CHORDS THEORY - Lesson 23 pt. 2 - 6th chords

Andrei Moraru

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Let's continue our 6th chords discussion with augmented 6th chords. First off, Caug6, C form:

Caug6_Cform.png
And here it is played back.

Next up, the A form:

Caug6_Aform.png
And here it is played back.

Let's move on to the G form:

Caug6_Gform.png
And here it is played back.

Now, let's look at the E form:

Caug6_Eform.png
And here it is played back.

Finally, the D form:

Caug6_Dform.png
And here it is played back.

As for diminished 6th chords. take a look at the diminished 7th chords lesson for more details.

Before we end this tutorial, some of you might be wondering, where does one use 6th chords? Well, they are specific in genres such as latino and jazz and they can be used in a similar fashion as 7th chords. The idea is that you can use 6th chords to replace a basic chord in your progression. 6th chords replace major chords and minor 6th can replace minor chords.

Anyway, that's all for this tutorial. In the next one, we will be talking about added tone chords, which are obtained by using a technique we've already been using quite a lot so far. See you then.
 
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