In Episode number 16 of Chord of the Month, we're going to be learning how to play a voicing for a half diminished chord, also known as a minor 7 flat 5.
This voicing contains the 9 and 11 so it's technically a m11b5 chord, but you can use this for any m7b5 or any half diminished chord you see.
The half diminished chord is found everywhere in jazz as well as other similar genres such as neo-soul and blues. If you're into this kind of music, then you should definitely add this voicing to your library.
- See the voicing be used in context
- Learn how to construct the voicing step-by-step
- Practice constructing it in a few different keys