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#beginquote# There are a couple of tricks to find what key you're in based on sharps or flats. For sharps you can figure the major key you are in by going a half step above the sharp sign. For example, a half step above the F# is a G and that is the only sharped note in that major scale. For flats the trick works if you have 2 or more in the key signature. Go to the next to last flat and that is the scale it is based on. For example the Ab major scales has 4 flats Bb, Eb, Ab, Db. Ab is the next to last flat! #endquote#
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