Whether it be understanding chord configurations or the vast sea of musical scales, music theory can definitely become baffling. Similar to a written language in which the connections between letters form words, the musical alphabet from notes A to G have their own set of relationships, forming a myriad of scales and chords.
There are many visual models that help us understand musical note relationships, and one of these, brought to our attention by redditor 4plus1, is the Tonnetz. As you can see in the picture below, the Tonnetz is a lattice diagram that displays the intervals of perfect 5ths, major 3rds and minor 3rds throughout the chromatic scale.
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