Intervals, Tones, and Chord

by Samuel Kurnianta , at 1:16 AM , have 0 comments
The interval is the distance between two tones. There bnayak interval size that can be used to form a major scale. There are many different types of scales, and everything is based on the interval.

Sizes varying intervals will provide not only voice sounded different but, it also gives a different impression. To measure intervals mixed tones can be perceived fit (consonant). But the mix of other tunes can be heard less suitable (dissonant).

The combination of consonant and dissonant indispensable in music. Music that only contained consonant sounds soft and tender. Giving dissonant colors in music making.

Here is a table of the size of the interval (in semiton), name, and a brief description.
size of the interval

The name and size of the interval above is very important, especially when making a chord. There are many types of chord, and each is based on a unique formula of combination tone interval. Each interval disukur from the initial tone (tones) of the chord type to be developed.

For example:
When creating a D chord, then D is calculated as ringing tones initial (basic) in the calculation interval.

Intervals of the type constructed from the basic tone is known as the (degree). Naming this level is similar to the name of the interval, but the level is more often used as a short penullisannya.

Here's a list naming and equivalent level intervals and interval size:

naming interval

These levels are very important in the preparation of a chord, as in making a major chord, the tone required of levels 1, 3, and 5 of the C major scales.
Samuel Kurnianta
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