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Twiggy5 / Twiggy Five 5yr+5mo ago
Hey im new to doing the keyboard and I needed some help. So im making a song with keyboard in it and Im pretty sure im using the notes C3 and A2 in it as a chord. so I was just wondering what guitar chord would go with this? and what key is that chord in? Thanks


   

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xan   commented 5yr+5mo ago


A chord it's at least 3 notes. Now there is a bunch of keys with just these 2 notes. :) Do you have this song somewhere?

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Twiggy5   commented 5yr+5mo ago


oh ok lol thanks.i was just writing a song. And I was wondering which key these two notes would be in cause im trying to put guitar in it and I didn't know which key to be in on the guitar so it all syncs up nice

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xan   commented 5yr+5mo ago


http://www.scales-chords.com/scalefinder.php

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nemonty   commented 5yr+4mo ago


As Xan said 3 notes usually to define a chord, those two notes could be any number of chords. Here's (another) tool you can use to find the sound of different chords and variations, you should bookmark it for easy reference. The ChordSounder actually sounds the chord you choose, so you can actually play the chord against what your trying to write to see which chord works for the sound you have in your head or the notes you have picked out i.e. A2 & C3..........A would probably be the root note and C the 3rd so it's probably and A minor chord or variation, so with ChordSounder click on Root Note: A and Chord Type: minor and Bass Note (defaults to root note) or you can change it, and see if it fits, if it doesn't just experiment with different chord types and bass notes until you find one you like. Hope this helps. https://songmaven.com/online-music-tools/chordsounder.php

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xan   commented 5yr+4mo ago


Nice. Thank you.

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labresults   commented 5yr+4mo ago


That is most likely an A minor (without the fifth), but it could also be an F (major) and many other chords. Because you are playing the third on the keyboard and have omitted the fifth (e.g. E3), on the guitar an A minor power chord (with the third omitted) is a solution to avoid double thirds.