I know that in the key of c major there are no sharps flats, but with the relative minor and its variations (melodic and harmonic), can I still play the chords built off of the notes (the sixth and 7th?). Will it sound good like the diatonic chords? I mapped out all of the triads, I haven't done the seventh chords yet.
Those are all of the diatonic chords for each of those scales. But since A minor is relative to C major, can I also play the diatonic chords of say A Melodic Minor even though some the accidentals in the triads do not exist in the C Major Key signature? I have the same question for the seventh chords. Sorry if I typed out the chords wrong, I'm not familiar with the correct notation. Thanks.