#1
I'm reading up on theory on Musicthoery.net and in the ;esson on diatonic 7th chords it says the III chord in a Harmonic Minor is a Augmented Maj 7th. Now, I'm not that great with theory so I'm going to assume I'm wrong.

Her is A min harmonic
A B C D E F G#

The third would be C E G# B
C to E is a 3rd, E to G# is a 3rd but G# to B is a b3rd
And a Augmented Major 7th needs to be three 3rds I thought?
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#2
A +M7 chord has a root note, major third, augmented fifth and a major seventh.
It is not 3 major third intervals.

So...

C E G# B
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#3
Quote by Woffelz
A +M7 chord has a root note, major third, augmented fifth and a major seventh.
It is not 3 major third intervals.

So...

C E G# B



I don't know why I wrote it as that, I can't believe I missed that.

And now that you wrote it correctly I understand. Thanks.
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#4
If there was a maj 3rd stacked upon G# you'd get B#, which is the enharmonical equivalent of C. In other words: it would be an augmented 7th instead of a major 7th.
Last edited by deHufter at Jul 24, 2011,