#1
||--x---x----------------------------------x--x--x----||
||--5-h-7---------------------------------7--8--7---||
||--0---0---------------------------------0--0--0----||
||--x---x----------------------------------x--x--x----||
||--7---7---------------------------------7--7--7----||
||--0---0---------------------------------0--0--0----||

I cant figure out what chord this is.
#4
||--x------x------------------------------------x------||
||--5-h----7-----------------------------------8-----||
||--0------0-----------------------------------0------||
||--x------x------------------------------------x------||
||--7------7-----------------------------------7------||
||--0------0-----------------------------------0------||
Em(no5) Emadd9(no5)                        Em(no5)

I think.
#5
E minor, E minor 9th, E minor again.

Pretty much all variations of E minor without the fifth.


edit- right, add9 sorry, not Em9.
#6
Z freakin Minor!

I'm really not too sure, but one of the guys that posted probably has it right.
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#7
Considering nearly all the notes that make up that first chord are Es and it has a G, I'm pretty sure it's E minor.

The rest are variations on the same chord, so... Yeah.
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#8
Right, slightly confused here, the first one only has two different notes in it, low to high, E, E, G, E, with no fifth so why can that be called a chord, even though it's a minor intverval (E to G)?

Would that not just be a diatonic harmony?

Same goes for the other chords.
#9
I think that's part of Madness Caught Another Victim by Evergrey, am I right? I so think that is part of the melody.