***EDIT - Unless someone finds a glaring mistake, I’m going to consider this the final edit. Because there are literally thousands of drawing objects in the document, it took 30 minutes just to edit a few lines of text. If I do any more of these, I’m going to try Photoshop.
This revision replaces “Inversion” with “Position.” I also removed X, Y, and Bar position names from the minor and 7th pages since I realized they don’t really make sense there.
BanjoCombinedChordInversions.pdf (318.3 KB)
Also, here’s the Excel Spreadsheet that shows randomized chord names timed to the change speed of your choosing. You’ll need MS Excel and you’ll have to enable macros when you open it.
ChordRandomizer.xlsm (15.4 KB)
So, to my surprise, I couldn’t find anything like this available online. (Of course, watch someone show me where to find it on this site )
Anyway, this ended up taking WAY longer to create than I thought. My plan is to make additional pages for minor, 7th, and eventually other chord variations. I may be more inclined to spend the time if others find this page of major chords useful.
Let me know if you find it useful, and more importantly, if you have any recommendations on improving it. Also, if you could double check it for mistakes, that’d be awesome!
BanjoChordInversions.pdf (217.4 KB)