#1
I made this nice sounding riff, it's basically an arpeggio of the F#minor chord (barred). I want to know how can I tell what key is it in, that way I can come up with a good chord progression. How do I figure out the chord progression by the way?
#3
Quote by LedZepFan2000
I made this nice sounding riff, it's basically an arpeggio of the F#minor chord (barred). I want to know how can I tell what key is it in, that way I can come up with a good chord progression. How do I figure out the chord progression by the way?


you are going to need three rubber bands, a bucket of glue, and the nearest fried chicken franchise....
#4
Quote by LedZepFan2000
I made this nice sounding riff, it's basically an arpeggio of the F#minor chord (barred). I want to know how can I tell what key is it in, that way I can come up with a good chord progression. How do I figure out the chord progression by the way?



What are the chords being used?
#6
Often, if you are blessed with much musical experience, say at least 10 years or so, you can naturally determine if the arpeggios are correct or not, as I do. This technique also helps you keep certain pitches in tune. But if you don't have a lot of musical experience, then music theory will help WONDERS.
#7
Well it's in F# minor or A major and if you know your scales then you can write a chord sequence based on the scale