#2
Its just one of them things
You should be able to tell if you work out the notes,
cos then you can think about what you are and arent allowed to use
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#5
Whatever chord makes it sound finished when you get to the end, is generally the key chord.

That was poor English, but oh well.
#6
thx mt friend told me tht its probly in the key of the first chord i just thought it would be arder to work out
#7
Find what notes are used, and use the circle of fifths for reference.
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#8
Quote by lespaul323920
nine out of ten times it will be in the key of the first chord.


this is a lie, a horrible horrible lie.
#9
Quote by lespaul323920
nine out of ten times it will be in the key of the first chord.


Not if you listen to anything outside of pop music. Even in pop music, it's not true often enough for your statement to be helpful.
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#10
^ a more accurate answer would be

"the chord the song ends on" for most modern music

or more specifically "the chord the song sounds complete or at rest on"

however in jazz and some classical this is not wholly true all the time either.