Fully Diminished 7th Studies

The fully diminished 7th chord is an oddity in music.  It sort of sounds like an oddity too.  Made completely out of minor 3rd intervals (1 & 1/2 steps), it exactly divides the octave into four equal parts, so that any one of the notes could be called and used as its tonic.

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2 Responses to Fully Diminished 7th Studies

  1. joseph cosmos September 22, 2014 at 5:23 am #

    Extremely upset. I don’t understand. I purchased the full access subscription. You know the one for thirty bucks a month. Why can’t I listen to and try to learn this lesson. When clicking on the audio lesson it say blocked. Why I’m I blocked? I’m I lame? Did I get the wrong the subscription? Do I need a cool hat? Is there a secret handshake? Is this some kind of club? Is there a rule in this club stating you can’t talk about said club? So far extremely extremely aggravated with this whole set up. Can someone any one please help?
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    • fiddlejamman January 5, 2015 at 9:46 pm #

      Think we fixed this. There was a problem with confirming joe’s email… “cool hat” ! I like that!

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