The intervals in the C#m6 chord are Root, Minor Third, Perfect Fifth, and Major Sixth
This chord is also known as:
- C# Minor Sixth
- C# Minor 6
- C# Min 6
The notes of this chord are C#, E, G#, and A#
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Notes in the C# m6 chord:
C# E G# A#
Tones in the Minor Sixth chord:
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