Key Signature Confusion
You say here:
"Key signatures are groups of either sharps ♯ or flats ♭that you can see at the beginning of a staff, right after the clef (and before the time signature).
They tell us what notes are either raised (♯ ) or lowered (♭) throughout the whole piece.
However I am finding theory class much more complex as different sites show different keys sometimes even more sharps or flats in the scale then the keys etc. I wonder can you help me make sense of this and how to find a key from such a scale? is it dependent on natural, melodic, or harmonic? or something else all together? Thanks for your time.