#1
I use these all the time in my songwriting, I just don't know how to name them.

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#2
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#3
Major 2nd interval
Minor 3rd interval
Major 3rd Interval
Perfect 4ths interval
diminished 5ths interval
Minor 6th interval
Major 6th interval

in order

Edit: jeeze, how could i have forgotten that one word (bolded)? its a pet peeve of mine whenever i forget a word when I type while i know that in my head, thats what I was thinking.
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#4
randomhero is right, they're not really chords, just intervals. Some people call them diads. Chords are made up of three or more notes. Commonly the root, third and fifth, or root, third, fifth and seventh, but of course there are tons of others.
#6
Quote by OldRocker
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they're not chords -- chords require at least 3 notes. randomhero got it. they're intervals, and they're the intervals he specified.
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#7
correct me if im wrong, but im pretty sure one of those chords is angus young's chord.
#9
Quote by Legion6789
Angus Young's chord? What's that?


you know, that one chord angus young uses.
#10
Quote by Marshmelllow
you know, that one chord angus young uses.

not sure if serious......


these "chords" have been used everywhere.

proper name for them are "Harmonic Intervals"
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#11
I recall seeing them being called "biads" (like triads but of two notes) somewhere. But yeah, probably just intervals.
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#12
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I recall seeing them being called "biads" (like triads but of two notes) somewhere. But yeah, probably just intervals.


They have also been called "diads" but I've never seen biads used anywhere.
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#13
I'd call em duet's, since it's 2 notes, one 2 strings. Played with 1 motion however......