Jazzity is a knowledge engine for students of jazz.
What is Jazzity?
Explore Chord/Scale/Voicing Relationships
Jazzity extensively understands chords, scales, and voicings. Learn and explore these relationships, and see them plotted in staff notation.
Analyze a Note Sequence
Search for a list of notes separated by commas, and Jazzity will analyze your input against it's knowledge of chords, scales, and progressions.
Explore & Track Jazz Tunes
Jazzity's database of jazz standards connects you with the tunes you know and love.
So, how is this done?
The core of Jazzity is a mathematical model of jazz theory, allowing us to fully analyze - in real time - your input, sort of like Wolfram Alpha, but specific to Jazz!
Ab Half-Whole Scale
Mode of The Diminished Scale
The diminished scale alternatives whole steps and half steps to produce a symmetric scale with some interesting attributes.
G Dominant #11 Chord
C, E, G, Bb, F#
G7#11 (Also: Glyd7, Glydiandom)
M3, m3, m3, #5
Db Phrygian Chord
C, Db, Eb, G, Ab
Dbphryg (Also: Dbminb2, Dbmb2, Dbminorb2, Dbphrygian, Dbsusb9)
m2, 2, M3, m2
The D Bebop Scale
The bebop scale introduces a passing tone 7th to the major scale, resulting in an 8-note scale that fits well with typical even meters.
Gb Dominant 9 Chord
C, E, G, Bb, D
Gb9 (Also: Gbdom9)
M3, m3, m3, M3