Triad Chord Theory

Learn the four types of triads and how to apply their formula to the Major Scale.


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Very nice and interesting course. Thank you Justin!

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I loved the augmented mystery expression hahahaha, that was CLASS, priceless & timeless!

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It’s soo cool seeing this stuff all start to come together, loving the theory course! :+1: :clap:

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Feeling the same way Fncanuk. It’s exciting to learn what we are and seeing previously mysterious terms start to make sense.

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Is there an understandable reason, why no “double augmented” triad exists? If I look at the four triads, I automatically think, “why is there no triad with 1 / 3# / 5#?”

Hi there,

Augmented triads already have two major 3rd intervals in them, so sharpening the first major 3rd by a semitone would raise it to a 4th, and the second one would become a minor 3rd.

That would make it a sus4 diminished triad, if that naming exists.

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