Chord Change Formula 4 Gender Method

 Chord Change Formula  4 Gender Method

How to use Chord Change Formula 4 Gender Method to change chords

Chord Change Formula 4 Gender Method

Rockmaster Piano Chords By Gender

 Chord Change Formula 4 Gender Method

 Chords by Gender

Piano chords have gender and you can use the chord gender to assist you with chord changes.

There are eight shapes for piano chords (triads), three are male, three are female and two are neuter (neutral).

Formula-4 F2

Male I Chord

When the I chord is male the IV and V chords (the other two major chords) are also male,
except
D major where the IV chord is neuter, and
B major where the V chord is neuter.

When the I chord is male, the IV and V chords (the other two major chords) are also male.
The minor chords – II, III and VI are female, except
D major where the IIm chord is neuter (n1). and
B major where the IIIm chord is neuter (n2).

Female I Chord

When the I chord is female, the IV and V chords (the other two major chords) are also female,
except
Bb major where the V chord is neuter,
and
Db major where the IV chord is neuter.

When the I chord is female, the IV and V chords (the other two major chords) are also female.
The minor chords – II, III and Vi are male
except
Bb major where the IIIm is neuter (n1)
and
Db where the IIm is neuter (n2).

Neuter I Chord

There are five keys with neuter I chord, C, G, F, F#, Gb.
In the keys of C major all the chords are neuter (n1).
In the key of G major the chords are neuter (n1) except III (f3), V (m1) and VII (f2).
In the key of F major the chords are neutor (n1) except II (m1) , IV (f2) and VII (f3).
In the key of F# major the chords are irregular but you probably will not be using them much anyway.
In the key of Gb major the chords are irregular but you probably will not be using them much anyway.

Diminished Chords

The VII dim. chord can be male, female, or neuter.

All Diatonic Chords

Formula-4 F3

Formula-4 F4

 

Chord Changing Methods

Chord Change Formula 4 Gender Method