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    Larry "Liontamer" Oji has been a judge at OverClocked ReMix since July 2004, having evaluated more than 4,500 submissions. Reporting to site founder David "djpretzel" Lloyd, Larry is responsible for primary submissions evaluations, informational database maintenance and other otherwise sundry & unsexy tasks at OCR, becoming head submissions evaluator in June 2006.
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  1. Thursday, September 29 to Sunday, October 2 Renaissance Waverly Hotel & Cobb Galleria, Atlanta, GA OCR returns to Atlanta for our FIRST-ever panel at Anime Weekend Atlanta! Held at the Cobb Galleria (right by the Cobb Energy Center where VGM concerts perform in ATL), AWA is the the southeast's largest anime convention! Let's hang and talk nerd music, with an official OCR panel Friday afternoon AND a nerd music panel by Ongaku Overdrive on Saturday night to keep the conversation flowing! 2 PANELS! #1: OC ReMix: Video Game Music = The Greatest Music! Panel Date/Time: Friday, September 30, 2:15-3:15 PM Location: Room 103 (Galleria) Panelists: José the Bronx Rican Liontamer Theory of N #2: Nerdy Music for Anime Fans and Gamers Panel Date/Time: Saturday, October 1, 6:15-7:15 PM Location: Room 104 (Galleria) Panelists: Kent Ward (Ongaku Overdrive) Tribe One (Niles Gray), nerdcore rapper Liontamer (Larry Oji), OC ReMix community manager & music judge
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  5. Yeah, I'd say they're a match. Ask David Wise on the Tweeter.
  6. No unofficial fan creations, period. Any game created by fans would need to be endorsed/released/pulled into the fold by the copyright holder in an official capacity, e.g. Street Fighter X Mega Man. If that's not the case, the game is ineligible for OC ReMix for a standalone mixpost. The best chance a "fan creation" game would be approved for representation on OCR is if the game is original IP and has a release on a notable platform or otherwise has built a meaningful following. It's not enough, for example, to put up a free game on Kongregate if it has no following, but it is to get it approved and sold on a commercial platform like Steam or iTunes. We use our discretion and common sense to make those calls.
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  8. We're not asking for any specific type of mixes. We work with what's already available and make themes from those.
  9. Nice work, @Torzelan! (And badass stuff from @N-JekteD!)
  10. Here's a more specific link: It's near the bottom after the Europe segment. We dunno who's involved in selecting the transition music, but we've also had a few pieces from our Mega Man X community album Maverick Rising used on NPR in the past also, so we'd love to know who to credit for that. Always down with VGM on NPR!
  11. Fun stuff! Just co-signing that the source was dominant here, particularly because the chords being used are explicitly in the original track rather than a drastic simplification of anything. YES I'd be interested in Anton giving specifics on the other theme cameos he alluded to.
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