#1
I've written a backing part for an instrumental song in the key of G major, using the chords Dadd11, Em, Emadd9, C and Emadd9+5 (which is like C major with an F# as the highest note), with the Dadd11 playing 4 bars and the other chords playing 1 each.

What scale(s) would you recommend for writing melodic lines over the top (other than G major, obviously)? I'm looking for a kind of atmospheric sound.
#2
E minor. Extended chords cut down what will 'work' over the progression.
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#3
Yeah, E minor. But try some arpeggios, you can even go a little out from the scale, and keep track of what chord is playing beneath.
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