#1
hey guys just wondering if anyone can help me out. i have been looking all over the internet for "Fm add E" and have been unsuccessful finding the chord. it comes up several times in a jazz piece i'm using for an audition. i'm assuming its (1-3-3-1-1-0) but i'd like to be sure. any help would be much appreciated.
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#2
F Ab C E is a minor major 7 chord.. Belongs to first chord in harmonic minor 1 b3 5 7..

my voicing for those chords F min maj 7: ( 1-x-2-1-1-x) x is muted string

sounds like: 1 - 7 - 3- 5.. continuity with your bass line should be taken into account too

IE. Dont have your bass jump up a minor 9th as oppose to a minor 2nd
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Last edited by seymour_jackson at Jun 7, 2010,
#3
thank you. i really appreciate it.
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#4
Although that is true, most times when a chord indicates to add a note (ie Fm add E, Fm/E) in jazz, it usually refers to adding that note to the root, so it would be an Fm chord with a E as your root. It would be played 0-3-3-1-1-1or0
#5
Wouldnt that be written in Fm/E format, if they wanted an altered bass?
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#7
Quote by tenfold
Looking at his tab, it sounds like he's looking more for an Fm(maj7) rather than an Fm/E.


think he was talking to the guy directly above him.