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What is a gsus4 chord?

A gsus4 chord consists of the notes G, C, and D. The sus stands for suspended. In this instance the C is the "suspended" note, because the natural resolve wants it to move to (MORE)
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What is a I6 chord?

A I6 is the analytical way to say "I chord, first inversion." This could also mean (and it usually does) that the I chord, in any inversion, has the third in the bass. Let's l (MORE)
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What are chords?

A chord is formed when multiple pitches (notes on a musical instrument) are placed together on a staff (a sheet of music). Chords come in a lot of different varieties, includi (MORE)

What is a blues chord progression?

A blues chord progression is generally a 12 bar I, IV, V. In the  key of E this would be 4 bars of E, followed by 2 of A, 2 of E  again, then two of B7, then one of A follow (MORE)

What are chords used for?

Chords are used to make any style/piece of music more lively/down and more fluently   Another answer:A chord is (usually) three or more notes which are sounded together. A (MORE)

What is the answer to 20c plus 5 equals 5c plus 65?

20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4
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What are parallel chords?

Parallel chords are A sequence of chords consisting of intervals that do not change as the chord moves. For example the chord of C (C,E,G) would be parallel to a following cho (MORE)