#1
when composing a song, what is the formula for determining which chords will suit the sound of a scale. For example, what chords fit the g minor pentatonic scale?
#2
I'm guessing based on the Circle of 5ths chart:

I-IV-V chord formula would be G-C-D?
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#4
Almost anything that fall in the scale: Gm, A#m, Cm, Dm...

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#5
chords in the key of g minor
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#6
thanks guys, is there a formula though? I know for a major scale the formula is : 1st note - maj or maj7, 2nd - min or min7, 3 - min or min7, 4 - maj or maj7, 5 - maj or dom 7, 6 min or min7, 7 - dim or min7, 8 maj or maj7 (octave).... im just wondering if there is a similar forumla that applies to the minor pentatonic shape?
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#7
im not neccessarily looking for any specific sound, im just wondering what chords are available for me to use in the key of g minor, as i will be using licks composed from g minor pentatoic