Phrygian_Gamer

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  1. So what you're saying is that in the case of someone resubmitting something that was initially denied, the judges can expedite the process on a case-by-case basis, but the 3 week waiting period between submissions of original/new remixes is more courtesy to try and keep the flow of judged remixes consistent? And yeah, I remember that episode of the talkback where Liontamer was discussing how many remixes the judges had to process. I thought that was something to do with when the remixes were posted, not necessarily when they were approved or turned down. Either way, thanks for getting back to me so quickly guys, I really appreciate it!
  2. First and foremost, if this has been answered somewhere else and I haven't found it, sorry for the irrelevant question. On the Submission Standards and Instructions page (http://ocremix.org/info/Submission_Standards_and_Instructions) point 2 under the "Instructions" Section states: "Wait three weeks between submissions. Submissions received more frequently than this will not be evaluated." Does this specifically include re-submissions or new submissions? For example, is this to stop people from flooding the submissions inbox with multiple copies of the same remix? Or is it to stop individuals who might have a back-catalog of remixes from flooding the inbox? Or both? Again, if this is answered somewhere else please let me know, I'm still really new to the site and want to be sure I don't start treading on toes. Thanks!
  3. Thank you everyone so much for all of your insightful comments! I can't believe I got this much of a response in only 48 hours. Every experience I've had with OCR has been an immensely positive one and you guys just keep raising the bar. I'm hoping to start remixing as soon as I finish school, it's unfortunately eating up a lot of my time, but I can't wait to join this kickass community!
  4. Hi OCR! Long time fan, first (or maybe second) time poster. I'm currently a senior working toward my degree in music composition and have been assigned a project that requires me to look into a specific musical culture. Well naturally, I went to video game music. This community has been so fantastic in bringing VGM to the general population (as well as offering me personally continued inspiration during my studies), and I want to be able demonstrate how OCR has helped both advocate and sustain the VGM fan-base (as well as popularize it!). Is there anyway I can get you guys to answer some survey questions for me? It would really mean a lot. 1. What first encounter with VGM? What kind of effect do you remember it having on you? 2. At what point do you remember considering yourself a VGM fan (or OCR fan) in relation to your first VGM experience? 3. How did you hear about OCR? 4. What do you feel would be some non-musical examples (fan art, videos, interpretive dance, horse racing, rock-throwing) of the OCR society? 5. How has VGM and OCR affected your life? Thanks for helping me out guys, I really want to be able to show my academic environment what VGM and OCR has to offer. You guys rule! P.S. If for whatever reason you any of you guys/gals/aliens/abnormally colored anthropomorphic farm animals have any questions, or would be up for a personal interview (that would be AMAZING if you could) send me a message here on OCR, or send me a message through my website: http://phrygian.weebly.com/ Thanks again And keep rockin' \m/
  5. Hey OCR, I've been thinking about starting a VGM review series and I was wondering if I could get your guys' first impressions on what I've started. Enjoy! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=10x2aCtO3pQ
  6. Hey OCR, first time poster here. This is a tune I wrote after playing around in New Londo Ruins and getting dominated by those ghouls. I wrote it for some yo-yo samples, a live flute, and some Max patches I pieced together. Enjoy! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hpNMwmSuYGU