#1
hi, i came up with a couple chords last night which i think sound pretty nice together but as a scale dont seem to make sense. i was wondering if anyone could offer any input as to whether or not im the only person in the world who this sounds nice to or if its actually a scale just with an accidental thrown in?
cheers

it's on my profile under 'what key'

chords - Cmaj-Cb-Am-Em-Fmaj-Ab-Gmaj
#2
You're in the key of C Major. The Ab is your accidental. The Ab makes it harmonic minor in A.

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Last edited by RisingForce1990 at Jul 27, 2010,
#4
No problem. Can't wait to hear what you do with it.

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#6
Keep at it man. Just keep improvising over your backing track and you'll come up with something. Since it starts in C major, maybe try soloing in A natural minor.

You, good sir, have not gone over to your friends house after a hard night of drinking to find 2 dudes passed out in the same room both holding their own flaccid cocks in hand, passed out, with porn on the tv.
#7
Am I the only person who never heard of a Cb chord? I don't think it exists there is no note between b and c.

I was thinking you might mean C with a B root note? As in C/B.
Last edited by primal100 at Jul 28, 2010,
#8
Cb is B, it's redundant, yes, but it can be called that.

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#10
Quote by primal100
Am I the only person who never heard of a Cb chord?


Yes, you're the only one. Seriously though, for most people a Cb is a non-issue since we're dealing with tempered intonation these days. For the crazier composers of classical music it matters since they still consider the overtone scale the supreme be-all-end-all and then a Cb is decidedly different from a B.
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