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HYBRIDS pg 1

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
C/C F/C Ab/C G/C Eb/C Bb/C A/C D/C E/C Db/C B/C F#/C
I IV bVI V bIII bVII VI II III bII VII bV
C(triad) F(triad) Ab(triad) Cmin7 Csus4 D7 Cmaj7#5 Dbmaj7 D13b9 C7#11b9

Triad Root = Bass =

E
B
G
D
A
E
(A)

e_del (2011) - ver. 1.0

Hybrids are in order of "tension"


The first three hybrids are simply the threee inversions of a major triad with one note doubled in the bass

Header row 1: order


Header row 2: triad/bass
Header row 3: interval between the major triad root (upper note) and the bass note (lower note)
Header row 4: equivalent chord name
HYBRIDS pg 2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
C/C F/C Ab/C G/C Eb/C Bb/C A/C D/C E/C Db/C B/C F#/C
I IV bVI V bIII bVII VI II III bII VII bV
C(triad) F(triad) Ab(triad) Cmin7 Csus4 D7 Cmaj7#5 Dbmaj7 D13b9 C7#11b9

Triad Root = Bass =

E
B
G
D
A
E
(A)

e_del (2011) - ver. 1.0

Hybrids are in order of "tension"


The first three hybrids are simply the threee inversions of a major triad with one note doubled in the bass

Header row 1: order


Header row 2: triad/bass
Header row 3: interval between the major triad root (upper note) and the bass note (lower note)
Header row 4: equivalent chord name
HYBRIDS pg 3

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
C/C F/C Ab/C G/C Eb/C Bb/C A/C D/C E/C Db/C B/C F#/C
I IV bVI V bIII bVII VI II III bII VII bV
C(triad) F(triad) Ab(triad) Cmin7 Csus4 D7 Cmaj7#5 Dbmaj7 D13b9 C7#11b9

Triad Root = Bass =

E
B
G
D
A
E
(A)

e_del (2011) - ver. 1.0

Hybrids are in order of "tension"


The first three hybrids are simply the threee inversions of a major triad with one note doubled in the bass

Header row 1: order


Header row 2: triad/bass
Header row 3: interval between the major triad root (upper note) and the bass note (lower note)
Header row 4: equivalent chord name
HYBRIDS pg 4

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
C/C F/C Ab/C G/C Eb/C Bb/C A/C D/C E/C Db/C B/C F#/C
I IV bVI V bIII bVII VI II III bII VII bV
C(triad) F(triad) Ab(triad) Cmin7 Csus4 D7 Cmaj7#5 Dbmaj7 D13b9 C7#11b9

Triad Root = Bass =

E
B
G
D
A
E
(A)

e_del (2011) - ver. 1.0

Hybrids are in order of "tension"


The first three hybrids are simply the threee inversions of a major triad with one note doubled in the bass

Header row 1: order


Header row 2: triad/bass
Header row 3: interval between the major triad root (upper note) and the bass note (lower note)
Header row 4: equivalent chord name
HYBRIDS pg 5

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
C/C F/C Ab/C G/C Eb/C Bb/C A/C D/C E/C Db/C B/C F#/C
I IV bVI V bIII bVII VI II III bII VII bV
C(triad) F(triad) Ab(triad) Cmin7 Csus4 D7 Cmaj7#5 Dbmaj7 D13b9 C7#11b9

Triad Root = Bass =

E
B
G
D
A
E
(A)

e_del (2011) - ver. 1.0

Hybrids are in order of "tension"


The first three hybrids are simply the threee inversions of a major triad with one note doubled in the bass

Header row 1: order


Header row 2: triad/bass
Header row 3: interval between the major triad root (upper note) and the bass note (lower note)
Header row 4: equivalent chord name
HYBRIDS pg 6

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
C/C F/C Ab/C G/C Eb/C Bb/C A/C D/C E/C Db/C B/C F#/C
I IV bVI V bIII bVII VI II III bII VII bV
C(triad) F(triad) Ab(triad) Cmin7 Csus4 D7 Cmaj7#5 Dbmaj7 D13b9 C7#11b9

Triad Root = Bass =

E
B
G
D
A
E
(A)

e_del (2011) - ver. 1.0

Hybrids are in order of "tension"


The first three hybrids are simply the threee inversions of a major triad with one note doubled in the bass

Header row 1: order


Header row 2: triad/bass
Header row 3: interval between the major triad root (upper note) and the bass note (lower note)
Header row 4: equivalent chord name
HYBRIDS pg 7

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
C/C F/C Ab/C G/C Eb/C Bb/C A/C D/C E/C Db/C B/C F#/C
I IV bVI V bIII bVII VI II III bII VII bV
C(triad) F(triad) Ab(triad) Cmin7 Csus4 D7 Cmaj7#5 Dbmaj7 D13b9 C7#11b9

Triad Root = Bass =

E
B
G
D
A
E
(A)

e_del (2011) - ver. 1.0

Hybrids are in order of "tension"


The first three hybrids are simply the threee inversions of a major triad with one note doubled in the bass

Header row 1: order


Header row 2: triad/bass
Header row 3: interval between the major triad root (upper note) and the bass note (lower note)
Header row 4: equivalent chord name
HYBRIDS pg 8

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
C/C F/C Ab/C G/C Eb/C Bb/C A/C D/C E/C Db/C B/C F#/C
I IV bVI V bIII bVII VI II III bII VII bV
C(triad) F(triad) Ab(triad) Cmin7 Csus4 D7 Cmaj7#5 Dbmaj7 D13b9 C7#11b9

Triad Root = Bass =

E
B
G
D
A
E
(A)

e_del (2011) - ver. 1.0

Hybrids are in order of "tension"


The first three hybrids are simply the threee inversions of a major triad with one note doubled in the bass

Header row 1: order


Header row 2: triad/bass
Header row 3: interval between the major triad root (upper note) and the bass note (lower note)
Header row 4: equivalent chord name
HYBRIDS pg 9

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
C/C F/C Ab/C G/C Eb/C Bb/C A/C D/C E/C Db/C B/C F#/C
I IV bVI V bIII bVII VI II III bII VII bV
C(triad) F(triad) Ab(triad) Cmin7 Csus4 D7 Cmaj7#5 Dbmaj7 D13b9 C7#11b9

Triad Root = Bass =

E
B
G
D
A
E
(A)

e_del (2011) - ver. 1.0

Hybrids are in order of "tension"


The first three hybrids are simply the threee inversions of a major triad with one note doubled in the bass

Header row 1: order


Header row 2: triad/bass
Header row 3: interval between the major triad root (upper note) and the bass note (lower note)
Header row 4: equivalent chord name