#1
Hey guys, I've got this little progression that I've made up and it sounds really nice to my ears, but I can't seem to figure out what key it's in and what the progression is in theory terms.

Fmaj7 - Gmaj7 - Fmaj7 - Cmaj7 - Fmaj7

I was thinking that it was in the key of G, but having the song start on a flat seventh just seems weird. Could it be in the key of F with Gmaj7 chord having an F# out of key and the Cmaj7 with a B natural out of key?
#4
Quote by grampastumpy
I'd have to go with C major(F lydian if you want, I wouldn't call it that though), with an accidental F#.


Yeah, he plays that Gmaj7 only once.
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#5
It seems to resolve to F, making it closer to F lydian than anything. You could probably avoid a bit of dissonance by changing that Gmaj7 to a G7.
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