#1
I'm relatively new to music theory and i need some help

i know that the chords for major scale are

I ii iii IV V vi vii○ I

but what are the chords for the minor scale?
#3
Harmonic minor's seventh chords are :

iM7 iihalfo7 IIIM7+ iv7 V7 VIM7 viio7

Natural minor's seventh chords:

i7 iihalfo 7 IIIM7 iv7 v7 VIM7 VII7

Melodic minor's seventh chords:

iM7 ii7 IIIM7+ IV7 V7 vihalfo7 viihalfo7
#4
Quote by darpal4byrd15
its the same thing, except the iii is flatted.


Ummm...no.

Natural minor would be:

i iidim III iv v VI VII
#5
Quote by tom183
Ummm...no.

Natural minor would be:

i iidim III iv v VI VII


And if you look at my post, it will show the diatonic seventh chords used, and it will show the melodic and harmonic minor's diatonic scales
#6
haha, well thx you all i just wanted to know natural minor scale actually but now im curious as to wat the Jazz minor chords are.
#7
Hmm.. Im not familiar with a jazz minor.... What is the scale formula, and i can tell you some chords (assuming its diatonic)
#9
Quote by LoveThyBass
jazz minor is Major scale with a flatted 3rd.


Ahhh.. I call that scale the Melodic Minor

Chords (diatonic sevenths) are as follow:


iM7 ii7 IIIM7+ IV7 V7 vihalfo7 viihalfo7