Chord Inversions: Root Position, First Inversion, Second Inversion


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Any chord can be turned upside down simply by taking the bottom note of the chord and putting it on top – an octave higher. There are 3 positions of any 3-note chord (triad): root position, 1st inversion, and 2nd inversion. Watch this short video and you’ll grasp it quickly:

For more information on inversions click on Chords UpSide Down

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