#1
I have been playing some simple traids, and It seems when I play the root note, and appregiate the rest of the chord, I get a very harmonical sound. When I started scoring this to write a song, I could not figure out which key is it should be in. The chords are as follows- F, Em, G. Any Ideas. Oh, some scales would be helpful too.
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#2
When I started scoring this to write a song, I could not figure out which key is it should be in. The chords are as follows- F, Em, G. Any Ideas.
It's C major. Take each chord and write out their notes
F - FAC
Em - E G B
G - G B D
Line 'em up and you get C D E F G A B, C major.
Oh, some scales would be helpful too.

The C major scale and C major pentatonic scale are the simple and obvious choices.

And I'm not sure what your question regardin arpeggio's is, but an arpeggio is the notes of a chord played seperately, and triads are a type of chord.
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#3
Thanks alot, I understand now. What im basically doing is playing traids but I play them like arpeggio.
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