Getting a grasp on how piano chords are built is necessary for anyone planning to start learning music production.
This quick and easy guide is meant for new pianists and electronic music producers.
The minor chord can be formed by stacking the root, minor third and perfect fifth note.
On the other hand, the major chord can be formed by stacking the root, major third and perfect fifth.
The main point of difference between the major triad chord and minor triad chord is the second note, which is either a major third or minor third.
The second note is the one that gives the triad chord its “sound”.
The below image shows the different types of chord and how to form them.