#1
Here is the Progression:

C5, D#5, F5, G5, D#5, F5, D5, D#5.

Here's the Notes:

C, G, D#, A, F, C, G, D, D, A

Omit the extras:

A, C, D, Eb, F, G

I think it might be in the Key of F major, am I right?
Last edited by Blckspawn at Aug 16, 2009,
#2
How did you come up with that? It's in C minor.

I suggest reading up on the lessons on musictheory.net.
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#3
Quote by 7even
How did you come up with that? It's in C minor.

I suggest reading up on the lessons on musictheory.net.


Cause it had one flat in it and C minor has 3 flats.
#4
F major has a Bb not a Eb. And obviously since you didn't play all the notes in key there could easily be more flats. Furthermore when deciding what key something is in you should find out what it resolves to, and use the other notes to find out if it's major or minor.
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#5
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Furthermore when deciding what key something is in you should find out what it resolves to, and use the other notes to find out if it's major or minor.


What do you mean?
#6
You find the key of something by figuring out what note it resolves to. Use the resisting notes to find out if it's major or minor.
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