#1
Would anyone know what key this progression is in?

Dm/A, Em/G, A#no5


Sorry in advance for the repetitive-ness....
Last edited by The_Musician321 at Oct 9, 2012,
#2
Qm with a sharp 7.5
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#3
That looks like the key of C, with a borrowed A# (or Bb) from it's parallel minor.
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Qm with a sharp 7.5



Oh that sounds like a scale I've heard of.

It's called go **** yourself.


To the person that was actually helpful.... Thanks for the help. Again sorry for the noob question.
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i think king was far more helpful in his answer we're holding TS in trial to determine the legitimacy of his reasoning facilities
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#7
Quote by The_Musician321
Would anyone know what key this progression is in?

Dm/A, Em/G, A#no5


Sorry in advance for the repetitive-ness....

Is there more context?

Other chords, song, time signature, rhythm?
#8
Quote by mdc
Is there more context?

Other chords, song, time signature, rhythm?



No song that's been put out. This is just a section of something I'm working on. I've tried to work out the key myself but the chords are kind of wierd so I needed help.


Let me make a correction. It's Dm/A, E5, Em/G, A#no5. And meter is 4/4.
#9
^^^ The other parts you're working on, do they have chords?
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Quote by The_Musician321
No song that's been put out. This is just a section of something I'm working on. I've tried to work out the key myself but the chords are kind of wierd so I needed help.


Let me make a correction. It's Dm/A, E5, Em/G, A#no5. And meter is 4/4.

Ok so I'll guess how you voice these... one chord per bar in 4/4 I'll assume
1---0-
3---0-
2---0-
--2---8
0-2---5
--0-3-6


It resolves to D Minor. The E chord's aren't diatonic, though. Label A#no5 as Bb also.
#11
Ok let me go ahead and just tab it out. Probably would have been more helpful in the beginning.


Dm/A E5 Em/G Bbno5
e----------------------------------
b----------------------------------
G---------------------------------
D--3--------2----2---------------
A----5------2----2------5--------
E----5------0----3------6--------


That's the way I play the chords. It's in 4/4, and I play each chord once, play the root palm muted twice before playing moving to the next chord. Same way the main riff in Metallica - Orion is played.
#12
Quote by The_Musician321
Ok let me go ahead and just tab it out. Probably would have been more helpful in the beginning.


Dm/A E5 Em/G Bbno5
e----------------------------------
b----------------------------------
G---------------------------------
D--3--------2----2---------------
A----5------2----2------5--------
E----5------0----3------6--------


That's the way I play the chords. It's in 4/4, and I play each chord once, play the root palm muted twice before playing moving to the next chord. Same way the main riff in Metallica - Orion is played.

D Minor. Listen to how it resolves... back to D minor every time. After you play Bb, hit a Dm chord and just sustain it... you can hear that it sounds finished (resolved) on Dm.
Last edited by mdc at Oct 10, 2012,
#13
Ok I appreciate the help with this one of hundreds of the "what key is this progression" threads.

I'm trying to figure out a decent scale to use with this progression and being sure about the key is a big help. I was playing a E Lydian Diminished which sounded ok at some points, but something about it overall just didn't sound right.
#14
Quote by The_Musician321
I was playing a E Lydian Diminished which sounded ok at some points, but something about it overall just didn't sound right.

D Minor scale, dude.