 is a diminished triad. It doesn't need the ♭♭7 to be a diminished chord; that would make it a diminished seven chord.
#10
Bb(b5) or A#(b5).
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