#1
Ok I have a question about harmony with two guitars.

Ok, say we are harmony in third:

C D E F G A B C, its harmonic would be
E F G A B C D E
I understand that but what about sharps and flats? C# D# F# G# A#?

Would you harmonize like this:
C C# D D# E F F# G G# A A# B C
E F F#G G#A A# B C C#D D# E ????

Please help!
#2
there is mroe than 1 type of third taht is your problem, say we take C, hte major third is E, the minor third is D# , there is also diminished and augmented and probly more, try googling intervals it might give u a better understanding, i dont have the best explaination skills when it comes to theory
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#3
1. Wrong forum, this should be in Musician Talk.
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#4
It depends what type of third you want to harmonize in.. your first example is in diatonic thirds, but I'll give you a list of each key and it's minor third and major third, along with it's enharmonic key for convenience. (Note that bb means double flat (As in Bbb = B double flat) and x means double sharp (As in Cx = C double sharp.)

C: Minor third - Eb. Major third - E.

C#: Minor third - E. Major third - E#. (Db: Minor third - Fb. Major third - F)

D: Minor third - F. Major third - F#.

D#: Minor third - F#. Major third - Fx. (Eb: Minor third - Gb. Major third - G)

E: Minor third - G. Major third - G#.

F: Minor third - Ab. Major third - A.

F#: Minor third - A. Major third - A#. (Gb: Minor third - Bbb. Major third - Bb)

G: Minor third - Bb. Major third - B.

G#: Minor third - B. Major third - B#. (Ab: minor third - Cb. Major third - C)

A: Minor third - C. Major third - C#.

A#: Minor third - C#. Major third - Cx. (Bb: Minor third - Db. Major third - D)

B: Minor third - D. Major third - D#.

Oh, and moved to MT.

#5
there's no natural way to harmonize chromatics.. you could go all minor 3rds, major 3rds, 4ths..you'll get a weird sound, but that's probably what you're going for anyways with chromatics..
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#6
Thankyou for that.Cleared it all up. Most appreciative!


Quote by Johnljones7443
It depends what type of third you want to harmonize in.. your first example is in diatonic thirds, but I'll give you a list of each key and it's minor third and major third, along with it's enharmonic key for convenience. (Note that bb means double flat (As in Bbb = B double flat) and x means double sharp (As in Cx = C double sharp.)

C: Minor third - Eb. Major third - E.

C#: Minor third - E. Major third - E#. (Db: Minor third - Fb. Major third - F)

D: Minor third - F. Major third - F#.

D#: Minor third - F#. Major third - Fx. (Eb: Minor third - Gb. Major third - G)

E: Minor third - G. Major third - G#.

F: Minor third - Ab. Major third - A.

F#: Minor third - A. Major third - A#. (Gb: Minor third - Bbb. Major third - Bb)

G: Minor third - Bb. Major third - B.

G#: Minor third - B. Major third - B#. (Ab: minor third - Cb. Major third - C)

A: Minor third - C. Major third - C#.

A#: Minor third - C#. Major third - Cx. (Bb: Minor third - Db. Major third - D)

B: Minor third - D. Major third - D#.

Oh, and moved to MT.