Dominant 7th add6 Chords

Dominant 7th add6 chords are made from the 1,3,5,6,b7 tones of the Major Scale in the same key. IE. if we wanted to find a Cmaj7 chord we would have to figure out the C Major scale. We know that it is C,D,E,F,G,A,B,C. So C is the 1st tone, D is the 2nd, etc... So we now know that a Cmaj7 chord has the notes C,E,G,B. A Dominant 7th add6 chord is simply a Major 7th chord with a lowered 7th tone and the added 6th tone, so a C dom7add6 would be C,E,G,A,Bb.


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