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What are diatonic seventh chords?
They are chords that use only the notes of the key the music is in. There are NO accidentals
What is a major seventh chord?

what is it's other name?
M3+m3+M3

major-major
What is a dominant seventh chord?

what is the quality?

what is it's other name?
M3+m3+m3

it is major

major-minor
What is a minor seventh chord?

what is it's other name?
m3+M3+m3

minor-minor
What is a half diminished seventh chord?

what is the quality?

what is it's other name?
m3+m3+M3

It is diminished

diminished-minor
What is a Diminished seventh chord?

what is it's other name?
m3+m3+m3

full diminished
When do you use just a 7 with the roman numeral?
if the triad is major or minor and if the seventh is diatonic
When do you use a o7 with the roman numeral?
if the triad is diminished and the 7th is diatonic
When do you use a d7 with the roman numeral?
If the triad is diminished and the 7th is NOT diatonic
When do you use a -7 with the roman numeral?
When the triad is either minor or major and the 7th has been lowered
what is 7/5/3 inversion?
When the root of the 7th is in the bass
What is 6/5/3 inversion?
It is the first inversion of a seventh, and the third will be in the bass
What is 6/4/3 inversion?
When the fifth of a seventh is in the bass. it is the second inversion of a 7th chord
What is 6/4/2 inversion?
When the 7th of a 7th is in the bass. it is the third inversion on a 7th

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