Tip Of The Day

 See Yesterday’s Tip… 6 chords are easy in that you simply lower the 7th down to the 6th and determine if you want the major or minor tonality (major 3rd or minor 3rd); HOWEVER, you must observe the rule for ’minor 6’ chords-- Thinking in terms of key signature, the 6th is ALWAYS raised ½ step for the m6. For example, the key of C minor has three flats- Bb--Eb--and Ab, however the C minor 6 chord  (Cm6) is spelled -  C  Eb  G  A natural, not A flat!!