Started by Louigi Verona, January 29, 2006, 17:37:17
Quote from: "Sam_Zen"I don't get it. Why is 'one voice' not the same as 'only one instrument' ?
Quote from: "Louigi Verona"Because one instrument may be piano - it can produce more notes.
Quote from: "Louigi Verona"One voice is more challenging, is it not? (btw, I want to hold next compo as One Instrument, so you could write a solo instrument music, like for piano)
Quote from: "Louigi Verona"The idea of OVC came from listening to a lot of traditional music. It's usually a song, so it's one voice, since a man's voice can't produce chords. And usually a song is accompanied by chords. There's the idea. I was adviced, next time I run OVC, not to include that chord rule, since the melody can be harmonised and chored in various different ways, so it's not essential, only gets things complicated.