|Major||The buttons are arranged along the major scale.||
If the key is "C", it has the same configuration as the white key on a piano.
The zigzag pattern makes it very easy to play diatonic chord arpeggios.
|Natural Minor||A scale in which the 3rd, 6th, and 7th note of the major scale are lowered by a semitone.||A suitable layout for playing songs in minor.|
|Harmonic Minor||A scale in which the 3rd and 6th note of the major scale are lowered by a semitone.||A layout in which the 7th note of the natural minor is raised by 1 semitone so that it functions as a leading note.|
|Jazz Minor||A scale in which the 3rd of the major scale is lowered 1 semitone||A layout that raises the 6th note of the harmonic minor by 1 semitone to eliminate the gap with the 7th note.|
|Mixolydian||A scale in which the 7th note of the major scale is lowered by a semitone.||A suitable layout for playing blues melodies and arpeggios.|
|Blues||It is arranged along the blues scale.||A suitable layout for playing on a typical blues scale.|
|Blues Major||It is arranged along the major blues scale.||A suitable layout for playing on a major blues scale.|
Notation and various interval expressions.
|Notation||Musical Term||Interval Steps||Semitones|
|root name||Perfect Unison||0||0|
|m2||minor 2nd||1H (Half)||1|
|2||Major 2nd||1W (Whole)||2|
|m3||minor 3rd||1W + 1H||3|
|4||Perfect 4th||2W + 1H||5|
|+4 (-5)||Augmented 4th (Diminished 5th)||3W||6|
|5||Perfect 5th||3W + 1H||7|
|6||Major 6th||4W + 1H||9|
|7||Major 7th||5W + 1H||11|
Notation of each note constituting diatonic chord.
Tip: This can be a cheat sheet for the chord playing with "Interval" notation.
|Diatonic Chord||Base note||3rd note||5th note||6th note||7th note|