#1
The Chords following are

Emadd9
Em (no 5th)
C add9

I could probably be in almost any minor key lol

I also fiddle around with A harmonic scale

well at least some of the notes are

b c d e f-
And we will weave in and out of sanity unnoticed
Swirling in blissfully restless visions of all our bleary progress
Glowing in radiant madness
Last edited by TDKshorty at Apr 22, 2008,
#2
Quote by TDKshorty
The Chords following are

Emadd9
Em (no 5th)
C add9

I could probably be in almost any minor key lol

Your notes from the chords are:
E G B F#
E G
C E G D

One sharp (F#) in the key signature. So if your progression resolves back to the E tonal center, you're in E minor
#3
its hard to say, without any dominant chords pulling you anywhere... and just two chords in the song, at that. you could be in a lot of keys, youre right.. lol.

^ the above response [other post] is better than this one.
#4
Well there are 3 chords

E
B 7 5 3
G 4 0 0
D 5 4 2
A 7 5 3
E

then I fiddle around with some **** like

E 12 7
B 13 8
G 14 9
D
A
E
And we will weave in and out of sanity unnoticed
Swirling in blissfully restless visions of all our bleary progress
Glowing in radiant madness
#6
alright
thanks


thats aeolian correct?
And we will weave in and out of sanity unnoticed
Swirling in blissfully restless visions of all our bleary progress
Glowing in radiant madness
Last edited by TDKshorty at Apr 22, 2008,
#7
Your progression would not suggest modal music, which the term Aeolian implies. Look at it as E natural minor. You listed above that there's an F natural, also, but there isn't one in the chords that you gave.
#8
^ I don't see an F natural in any of those chords...


and TS, the other shit you were fiddling around with are just Am and Em triads
#10
the best idea would be to play in G major (e aeolian) because of the Cmaj chord and the F# in the Eminadd9
but dont not play around with A harmonic minor because that has a G# (major third) which will conflict with the G (minor third) in the Emin and thus sound awful. Sticking in G major (e aeolian) throughout will make most sense but you could also modulate the chords.

One example is play G major for the Eminadd9 then modulate to C Major (e phrygian) for the next Emin chord then stay in C major for the Cmaj chord. That would sound cool with a bass line outlining the chromatic drop of F#-F-E for the chords.
and thats just one example because there is no tonic pull you have a lot of freedom to play around with
hope that can give you some cool ideas
#11
oh the F natural I was talking about is the 13 fret on the B string
or 8 on the E- doesn't matter I guess
And we will weave in and out of sanity unnoticed
Swirling in blissfully restless visions of all our bleary progress
Glowing in radiant madness
#13
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That's C natural.


yeah it is, I have no idea why I said that
I meant 13 on the bottom e, which would be f natural
And we will weave in and out of sanity unnoticed
Swirling in blissfully restless visions of all our bleary progress
Glowing in radiant madness