#1
So I'm confused about the chords that make up the harmonic minor scale. I realize that everything except the 7th would be the same, but what would the 7th be?
#2
nope, many things would be different, you forgot about the 5th and 3rd which also contain that 7th note in there

anyway, triads in the harmonic minor

minor
diminished
augmented
minor
major <- this one is important
major
diminished
#3
Their not all the same except 7. Standard chords in E minor would be
E min, F# dim, G maj, A min, B min, C maj, D maj.
In harmonic its
E min, F# dim, G maj, A dim, B maj, C maj D# dim.
Thats how you get the three arpeggiod Yngwie diminished runs, its because there three diminished chords in there.
#4
Diminished? ...right?


Edit: nvm, seljer posted
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#5
Quote by seljer
nope, many things would be different, you forgot about the 5th and 3rd which also contain that 7th note in there

anyway, triads in the harmonic minor

minor
diminished
augmented
minor
major <- this one is important
major
diminished

oh yeah..i guess i didn't think about that

Thanks a lot
#6
Im(maj7) IIm7b5 IIIaug(maj7) IV7 V7 VImaj7 VIIdim7 I think.
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#8
Whoops, I was thinking of #4 for some reason there.
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