Cm add(4) - Chord Namer results for notes: C Eb F

Our chord namer knows how to name any chord. It uses a recursive and complex set of rules to analyze the relationship among note intervals. It also explains why that name is the correct name for the chord.

If you want to input note positions on guitar frets use our Guitar Chord Namer. For a piano key chord namer use our Piano Chord Namer.

Chord Namer Inputs

Select Notes:
that your chord must have
   C   C#   Db   D   D#   Eb   E   F   F#   Gb   G   G#   Ab   A   A#   Bb   B

Chord Key and Inversion:
    Key:         Lowest pitch note (inversion):  


Main result: Cm add(4)
Cm add(4) Guitar fingerings and chord details.
Piano Cm add(4) and other chord details.
minor chord: chord has minor third (R + m3)
has no 5th: assuming implicit perfect 5th (R´+ 5)
add degrees that do not fit in the chord structure: add(4)

Why we developed the Chord Namer ...

Listening to good music can be an experience. Music lovers and composers share a love for the effect music has on people. Some music composers approach that sensation with a different perspective. Why? For the simple fact, musicians understand the mechanics behind the beauty be of great music. This statement is true especially when they know how to create music. A good term to describe this is scenario would be “The magic is in the mystery.” For beginner and Masters alike, it's important to have a guide to help composers create musical pieces. Musicians need help putting it the desired end into perspective. A useful tool that will help is the Ultimate Chord Identifier (Reverse Chord Finder).

Check our Chord Identifier tool also.

The Ultimate Chord Finder makes musicians job easier for creating music that will better the listener’s experience. Use the Chord Identifier, we hope you enjoy it!