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What key are these in
Old 12th September 2019
  #1
Gear Maniac
 
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What key are these in

As far as the bassline goes? And what notes are played




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0i7rENPI2E4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X4_dImU2iRI

And this has been troubling me and many musicians globally for years. What key is the bassline is?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ls6Bl2RLdrY


Thank you all
Old 12th September 2019
  #2
Lives for gear
I love the song - "It's got to be real" - I've not heard it before.

Fantastic music - great singing - great arrangement!
Old 12th September 2019
  #3
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The first and second videos - the song (bass) is in E
The third video - "It's Got to Be Real" the bass is around a B flat, G, C, F progression.

I don't have the time to write out a chart for you. Come on... It's easy to figure out.
Old 12th September 2019
  #4
Gear Maniac
Hmm, 1) give a man a fish? or 2) teach a man how to fish?

I took a quick listen and I don't see any particular challenge to figuring this out. Suggest you find help with option 2. It's not that hard.

In the end, I can promise you will know the answers, but there will be some questions for you to answer and work for you to do along the way.


Glad to help if you need it,

Ray H.
Old 2 weeks ago
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Without naming names, if you cant
figure out the key a song is in you should
consider another line of work. Seriously.
being able to determine a note pitch or
key is basic. Even orchestra players
who cant improvise can tell you
whether a note is a D or an A.

Its called relative pitch..hearing a note,
picking it out on an instrument. All
musicians have relative pitch. If you
dont possess that, then you are not
a musician.
Old 6 days ago
  #6
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Dave Polich View Post
Without naming names, if you cant
figure out the key a song is in you should
consider another line of work. Seriously.
being able to determine a note pitch or
key is basic. Even orchestra players
who cant improvise can tell you
whether a note is a D or an A.

Its called relative pitch..hearing a note,
picking it out on an instrument. All
musicians have relative pitch. If you
dont possess that, then you are not
a musician.
What a snobbish response. Relative pitch can be developed like anything. And normal people who develop it don't participate in gatekeeping.
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