Seventh Chord Inversion (Music Theory lesson part 30.1)



Seventh Chord Inversion (Music Theory lesson part 30.1)

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Like triads, seventh chords can be inverted by moving the lowest note up an octave. Root position is the same as a triad -- the root is the lowest (bass) note.




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