#1
What is the order...I know the last one is diminished, and then there's some amount of majors/minors in between....

Help?

Thanks.
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#3
Thanks.

Is the order the same for minor keys?
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#4
No, minors are different, but I forgot how the order goes.
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#5
Natural minor goes

Minor - diminished - major - minor - minor - major - major.

Just take the major one and start on the 6th chord

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#8
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It goes major - minor - minor - major - major - minor - diminished

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major 7, minor 7,minor 7, major 7, dominant seventh,minor 7,half diminished.........
.........the half dim chord retains the flat seventh and the diminished has the flat flat seventh and is usually built from a whole/half step scale
#9
^^

1 b3 b5 - dim - Diminished triad
1 b3 b5 b7 - m7b5 - half diminished seventh
1 b3 b5 bb7 - dim7 - diminished seventh

ElBarto was giving the triads.
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#10
Don't forget harmonic minor as well... the formula is different from major and it is more commonly used than natural minor

Harmonic minor is: minor, diminished, Major, minor, Major, Major, diminished, minor

or with seventh chords: minor 7th, half diminished 7th, major seventh, minor 7th, major/minor 7th, Major 7th, diminished 7th, minor 7th.

Hope that helps.

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