Is there a convention about how to name two-note chords? I noticed that software like Apple Logic Pro names two-note chords like this:
- Db C = Db no 3 ma7
- C Eb = Cm
So I'm assuming the dynamic for naming two-note chords exists, but for many reasons this specific algorithm feels not complete, like it not being context-aware or not including omitted notes in the name(C Eb could be labeled as Cm no 5th, for example) or not naming other possible names based on inversions and other note orders (F C could be F indeterminate or C sus4 no 5th, but that specific algorithm labels it only as F5).
Is there a standard practice to name two-note chords? Is there literature about the subject? I'm not looking for definitive labels, as I know the name depends on the context, so harmonic relativity like C6 = A-7 (a list of possible names, but for two-note chords) is perfectly fine.