*WARNING* If you are not interested, or do not know anything about chords, you may as well stop reading now.
A few days ago I was playing around on my piano, testing out a few chord inversions and I made a little discovery about Diminished 7th chords.
I wrote down the notes of 4 of the 12 dimished chords. I found that all the dimished chords were tightly related to one another. This is the image I created.
As you can see from the image above, I have written out four Dimished 7th chords in a box form.
Each dimished 7th chord has 4 different inversions. Those 4 different inversions, in unison with the correct bass, it creates four different diminsihed chords.
The chord tonics are ringed in this next picture.
The final picture (below) shows you that the tonics are the same on both the "X and Y axis" (if you like)
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To everyone, best of luck in the future.