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Alright, so D sharp major 7 or E flat major 7. They're the same chord, we're going to do the same processes before. We're going to take an E major 7 shape, change that around so I have my first finger free. And then in order to get to D sharp I have to go all the way up to the 11th fret. So my barre is at the 11th fret and then here I have that E major 7 shape, but since we're at the 11th fret, it's turned now into D sharp major 7 or E flat major 7, as a barre chord. And then, we can also do the same thing with an A major shape. Here it is as an open form. I'm just going to adjust that so my first finger is free, and then I'm going to move that to the 6th fret. That's where D sharp is, or E flat. So here we are, I have the barre at the 6th, I have the A major 7 shape: D sharp major 7 or E flat major 7 as a barre chord.