#1
how would you find what key a chord progression is in
and would any random chord progreesion (barre chords also) be in a scale????
#2
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how would you find what key a chord progression is in
and would any random chord progreesion (barre chords also) be in a scale????


Scale wise, it is kind of subjective, as it won't always have notes within a specific scale.

But chord progressions will be formed in the manner what key they are in, (i.e. Emin-Gmaj-Amin= E Minor/etc.), just figure it out, not much to it.
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#3
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Scale wise, it is kind of subjective, as it won't always have notes within a specific scale.

But chord progressions will be formed in the manner what key they are in, (i.e. Emin-Gmaj-Amin= E Minor/etc.), just figure it out, not much to it.

so you have to know you scales to know what key it is in
#4
Usually the first chord used will name the key in the progression.

like AssassinLoki090 said "Emin-Gmaj-Amin= E Minor/etc."
#5
No.. you just have to listen for it man.
Listen for the note/chord that sounds like it would resolve the progression best. Chances are, that's the key.
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