#2
wouldn't it just be a b3 diad?
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#3
Crap, I always forget about diads, thanks, my theory isn't that strong
Wouldn't it be whatever note Rb3 add b10 diad?
#4
Quote by Amonthegates
Crap, I always forget about diads, thanks, my theory isn't that strong
Wouldn't it be whatever note Rb3 add b10 diad?


3rd and 10 are the same note. so you dont need both of them in the chord name.
#5
Quote by ciano16
3rd and 10 are the same note. so you dont need both of them in the chord name.

This, if you play a Cmaj with C E G and C, you dont call it Cmaj add Octave. If the note is taken care of in the chord description, then don't worry about it. If its doubled up, no worries
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