Each chord has a unique pattern. As in scales, chord patterns can be described as a sequence of intervals. Each interval represents the distance of a note in the chord from the 1st note, also called 'bass note', or 'Root'.
For example, a Major chord is made of 3 intervals: Unison (representing the Root), Major 3rd & Perfect 5th.
Listen to Major chord's intervals:
Chords can be grouped by how many notes they consist of:
Use the Chord Player tool to listen and become familiar with chords and their patterns.