#1
can you have sus chords with altered 2s and 4s? as in would a chord spelled 1-b2-5 be called a susb2? would 1-#4-5 be a sus#4?

note: i know that they would sound pretty damn horrid.
#3
It would be an augmented chord if it was sharpened, and a diminished chord if it was flattenned.
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#4
Yes, all of those are correct. You'll really never see a sus#2 chord because it's enharmonic to a minor chord, but any of those could be notated.
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It would be an augmented chord if it was sharpened, and a diminished chord if it was flattenned.

Which interval are we talking about? Both of those chords are dependent on the altering of the fifth.
#5
that's weird, i just chose those two alterations without thinking but now that i look at the other two possibilities, #2 and b4 i realize that those would just be enharmonic to minor/Major 3rds.
yay for subconscious MT.
#7
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Suspended notes replace the third interval in a chord right? So with a sus #2 you're replacing the third with... a third lol.

Yep, you're replacing the third with an augmented second which will sound the same as a minor third, which is why it will sound just like a minor triad.
#9
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this is cool, why didn't i think of that? I'm loving the sus#4

It's because no one's used to seeing them that often, so they almost always get overlooked. They open up some very cool tonal possibilities, though.
#10
well, the reason think I should've thought of this is that I'm always screwing around with odd dissonant sounding chords and such, like a while back i came up with a chord that best name I could think of was Eno3rdaddb9add9. but i never thought of fooling with sus chords... i guess since like you said, they're not used very often.... now that i thinking about it a while back I did think of messing with sus chords when I was playing dust in the wind but I got distracted and forgot about it.
#11
a while back i came up with a chord that best name I could think of was Eno3rdaddb9add9
That would be a tone cluster
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tone_cluster
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