The intervals composing the Am7b5 chord are Root, Minor Third, diminished Fifth, and Minor Seventh
This chord is also spelled in the following ways:
- A Minor Seventh Flat Five
- A Half-diminished Seventh
- A Half-diminished 7
- A Ø7
- A M7-5
- A Min7-5
This chord is composed of the notes A, C, Eb, and G
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Notes in the A m7b5 chord:
A C Eb G
How the Minor Seventh Flat five chord is built:
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