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Old 10-20-2017, 11:12 PM   #1
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Default Same Family of Inversions But Different Keys

https://youtu.be/L0iXBh-Yqyc?t=75 (Pinpointed Link)

He says for these chords below;

Same Family of Inversions But Different Keys

1) D-F#-G-A

2) C#-D-E-A

3)
B-E-G#-A

4)
Bb-C-F-A (Bbmaj7sus2)

What does that mean? How are they constructed?
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Old 10-21-2017, 06:45 PM   #3
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https://youtu.be/L0iXBh-Yqyc?t=75 (Pinpointed Link)

He says for these chords below;

Same Family of Inversions But Different Keys

1) D-F#-G-A

2) C#-D-E-A

3)
B-E-G#-A

4)
Bb-C-F-A (Bbmaj7sus2)

What does that mean? How are they constructed?
They are all "maj7sus2" chords, in different inversions:
(1) = 5-7-1-2
(2) = 7-1-2-5
(3) = 2-5-7-1
(4) = 1-2-5-7

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