Ex­am­plE1D–1E TRI­TONE har­monic con­ver­sion

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1d. Tri­tone har­monic con­ver­sion – G7#5 9 to D 9

G7#5b9 G-F-B-D#-Ab Here you can see the chord: (R- 7-3-#5- 9). Move the

Db9: Db-F-B-Eb-Ab (R-3-b7-9-5). rooEt up a tri­tone and the chord be­comes a Here the II-V-I would be Dm7-G7#5 9-Cmaj7; then with tri­tone substitution, DmD7-Db9-Cmaj7. 1e. Tri­tone har­monic con­ver­sion – G7#5 to D 9#11 Here you can see the G7#5 chord: G-F-B-D#-G (R- 7-3-#5-R). Move the root up a tri­tone and the chord be­comes D 9#11: D -F-B-E-A (R-3-b7-#9-#5). HeGre the II-V-I would be Dm7-G7#51-C0­maj7; with tri­tone substitution, Dm7-D 9#11-Cmaj7.

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