#2
Not to my knowledge, as far as I'm aware dominant is specifically a Major 3rd and Minor 7th.

This should probably go in MT anyway, not here.
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#3
Well if you considered the b3 in a minor chord as #9, then add a M3 and b7 around that, it would be a minor dominant chord, aka an altered chord.

In general tho, no. You don't get "minor dominants".
#4
im failing to see the "advanced" part lol

minor...major...dominant...thats it, there are no technicallities, if you consider the b3 a #9 then its not minor is it? its an extension on a dominant chord
#6
Quote by jackblsdaniels
im failing to see the "advanced" part lol

minor...major...dominant...thats it, there are no technicallities, if you consider the b3 a #9 then its not minor is it? its an extension on a dominant chord

Yep. Shouldn't of misled the Op with incorrect info. I was just trying to answer his question as directly as possible. It's all good.