Charybdizs wrote:Sure, but I think if we do an album, there should at least be an established style to do it in... You know, just something vague yet continuous, like funk, orchestral, chiptune, or whatever.
Kris Troutman wrote:I don't like the idea of reusing a melody for continuity.
blue.nocturne wrote:Kris Troutman wrote:I don't like the idea of reusing a melody for continuity.
I only mean that it should be allowed if you 'choose' to, not saying it should be forced.
AnthonyMorgan wrote:I overall agree with what's been said in the last few posts.
. . . For example Greek mythology -> each song is dedicated to a god or hero; two authors can't pick the same, of course, so we'll need some organization there. Or historical events -> each song depicts a major historical event, then the track list is arranged chronologically from ancient times to present days. Or a stupid one like kitchen utensils -> each song is dedicated to the fabulous adventures of a particular kitchen utensil. Anyway you get the idea. There are many possibilities.
Rocco wrote:1. Is it for a mock game?
Rocco wrote:2. Should there be a consistent style?
Rocco wrote:3. Should we strive for a uniform sound? (ie. all use the same samples/sounds)
Rocco wrote:4. Will there be a quality control process, and if so, will it be pass/fail or feedback-based.
Kris Troutman wrote:mention what would constitute in general for an entry to be acceptable, and what in general would constitute an entry for being denied.
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