Started by Louigi Verona, January 29, 2006, 17:37:17
QuoteLet me say that I occasionally suffered badly from the fact that we may only use one sample
Quote from: "Louigi Verona"I think 1up's entry is a wow
QuoteHowever, I can hear .many notes playing simultaneously
Quote from: "Louigi Verona"QuoteHowever, I can hear .many notes playing simultaneouslyI think you are mistaken. 1up played a flute (it is a live recording) and flute cannot make more then 1 note at a time. Also, I listened a lot to this tune and don't hear any rule violations - he got a 1 voice flute melody and strings show chords. All's well.
Quote from: "LPChip"The strings clearly play 3 notes at once. What I understand from the rules, is that you can only have one note from a second instrument to denote the chord. So I see that as a violation. But if you can have full chords with several notes, then perhaps I should create another entry to fully put the possibilities in place. I think having a chord makes it easier because your melody will allways sound better. If you have some empty parts (like in 1up's intro) its not empty anymore. Even better, using counteracting chords with an inversed melody line will get an exciting feeling upon listening. With a one note for chord attenuation, you can't get that.
QuoteWhat I understand from the rules, is that you can only have one note from a second instrument to denote the chord
Quote from: "Louigi Verona"First instr: main melody, 1 voice.Second instr: shows chords, can play many notes at a time. Just make sure it's not a subtheme of some sort, but just shows chords.