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  1. My prefix is a basic food in a western romance language
  2. My infix is an ancient God, and if you write it 10 times with no spaces in Google you can find some videos in youtube with exact name
  3. My suffix is an anagram of a music chord acronym (by this I mean the full chord as written in a tab, not the alteration alone)
  4. Change one phoneme in me and I become the anagram of a muscle
  5. Remove one letter from me and I become the anagram of some kind of visual representation
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  • $\begingroup$ I know the infix, and I'm fairly sure I know the muscle, and maybe the visual representation, but that's still not enough to figure out the word ... $\endgroup$ – Rand al'Thor Feb 22 at 17:29
  • $\begingroup$ If you knew the muscle and the infix I think you'd already knew the answer. Indeed, I think knowing for sure 1/2 out of the 5 clues, unveils automatically the rest. The most difficult is 1, but at the same time is the easiest since you can get by heuristic $\endgroup$ – user65573 Feb 22 at 19:57
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I am quite certain you are a

paradigm

  1. My prefix is a basic food in a western romance language

Para stands for pear in Romanian.

  1. My infix is an ancient God, and if you write it 10 times with no spaces in Google you can find some videos in youtube with exact name

Ra, an ancient Egyptian God.

  1. My suffix is an anagram of a music chord acronym

Gdim is a music chord.

  1. Change one phoneme in me and I become the anagram of a muscle

paradigm $\to$ diapragm $\to$ diaphragm if phoneme /p/ is replaced with /f/

  1. Remove one letter from me and I become the anagram of some kind of visual representation

The word paradigm becomes diagram by removing the letter p

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  • $\begingroup$ Amazing! The prefix is "pa" which stands for bread in catalan language $\endgroup$ – user65573 Mar 2 at 11:44
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You are

Pyramid.

My prefix is a basic food in a western romance language

Pie. There are few things as American as apple pie. Sounds like Py.

My infix is an ancient God, and if you write it 10 times with no spaces in Google you can find some videos in youtube with exact name

Ra was the ancient Egyptian deity of the sun, order, kings, and the sky.

My suffix is an anagram of a music chord acronym

Dim is a symbol used for notating chords that indicates a diminished chord. Anagram of mid.

Change one phoneme in me and I become the anagram of a muscle

The pyramidalis muscle is a small triangular muscle contained in the rectus sheath.

Remove one letter from me and I become the anagram of some kind of visual representation

Myriad is most commonly used to mean some large but unspecified number. Anagram of yramid.

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  • $\begingroup$ This isn't very convincing. English isn't a Romance language; you aren't "Chang[ing] one phoneme" to get the muscle; and a large but unspecified number isn't "some kind of visual representation". $\endgroup$ – Rand al'Thor Feb 22 at 18:36
  • $\begingroup$ Unfortunately @Rand al'Thor is right. But your attempt is not absolutely far from the answer $\endgroup$ – user65573 Feb 22 at 19:55

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