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bluesguitar101  
23 Feb 2012 17:01 | Quote
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I wrote this song following the chords Cm, A#, G#, G, Gm, and Fm.
now the tools on this website tell me that the only scale for these chords is D# bebop major.

I'm wondering however why? I don't use a D# chord, it feels more like Cm is the dominint chord of the song, and the song itself sounds more like it's in a minor key than a Major key.

I know this ain't relevant for the song itself or anything. I was just wondering why according to the music theory the scale should be D# major. can someone please explain?
DarkRiff  
23 Feb 2012 18:24 | Quote
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The scale is C minor

You just added a B in with the G chord.

Don't worry a C minor scale should work fine. Just switch from a A# to a B when you hit the G in your chord progression (if your planning a solo over it).

Hope that helps.
MoshZilla1016  
23 Feb 2012 19:31 | Quote
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If you look at the D# bebop it is a Cmin. It just uses a flat or dominant 7th and a Major 7th.
bluesguitar101  
24 Feb 2012 15:48 | Quote
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ah, I'm starting to see. thnx for the help guys. I'm working on the solo right now, might post the song in a week or two, together with some others when I'm through with writing and recording XD


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