#1
Hi everyone, I'm writing a song at the moment that is in a D major scale and ive just come up with another short song that would fit perfectly at the end of it. However it is in a complete differant scale (Em).

I was wondering if anyone would be able to help me join these two parts together to make it sound ok.

Thanks!!!
#2
Sounds like you think this could get complicated. Have you tried just going for it and seeing if it works?
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#3
A spider AND an MG?
ouchhh man.

but on topic,
i cant help you.
just play around with the two scales
just give me a fender and let me rip
#4
Is it possible to change the D major one to G? Or the Em to Bm? Either one of those would make them sound better next to each other.
#5
Maybe you could try transposing the second one into Bm, (up 7 half steps, or down 5), or the first one into G (up 5 half steps, or down 7).

Or, you could even transpose both of them into something neutral like Bb and Gm.

The way this works, is in each of these examples, I use a pair of relative majors and minors, which have the same notes, but resolve on different notes.
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