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One-A-Chord
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Imagine diversifying music theory to another dimension; differences. Solos don't work as well in this composition, as a new theory has arrived. Solos can sound nice on their own. Now add in a blending chord or backing choir, and you have fullness. Just as each solo can sound different, so do opinions, ideas and theories. However, this theory advises one strong voice, expressed boldly by an accompaniment of differences like strings on a guitar; all in one-a-chord.

Garren Martirossian