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Discussion in 'Sidewinders Bar & Grille' started by ocean, Feb 7, 2018.
Yepp, all the other keys are just cheap rip offs
I agree, totally subjective.
C = The People's Key
F = The Key of Love
My preference is Bb & Eb. Horn keys would be my guess as to why.
I'm all for empirical data I found this data provided by Spotify
I can't post a link yet but of the songs on Spotify it seems G and C are virtually tied for the most prevalent song keys at least in this instance. That has to give some insight as to what people find most pleasing to listen to.
I think it would be whichever key the song is in. I know this, because if my band is playing a song, and I play in a different key, it is not pleasing to the human ear.
my house key never shuts up, keeps yaking on and on about all the stuff it sees in the day.
not a pleasing key.
now my car Key, thats a nice key. it brings just the right amount of conversation to the table, and knows when to keep its yap shut
So the two keys that are the simplest to play on guitar and piano? May say more about the songwriters than the listeners!
But performers usually give the people what they want.
It's a good question though. When you think of the actual physiology of hearing it makes sense that some tones are more pleasing than others and why cords with the simplest ratios of frequencies are so popular
I like Musical trilogies in Dm.
I got a brand new key!
I recall reading somewhere that D is the "happy key." I like D just fine, but gravitate more to minor keys. I've been messing around with a Skip James Dm tuning lately that's really dark and edgy. DADFAD. I dig it!
CBC radio has a series that explores the keys with lots of examples (and now getting into specific instruments) - very fun listen.
Take the 1, the 3, the 5, and the 7 and you'll get the sound I find to be the most pleasing to my ears. Your ears may vary.
I guess that depends on whether or not you like the song...............
Fun - key !
That sounds like a plan!
I'm working my way through the cord progressions in Albinoni's Adagio in Gm and that progression is in there...those old dudes were a crafty lot
What Key? The sound my front door key makes when I come home from a hard day at the office.
Ah yeah, that’s a great sound...
That's not a progression my friend, those are intervals. They make a major seventh chord.
Arabic numerals for intervals.
Roman numerals for chords.