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C Major

No sharps, no flats, no problems!

Congratulations, you’re C Major, the choice of lazy piano students the world over. While not much of a guitar key (playing F chords is a bitch for beginners) it both sounds nice and is easy to play on pretty much every other instrument, easily tuned to any occasion. While some songs in major keys can still retain a fairly melancholy sound to them throughout the overall vibe, those songs are rarely in C. C is reserved for happy sunshiny days in the summer time, where everyone feels good and doesn’t have to hit any sharps or flats.

You are a fairly happy and easy going person yourself if you got this result, perhaps even annoyingly so. Lots of musicians actually loathe C Major, it’s so overused. Don’t give up hope on the power of happiness, though! If you do, you might have to switch your result to D Minor.

SONG EXAMPLE: Nothing From Nothing by Billy Preston


* When people think peace and happy lazy days, they may think of the ukulele. Well the Uke just happens to be tuned to a C6 chord.

* Some casinos tune their slot machines to make noises in the key of C so they don’t sound sinister. It’s pretty effective obviously, since people still piddle their cash away.

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • Happy Distribution

    They scored 31% on Happy, higher than 97% of your peers.

  • Romantic Distribution

    They scored 18% on Romantic, higher than 49% of your peers.

  • Melencholy Distribution

    They scored 15% on Melencholy, higher than 73% of your peers.

  • Emotive Distribution

    They scored 8% on Emotive, higher than 23% of your peers.

  • Interesting Distribution

    They scored 11% on Interesting, higher than 67% of your peers.

  • Energetic Distribution

    They scored 11% on Energetic, higher than 41% of your peers.

  • Aggressive Distribution

    They scored 1% on Aggressive, higher than 28% of your peers.

  • Loose Distribution

    They scored 11% on Loose, higher than 35% of your peers.

  • Peaceful Distribution

    They scored 28% on Peaceful, higher than 92% of your peers.

  • Devilish Distribution

    They scored 9% on Devilish, higher than 41% of your peers.

All possible test results

C Major

Congratulations, you’re C Major, the choice of lazy piano students the world over. While not much of a guitar key (playing F chords is a bitch for beginners) it both sounds nice and is easy to pl... Read more

F Major

Congratulations, you’re F Major, combining the ease of C Major with just a tint of flatness among it. This key is just perfect for sappy ballads, just ask Paul McCartney! (Yesterday, Michelle... Read more

D Minor

Congratulations, I guess. You’re D Minor, the key that F Major turns to when its lover dumps it. This key is downright depressing, but not in a loud way. This is more the “brooding as you slowl... Read more

A Major

Congratulations, you’re A Major, and you got them blues! A Major is an ideal key for playing blues in, due to its decreased number of sharps when played with flat 3rds and 7ths. Guitar players lo... Read more

C# Major

Congratulations, you’re C# Major, and you’re actually SHARPER than a tack. C# Major is a key most musicians don’t even bother talking about, since it’s so damn strange to play. No instrumen... Read more

E Major

Congratulations, you’re E Major, now start pumping out those root notes on the bass. Yes, the quintessential key of rock suits anything that requires loud and low on the bass, high and screechy o... Read more

B Minor

Congratulations, you’re B Minor, which is surprisingly not the depressing key signature, as the pun up there would indicate. B Minor is the equivalent of a crazy guy on a rooftop shouting at the ... Read more

E-Flat Major

Congratulations, you’re E-flat Major, a key to swing in. This key is THE key if you play jazz saxophone, making it a very popular key among jazzophiles. You know those stupid radio commercials yo... Read more

A-Flat Major

Congratulations, you’re A-flat Major, a nice quiet break from all the rocking going around. A-flat is a key more suited for symphonies and chamber music halls than for rock concerts, and a look a... Read more

C# Minor

Congratulations, you’re C-Sharp Minor, a tricky little bastard of a key, if I do say so myself. Considering the press time that C# Minor’s relative major of E Major gets, you’d expect this ke... Read more

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