Now another thing we learned was a major triad and a minor triad. These were the first chords we learned. And we're gonna get those chords right from the major scale. Here's our major scale. [MUSIC] Our major triad will be the root, which is the first degree on the scale, the third, which is the third degree of the scale, the fifth, which is the fifth degree of the scale. There's your major triad. In this case, this would be c-major triad. The one chord in the key of C. Why do I call it the one chord? Because it's built upon the first three of the scale. [SOUND] If we did the four major triad in the key of C, that would be built on the fourth degree of the scale. [MUSIC] F. [MUSIC] One, three, five, in the key of F. F major triad. C major triad. F major triad. If we build the major triad on the fifth degree of the scale, that would be on G. So we have the root, the third, the fifth. One, three, five in the key of G. The five major triad, G major. So one, four, five, and of course we remember that these three chords are synonymous with so many songs. One chord, four chord, five chord. [MUSIC] The major triad. Now another triad we talked about was the minor triad. The minor triad, is basically the major triad with a flatted third. We take the third and we go down a half step. [SOUND] And now it's flat. [SOUND] Slightly darker sound. [MUSIC] If we base it upon the fourth degree of the scale, which is F. You have a F3. You're flat to third [SOUND]. Go to A flat [SOUND]. And the C, 5 [SOUND] F-minor triad. [MUSIC] C-minor triad. F-minor triad. C-minor triad. F-minor triad. We can also base that triad upon the fifth degree of the scale. Fifth degree of C scale is G [SOUND]. 1, 3, 5, flat 3. [MUSIC] Now you have G minor triad. F minor triad, C minor triad, C minor triad. So we have major triads, minor triads, major triads [SOUND] a nice bright sound minor triads [SOUND] a little bit darker. Major triads minor triads. Now, another chord that we dealt with was the major seventh chord. The major seventh chord is constructed one [SOUND], three [SOUND], five [SOUND], which is the major triad. And then you'll add the seventh degree of the scale [SOUND], which is B natural. Seventh degree of the scale. The one, three, five, seven, that's your major seven chord. In this case, it's C major seven. [MUSIC] If we built that same major seven chord on the fourth degree we would have F major seven. [MUSIC] F major seven, C major seven. [MUSIC] Now these are chords that are right now in root position. What is root position? [SOUND] And they follow the sequential order, one, three, five, seven. Now if I wanted to change the position or change the inversion, in this case we'll call it a different position, what I'm gonna do is I'm gonna take the seventh degree and put it down here. [SOUND] So now you have seven, root, third, fifth and then I will take the root and I will put it in the base. [SOUND] So now you have root in the base, the seventh, the third, and the fifth. This is also a C major seven chord. Only it is voiced a little bit differently. C major seven. [MUSIC] C major 7. C major 7. I kinda like this voicing. Like to call it the 735 voicing. If we build that same chord on F, root, seventh degree of F, the third, fifth. [MUSIC] F major 7, one easy to find F major 7 or nearly any major 7 is take the major triad, and just move the root down a half step and put the root in the bass. So we have one, seven, three, five. [MUSIC] F major seven. One, seven, three, five, C major seven. C major. F major. [MUSIC] Now, another kind of dominant chord we talked about was the dominant seventh chord. That major seventh chord, as you know, is one, three, five, and seven. To make it a dominant seventh chord, you simply flat the seventh. You go from the B to the B-flat. Now you have a dominant seventh chord. C dominant seven in chord again, if built it on the fourth degree F, A, C, use your major seven to make it a dominant then simply flat it. F dominant seven chord. C dominant seven, F dominant 7. Now, if you use the voicing that we talked about with the major seven chords, it was the 735? Same thing applies here, seven, three, five. Still C dominant 7. [MUSIC] F dominant seven, root flat seven, three, five, F dominant seven. [MUSIC] One, C7, four- [MUSIC] F7. [MUSIC] The dominant seventh chords. So, those are basically the chords that we learned in this course. Major triads, minor triads, major 7's, dominant 7's.