#1
Will you guys give me the formulas and notes for these chords if i have them wrong?

EbMA9 ...... Eb-G-Bb-D-F

Fmi9 ...... F-Ab-C-E-G

Gmi(add11) ........ G-Bb-D-F#-C

Ab13(#11) ..... Ab-C-Eb-G-B-Db

Ebmi11/Bb ..... I dont know this one, please help

Fmi11 .... F-Ab-C-E-G-Bb

AbMA9 ...... I dont know this one, please help

Bb9sus .... I dont know this one, please help

Abmi11 ..... I dont know this one, please help

Db13(#11) .... I dont know this one, please help

And, while im asking for so much help, how do you make a minor scale? Like, how is it different from the major scale?

and thanks to everyone who helps
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#2
im afraid i cant get you the notes as i dont know them but this website is great for finding the fingerings

http://chordfind.com/

if you have guitarpro or can get it (demo) it has chord and scale lists
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#3
Ebmaj9: Eb - G - Bb - D - F.
Correct.

Fm9: F - Ab - C - E - G.
Incorrect. A _m9 chord does not contain a major 7th (E).

Gm(add11): G - Bb - D - F# - C.
Incorrect. A madd11 chord does not contain a major 7th (F#).

Ab13#11: Ab - C - Eb - G - B - Db.
Incorrect. A _13#11 chord does not contain a major 7th (G), an augmented 2nd (B) or a perfect fourth (Db).

Ebm11/Bb: 5 - 1 - b3 - b7 - (9) - 11.

Fm11: F - Ab - C - E - G - Bb.
Incorrect A _m11 chord does not contain a major 7th (E).

Abmaj9: 1 - 3 - (5) - 7 - 9.

Bb9sus: 1 - 4 - (5) - b7 - 9.

Abm11: 1 - b3 - (5) - b7 - (9) - 11.

Db13#11: 1 - 3 - (5) - b7 - (9) - #11 - 13.

Formulas for the ones you don't know are there.. so you can have a go yourself.. try correcting the ones you got wrong.

#4
I sure do appriciate it. That was exactly what im looking for. And now... what makes a minor scale? Im not looking for the Tone tone semitone or whole whole half answer, im looking for how it varies from a major scale.



EDIT: what do the parenthesis mean in the formulas?
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Last edited by 812many at Sep 16, 2007,
#5
Quote by 812many
I sure do appriciate it. That was exactly what im looking for. And now... what makes a minor scale? Im not looking for the Tone tone semitone or whole whole half answer, im looking for how it varies from a major scale.

A minor scale has a b3, b6 and b7.
#6
Quote by kyrreca
A minor scale has a b3, b6 and b7.


slight correction.... a minor scale has a b3.

THE minor scale (aeolian, natural minor) has a b3, b6 & b7.


there are quite a few minor scales, dorian phrygian aeolian etc etc but the b3 is what makes it minor


EDIT - also, the parenthesis are notes that are often omitted to make it playable on a six string instrument