Tutorial 11: The family TIC of inverse-complementary chords.


An inverse-complementary chord is a chord such that its inverse and its complementary have the same intervallic structures. As in the case of self-complementary chords, when the octave is divided in 12 parts, only 6-chords can be inverse-complementary.




Only 6 chords are in the same time self-complementary, self-inverse and inverse-complementary.