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comment Does the bass note in a “slash” chord really have an associated interval?
This was a good answer, thanks. The reason I asked this question, was because I was writing a program that given a chord name, it would tell you what the associated intervals / spelling was. I was debating what was the best way to handle slash chords, and thought perhaps it didn't need to show the interval of the slash note for the reasons I mentioned. Being a fellow software guy, is that the approach you would take?
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comment Does the bass note in a “slash” chord really have an associated interval?
I'd like to know more of these mixed-third chords you speak of ;) Will have to do some reading.
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comment Does the bass note in a “slash” chord really have an associated interval?
@MatthewRead True. I think what I meant to say is the chord spellings I have seen don't contain both minor and major thirds. (where the intervals really are written as 3 and ♭3, not 3 and #9). As Owen S. says, I am probably incorrect in that understanding though.
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