#1
Can some one please tell me what key this is in?

E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E
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--6-----6--6--6-----6--6--|--5--5-----5-----5--5--5--|
--7-----7--7--7-----7--7--|--7--7-----7-----7--7--7--|
--0-----0--0--0-----0--0--|--0--0-----0-----0--0--0--|
--------------------------|--------------------------|
--------------------------|--------------------------|


E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E E
--------------------------|--------------------------|
--6--6-----6--6--6-----6--|--8--8-----8--8-----8--8--|
--7--7-----7--7--7-----7--|--7--7-----7--7-----7--7--|
--0--0-----0--0--0-----0--|--0--0-----0--0-----0--0--|
--------------------------|--------------------------|
--------------------------|--------------------------|

Sorry if my pasting didn't work out properly, any help is much appreciated.
#4
I'll wait for confirmation :P
Or I can enie menie miney mo it...
#7
well its Certainly not in C major...

it could be D dorian though...

so either D dorian or D aeolian
#9
You could say any mode with this, seeing as theyre jsut degrees of a scale, like this song would have:
C ionian
D dorian
E phrydgian
F lydian
G mixilydian
A aeolian
B locrian

could use any of them if i am not mistaken.
#10
Quote by Last_Serenade
You could say any mode with this, seeing as theyre jsut degrees of a scale, like this song would have:
C ionian
D dorian
E phrydgian
F lydian
G mixilydian
A aeolian
B locrian

could use any of them if i am not mistaken.

it's not in the key of C! and you spelled phrygian and mixolydian wrong.
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#12
^But you wouldnt.

There's 2 D's being played in every single chord there (so there not even techinically chords.. considering you need 3 DIFFERENT notes.. anyway so you can safely assume that its a "D" Key, wether dorian, aeolian, etc.

I find tho, if its a "non major/minor" (out of hte ordinary) riff, then it usually encompasses some of the differences in the Key, so like when you Have a song in a Mixolydian Key, it SHOULD encompass the b7 to stress that. Thats why i think this is D Minor.
#13
It's D minor. The chords can be interpreted a few different ways but the most common would be Dm - Dsus2 - Dm - G5/D so it's D minor, the pedal D and the F is a dead give-away.