• Did You Know The Diminished Seventh Chord Has Two Mutual Tritones?

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    In this post, we’ll be breaking the diminished seventh chord into mutual tritones.

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    Exposed: Forming Tritonic Chords With Diminished Triads

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    Tritonic chords are chords that have the augmented fourth or diminished fifth (aka – “tritone”) as an intervallic component. In this post, we’ll learn to form three very familiar tritonic chords.

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    Chromatic Dissonance: Chord Formation Using the “Tritone”

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    In this post, we’re exploring chromatic dissonant intervals like the tritone and how they’re used in chord formation of triads, seventh chords, and more.

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