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22 EDO contains a huge wealth of harmonic sonorities for a curious musician to explore. Besides normal major and minor, 22 EDO features a nice amount of 7-limit and 11-limit chords.

Triads

22 EDO contains many possibilities for triads, this list is by no means an exhaustive one, but it highlights some common and interesting one's.
Major
M3, P5
0-381-709
M, Maj

Minor
m3, P5
0-327-709
m, min, -

SuperMajor
S3, P5
0-436-709
S, Sup, ^

SubMinor
s3, P5
0-272-709
s, Sub, v

Magical
m3, m5
0-327-654
mag, *

Tiny
s3, t5
0-272-545
t

Giant
S3, G5
0-436-872
G

Seventh Chords

While triads show promise, the real fun is tetrads in 22 EDO. There are a wealth of interesting sonorities by a variety of four note tertian based chords.
Major Seventh
M3, P5, M7
000-381-709-1090
Maj7, M7

Minor Seventh
m3, P5, m7
000-327-709-1036
min7, m7, -7

Super Seventh
S3, P5, S7
000-436-709-1145
Sup7, S7,^7

Sub Seventh
s3, P5, s7
000-272-709-981
Sub7, s7

Magical Seventh
m3, m5, s7
000-327-654-981
Mag7, *7

Major Super seventh
M7, P5, S7
000-381-709-1145
MS7, M^7

Minor Sub Seventh
m7, P5, s7
000-327-809-981
ms7

Super Minor Seventh
S3, P5, m7
000-436-709-1036
Sm7

Sub Major Seventh
s3, P5, M7
000-272-709-1090
sM7

Super Sub Seventh
S3, P5, s7
000-436-709-981
Ss7, Supsub7

Harmonic Seventh
M3, P5, s7
000-381-709-981
Harm7, H7

Tiny seventh
s3, t5, t7
000-272-545-818
t7

Giant Sixth
S3, G5, G6
000-436-872-1145
G6

Harmonic Minor Sixth
m3, P5, S6
000-327-709-927
Hm6


see also