This interactive chart highlights pitches that are common between different chords. Pitches are relative to the major (Ionian) scale. Consider a simple C minor chord: the relevant pitches are C, E♭ and G. Try clicking on table below to see how common pitches change between different chords.
♭- indicates the flatted version of (e.g. half-step down)
♭♭- indicates double-flatted version (e.g. whole-step down)
#- indicates the sharped version of (e.g. half-step up)