#1
I'm have created a song in the key of E Major but I have questions about the chord progressions in it. My verses go A, B, F#min, G#min, . Please correct me if I'm wrong but that makes it a V, VI, II, IV, VI, right? My chorus chords are B, A, C#min, B, A, E resolving my chorus on the tonic.

When writing chord progressions, does each one have to resolve on the tonic?
#2
Lol

Sometimes I really wonder how people these days look up to music.

No offense; but it doesn't matter what u resolve on, unless it's in a context with something like a Mode or a certain musical idea.

Music is the limit.

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#3
Your verse can resolve one place in one key or mode and you can modulate to a relative key or mode for the verses. I.E. they can each resolve to a separate place.
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#4
I'm sorry if that was a mess of a question but I was curious. I guess I should learn not to guess myself
#5
Quote by 20Tigers
Your verse can resolve one place in one key or mode and you can modulate to a relative key or mode for the verses. I.E. they can each resolve to a separate place.


thanks tigers, all I needed