Thread: Intervals
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Old 2005-04-28, 08:17
tchambliss tchambliss is offline
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Originally Posted by powersofterror
BTW, An inverted perfect 4th is a perfect 5th
An inverted perfect 5th is a perfect 4th
An inverted minor 2nd is a Major 7th
An inverted major 2nd is a minor 7th
An inverted minor 7th is a Major 2nd..
yadda yadda yadda.....


Neato(not sarcasm. . . really), You know the cool rule of 9, The Quantitative values on inversions will always add up to 9 and for complex intervals such as a M9, you subtract seven to get the simple interval. I apologize when my typing makes me sound sarcastic, I'm really not very sarcastic. . . just a geek.
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