#1
I was screwing around today playing some arpeggios, and I stumbled on a specific pattern that I really like.

It's a triad that is made up of

1-p4-b6


I can't really think of a chord formula that uses those intervals. In G though the notes are G-C-D#


That would be a c minor inversion wouldn't it?

It works out because if I were to play it in say F# the notes are
F# B D

Thats a b minor inversion.


Am I on the right track here or is there a better name?
#4
Quote by yearzero
I can't really think of a chord formula that uses those intervals. In G though the notes are G-C-D#


Or if you rename that G, C, Eb, you get Cm in first inversion.



Quote by yearzero
That would be a c minor inversion wouldn't it?


yes

Quote by yearzero

It works out because if I were to play it in say F# the notes are
F# B D

Thats a b minor inversion.


Am I on the right track here or is there a better name?


absolutely correct. Bm in first inversion.

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