#1
I'm not sure what the names of these are....I was just playing and they sounded good so I stuck with them but I can't think of any other chords to continue this, the sound is supposed to be mellow/sad, played in a moderate/slow tempo.

|---4--4-4-4-4444---1----1---1--1---x------------6-6-6-6666-----------|
|---6--6-6-6-6666---1----1---1--1---x-x-----6---6-6-6-6666-----------|
|---5--5-5-5-5555---1----1---1--1---x-x-----6---6-6-6-6666-----------|
|---6--6-6-6-6666---3----3---3--3---x-x-----6---6-6-6-6666-----------|
|---4--4-4-4-4444---3----3---3--3---x-x-----4---4-4-4-4444-----------|
|---4--4-4-4-4444---1----1---1--1---x-x-----------------------------------|

I'm sorry I don't know much about keys and complimentary chords and roots and such, I am trying to find a teacher at the moment.
#2
C#Maj7 Fm C#Maj

That's what you're playing;

I suggest an A#Minor or a B Major

-6--7----------------------
-6--7----------------------
-6--7----------------------
-8--9-----------------------
-8--9-----------------------
-6--7-------------------
Last edited by Jeno Webb at Jun 25, 2007,
#3
The first chord is G#6add11, the second chord is F minor, the third is Fm major 7th.
#4
Quote by Funky M0nk
I'm not sure what the names of these are....I was just playing and they sounded good so I stuck with them but I can't think of any other chords to continue this, the sound is supposed to be mellow/sad, played in a moderate/slow tempo.

|---4--4-4-4-4444---1----1---1--1---x------------6-6-6-6666-----------|
|---6--6-6-6-6666---1----1---1--1---x-x-----6---6-6-6-6666-----------|
|---5--5-5-5-5555---1----1---1--1---x-x-----6---6-6-6-6666-----------|
|---6--6-6-6-6666---3----3---3--3---x-x-----6---6-6-6-6666-----------|
|---4--4-4-4-4444---3----3---3--3---x-x-----4---4-4-4-4444-----------|
|---4--4-4-4-4444---1----1---1--1---x-x-----------------------------------|

I'm sorry I don't know much about keys and complimentary chords and roots and such, I am trying to find a teacher at the moment.


You've got... C#maj7/G# to E# minor, to C# major.

So I'd say your little progression is in C# major. I can't really tell you where to go next, I don't have an instrument nearby, but I can give you some possible chords to include:

D#m7
F#maj7
G#7 (To add some tension)
A#m (Relative minor of C#, will sound great after a C#, and make it sound more sad)

Watch how you use these three:
B#dim7
C#aug
E#7
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Last edited by Muphin at Jun 25, 2007,
#5
Quote by Funky M0nk
I'm not sure what the names of these are....I was just playing and they sounded good so I stuck with them but I can't think of any other chords to continue this, the sound is supposed to be mellow/sad, played in a moderate/slow tempo.

|---4--4-4-4-4444---1----1---1--1---x------------6-6-6-6666-----------|
|---6--6-6-6-6666---1----1---1--1---x-x-----6---6-6-6-6666-----------|
|---5--5-5-5-5555---1----1---1--1---x-x-----6---6-6-6-6666-----------|
|---6--6-6-6-6666---3----3---3--3---x-x-----6---6-6-6-6666-----------|
|---4--4-4-4-4444---3----3---3--3---x-x-----4---4-4-4-4444-----------|
|---4--4-4-4-4444---1----1---1--1---x-x-----------------------------------|

I'm sorry I don't know much about keys and complimentary chords and roots and such, I am trying to find a teacher at the moment.


lol.

The first one is C#maj7, you could say C#maj7/G# but I'm just looking at the notes involved. The G# is the 5th of the chord so its included in the formula already.

Fm is the second on, pretty straight forward.

C# is the 3rd chord, then when you add the A# on top it becomes C#6.

Yup.