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Chord name finder by note name entry
 
Chord Recognition for Piano and Guitar
 
This offers a program that will construct and display the names of chords entered note by note
A chord is a combination of two or mostly more pitches, that blend harmoniously when sounded together.
Possibly the item 'chord' comes from chorda χορδή, the Greek word for string.

 
Keyboard, frequencies = naming of musical notes, piano keys
 
Frequency Range of Musical Instruments and Singing Voices (Vocals)
 
EazyChord − Eazy chord − EasyChord − Easy chord −
 
There are to choose 3 to 5 tones. If there are no chord symbols shown,
that does not mean that there are no symbols. It means only this must
be an "extraordinary" chord. Enter the tone names in any order.

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Notenlinie

C C/F C7 Cdim/A Cm11 Cmsus4 Csus4
C(add9) C+ C7sus4 Cdim/Ab Cm6 Csus Csus4/A
C(b5) C11 C9 Cdim/D Cm7 Csus2 Csus4/B
C/A C4 C9(b5) Cdim7 Cmaj Csus2/A Csus4/Bb
C/B C5 Cadd2/B Cm Cmaj7 Csus2/B Csus4/D
C/Bb C6 Cadd9 Cm/A Cmaj9 Csus2/E Csus4/E
C/D C6/add9 Cdim Cm/Bb Cmin Csus2/F

How Chords Are Constructed

Here is how the most common chords are constructed.
Notes in parentheses, ( ), imply that they can be dropped from the chord in certain cases.

Name Note 1 Note 2 Note 3 Note 4 Note 5 Note 6 Note 7
major Root 3 5        
minor R b3 5        
sus4 R 4 5        
b5 R 3 b5        
diminished R b3 b5        
augmented R 3 #5        
minor6 R b3 5 6      
major6 R 3 5 6      
7 R 3 5 b7      
7sus4 R 4 5 b7      
minor7 R b3 5 b7      
minor7(9) (R) b3 (5) b7 9    
minor7(9,11) (R) b3 (5) b7 9 11  
major7 R 3 5 7      
major7(9) (R) 3 (5) 7 9    
major7(#11) (R) 3 (5) 7 9 #11  
major7(13) (R) 3 (5) 7 13    
major7(9,13) (R) 3 (5) 7 9 13  
major7#5 R 3 #5 7      
major7#5(9) (R) 3 #5 7 9    
minMaj7 R b3 5 7      
minMaj7(9) (R) b3 (5) 7 9    
7b5 R 3 b5 b7      
minor7b5 R b3 b5 b7      
aug7 R 3 #5 b7      
dim7 R b3 b5 6      
add9 R 3 5 9      
minorAdd9 R b3 5 9      
major6(9) (R) 3 (5) 6 9    
minor6(9) (R) b3 (5) 6 9    
7(9) (R) 3 (5) b7 9    
7(b9) (R) 3 (5) b7 b9    
7(#9) (R) 3 (5) b7 #9    
7(13) (R) 3 (5) b7 13    
7(b13) (R) 3 (5) b7 b13    
7(9,13) (R) 3 (5) b7 9 13  
7(b9,13) (R) 3 (5) b7 b9 13  
7(#9,13) (R) 3 (5) b7 #9 13  
7(b9,b13) (R) 3 (5) b7 b9 b13  
7(#9,b13) (R) 3 (5) b7 #9 b13  
7(9,#11) (R) 3 (5) b7 9 #11  
7(9,#11,13) (R) 3 (5) b7 9 #11 13

Chord Construction and Chord Symbols

Chord name Component notes - chord and interval Chord symbol
major seventh major triad major seventh Cmaj7, CMA7, CM7, CΔ
dominant seventh major triad minor seventh C7, C7
minor seventh minor triad minor seventh Cm7, C-7
minor major seventh minor triad major seventh Cm(maj7)
diminished seventh diminished triad diminished seventh Co7, Cdim7
half-diminished seventh diminished triad minor seventh Cø7, Cm7b5
augmented/major augmented triad major seventh C+(maj7), CAM7, C7+5, C7#5
augmented/minor augmented triad minor seventh C+7

ChordSpell − Note Entry by Mark S. Klan is another tool for a "chord name finder"
 
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