List of jazz chords on Flat

Chords on Flat are composed of several elements:

  • A root note
  • A kind (Major, minor, diminished..)
  • An optional “alt” for altered
  • An optional bass note for inversions

Root note

To input a chord on Flat, you must first enter the root note. To do so, input the letter, and then enter b if you want the root note to be flat, or # if you want the chord to be sharp. You can also input double accidentals with bb or ##.

Different roots

Kind

Here is how you can input if the chord is Major, minor, diminished, Dominant, and so on. You will find below the list of chords supported by Flat, using C as a root. We not storing just the text, but also the semantic of the chord to provide audio playback. If one chord you would like to use is missing from this list, please contact our product team and we will add it.

2 notes chords

Chord name input in Flat notes Appearance
C5 C5 C G C5

Triad chords

Chord name input in Flat notes Appearance
Major C or Cmaj C E G C
minor Cm or Cmin or C- C Eb G Cm
diminished Cdim C Eb Gb Cdim
Augmented Caug or C+ C E G# Caug
Suspended 2nd Csus2 or C(sus2) C D G Csus2
Suspended 4th Csus4 or C(sus4) C F G Csus4

4 notes chords

Dominant 7 chords

Chord name input in Flat notes Appearance
Dominant 7th C7 C E G Bb C7
Major 7th Cmaj7 C E G B Cmaj7
minor 7th Cm7 C Eb G Bb Cm7
minor Major 7th Cmmaj7 or Cm(maj7) C Eb G B Cmmaj7
Augmented 7th C+7 C E G# B# C+7
diminished 7th Cdim7 C Eb Gb A Cdim7
half-diminished 7th C1/2dim7 C Eb Gb Bb Chdim7
minor 7th flat 5 Cm7(b5) C Eb Gb Bb Cm7b5
minor 7th sharp 5 Cm7(#5) C Eb Gb B# Cm7#5
7th flat 5 C7(b5) C E Gb Bb C7b5
7th sharp 5 C7(#5) or C7+5 C E G# Bb C7#5
Major 7th flat 5 Cmaj7(b5) C E Gb B Cmaj7b5
Major 7th sharp 5 Cmaj7(#5) C E G# B Cmaj7#5

Dominant 6 chords

Chord name input in Flat notes Appearance
Major 6th C6 C E G A C6
minor 6th Cm6 C Eb G A Cm6

Triads with added degrees

Chord name input in Flat notes Appearance
add 2 C(add2) or C2 C D E G C2
add 9 C(add9) C E G D Cadd9
add 4 C(add4) C E F G Cadd4
minor add 9 Cm(add9) C Eb G D Cmadd9
Augmented add 9 C+(add9) C E G# D C+add9
Augmented flat 9 C+(b9) C E G# Db C+b9
Augmented sharp 9 C+(#9) C E G# D# C+#9
Augmented Major 7th C+maj7 C E G# B C+maj7

Other chords

Chord name input in Flat notes Appearance
Dominant 9th, omit 5 C9(omit5) C E Bb D C9omit5

5 notes chords

Dominant 9 chords

Chord name input in Flat notes Appearance
Dominant 9th C9 C E G Bb D C9
minor 9th Cm9 C Eb G Bb D Cm9
Major 9th Cmaj9 C E G B D Cmaj9
Augmented 9th C+9 C E G# Bb D C+9
diminished 9th Cdim9 C Eb Gb A D Cdim9
half diminished 9th C1/2dim9 C Eb Gb Bb D Chdim9
minor Major 9th Cm(maj9) C Eb G B D Cmmaj9
Dominant 9th flat 5 C9(b5) C E Gb Bb D C9b5
Dominant 9th suspended 4th C9(sus4) C F G Bb D C9sus4
minor 9th flat 5 Cm9(b5) C Eb Gb Bb D Cm9b5

Other chords

Chord name input in Flat notes Appearance
6th/9th C69 C E G A D C69
7th flat 9 C7(b9) C E G Bb Db C7b9
7th flat 5 flat 9 C7(b5b9) C E Gb Bb Db C7b5b9
7th sharp 9 C7(#9) C E G Bb D# C7#9
7th flat 11 C7(b11) C E G Bb Fb C7b11
7th sharp 11 C7(#11) C E G Bb F# C7#11
7th add 13 C7(13) C E G Bb A C713
7th flat 13 C7(b13) C E G Bb Ab C7b13
7th sharp 13 C7(#13) C E G Bb A# C7#13
minor 7th add 4 Cm7(add4) C Eb F G Bb Cm7add4
minor 7th add 13 Cm7(13) C Eb G Bb A Cm713
Major 7th sharp 11 Cmaj7(#11)) C E G B F# Cmaj7#11

6 notes chords

Dominant 11 chords

Chord name input in Flat notes Appearance
Dominant 11th C11 C E G Bb D F C11
minor 11th Cm11 C Eb G Bb D F Cm11
Major 11th Cmaj11 C E G B D F Cmaj11
minor 11th flat 5 Cm11(b5) C Eb Gb Bb D F Cm11b5

Other chords

Chord name input in Flat notes Appearance
Major 7th sharp 9 sharp 11 Cmaj7(#9#11) C E G B D# F# Cmaj7#9#11
Major 7th sharp 9 flat 13 Cmaj7(#9b13) C E G B D# Ab Cmaj7#9b13
Dominant 9th sharp 11 C9(#11) C E G Bb D F# C9#11
Dominant 9th flat 13 C9(b13) C E G Bb D A# C9b13
Dominant 9th sus 4 add 13 C9(sus4,13) C F G Bb D A C9sus413
Major 9th sharp 11 Cmaj9(#11) C E G B D F# Cmaj9#11

7 notes chords

Dominant 13 chords

Chord name input in Flat notes Appearance
Dominant 13th C13 C E G Bb D F A C13
minor 13th Cm13 C Eb G Bb D F A Cm13
Major 13th Cmaj13 C E G B D F A Cmaj13
Dominant 13th flat 5 C13(b5) C E Gb Bb D F A C13b5
Dominant 13th sharp 11 C13(#11) C E G Bb D F# A C13#11
Dominant 13th sharp 5 sharp 9 C13(#5#9) C E G# Bb D# F A  
Major 13th flat 5 Cmaj13(b5) C E Gb B D F A Cmaj13b5

Alternate

You need to type alt if you want the chord to be alternate. For instance: C7alt C7alt

Bass inversion

When you have a bass inversion, you can write a /, then the bass in the same way you have been inputting the root. For instance: C/E, or C#/E#. Bass inversions

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