#1
hi
I have no problems recognizing a minor triad in both root position and second inversion.
But I can't remember the first inv minor:
e |--------12
b |-----12
G |-12

Does anybody know a melody that I can use as mnemonic (probably not the right word but my english aint my mother tongue) ?
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#2
Well for inversion symbols, there's the inversion hotline: 664–765–4342

Being, 6 - first inversion triad, 64 - second inversion triad, 7 - root seventh, 65 - first inversion seventh, 43 - second inversion seventh, 42 - third inversion seventh
#3
yeah right I guess mnemonic means something else
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Im sorry, I just don't see how you could argue that hardcore isn't metal. That just seems arrogant to me.

Yes, its its own kind of metal, but its still metal.
#4
Actually, you used the right word. Mnemonic is the word you're looking for, and, as far as I know, there is not a melody you could use.

But I think of triads in first inversion,on guitar, as having the interval of a sixth from bass. Like so:


G--4-----
D-----5--
A--7--7--
E--3--3--


These are both first inversion E minor chords (I would usually use the second one). The interval from the G in the bass (on the E string) to the E on the A string is a M6. If it were a major chord, it would be a m6.

Keep in mind, this isn't an absolute end all-be all of remembering first inversion chords, but it's a quick and dirty way to remember them.