Do these chords share a key or mode?

How do I work this out?

Chords are:

"F#, D#m, G#m, B, Cø7"

I tried using the key-finder tool but there is no way to enter in "Cø7" on it and the closest thing I worked out from googling or using the tool is that the key of these chords is B Major. Is that correct?

Tyvm

3 Answers

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Hi There,

This one seems to be in F# major to me. The Cø7 is most likely just a passing chord between the last chord (B) and the first chord (F#).

-Garrett

Oct 03, 2016
grimmdude
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The Cm7( half diminished b5 ), placed in the 7th,degree, is what caught my eye. Making it the Key of D. D,E,F#,G#,A,B,Cm7( b5 ),D,...

Oct 21, 2016
goodsided
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make that Key of D / Lydian w/ a #4.

Oct 21, 2016
goodsided

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