#1
I recently came up with a cool chord progression while noodling on the piano one day. One of the chords consists of: C#, D#, F#, G#, A#. The next one is: F, G, G#, A#, C. I was wondering what to call these chords besides big cluster of notes that sounds good.
#3
The second chord seems like an Fm11 with no 7th. You might see it better if you call the notes F, G, Ab, Bb, C. (1, 9, b3, 11, 5)
#4
Can you tab out the chords? The voicing you use has a lot to do with how it sounds like. And by hearing the sound we can tell what it's called.
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#5
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Can you tab out the chords? The voicing you use has a lot to do with how it sounds like. And by hearing the sound we can tell what it's called.

Considering he played them on the piano, it might be better if he used standard notation. But yeah, you need to show us the notes, so we can HEAR the voicing.
#7
The first one is Ebm11 in 3rd inversion.

the second on is a tone cluster with a Fm tonality.