Solaphar wrote:As for track length limits, I suppose I'm not opposed to unlimited. I only suggested limits to try to keep things reasonable, especially since we have to consider bandwidth and hosting issues. Perhaps no minimum limit and a max limit of 30 minutes? There's a whole lot of room for artistic freedom in that range.
Kefkarjp wrote:Rocco wrote:Realistically speaking, NO ONE'S music is not going to make the cut. We will accept all of it, period.
Oh thank God Here comes a 30-minute noise track made entirely of a sliced sample of me brushing my teeth.
Blue.Nocturne wrote:Why Lunar hates ocremix.
blue.nocturne wrote:Why Lunar hates ocremix.
Dunno if because of that you hold a grudge against sound quality vs arrangement, but you always do awesome things.
Granted it really was a BS decision all in all.
Perhaps you just like doing a "back to VG music roots" type of thing, but don't let it get to you.
David Lloyd wrote:"There's great free stuff out there, and we're not being snobs or elitists to expect that it be utilized. We're an MP3 site and not a MIDI site for a reason. Granted, I know some of you feel strongly that excellent samples shouldn't compensate for lackluster arrangement, and this is DEFINITELY the case... just don't go overboard in the other direction, either: excellent arrangement can't always compensate for lackluster production."
mudlord wrote:Solaphar wrote:As for track length limits, I suppose I'm not opposed to unlimited. I only suggested limits to try to keep things reasonable, especially since we have to consider bandwidth and hosting issues. Perhaps no minimum limit and a max limit of 30 minutes? There's a whole lot of room for artistic freedom in that range.
For me, there is no real hosting issues. Apart from what you people want. I'm willing to donate the server space needed.
Charybdizs wrote:Wow. And after all their suckish techno remixes of songs that never should have been techno-fied, it sickens me to see that stuck up crap.
Solaphar wrote:Meh. I think it's a matter of opinion.
What you might see as elitist is reasonable to them.
Stroll into a record company and demand that they publish your music. Then watch as you get escorted out by security while you're shouting at them "You're stuck up elitists!" =)
Charybdizs wrote:The funny thing is, OCRemix is known almost all over the place as "The site with all the shitty techno remixes"
Opinions, yes, but it's certainly an opinion shared by lots of others.
AnthonyMorgan wrote:*sigh* Frankly this album project is now such a mess I'm thinking of removing myself from it. I'm not referring to anyone in particular, it's just the way we act as a group. So few people interested, organization so long and chaotic.
blue.nocturne wrote:Ok, let's simplify it.
Make space theme song, PM Rocco to reserve what you want.
Microwave for 2 minutes, enjoy.
Please no more wall of text posts, too much.
Let's just have fun now, no more debates.
Why Lunar hates ocremix.
This is sort of what I was saying before. I think it's important to have standards in the areas of both arrangement and production. If we favor just one or the other, we're ignoring a whole aspect. Great samples don't make up for a poor arrangement, but likewise a great arrangement doesn't make up for poor samples.
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