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OC ReMix Unveils Revolutionary New 3-Value Genre Classification System!

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How does OCR not consider any of my remixes techno? That's all I make!!!

We have some older projects that we've debuted in the past that have gone back into development, like Remixanator and Judganator, which made heavy use of some proprietary algorithms developed by OCR New Dehli, a small coding subsidiary of OC ReMix located in India.

In order to efficiently tag and classify all of the remixes on the site, they forked and reworked the code (JavaScript and COBOL) they had written for the Algorithmic Synthesis System (used in Remixanator and later Judganator) and adapted it to an analysis tool used to determine genres.

Obviously there will be some errors, so if you see any remixes that don't necessarily fit with what came out of the ASS, let us know. We'll be setting up a community review in the next couple of days to fix issues.

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We have some older projects that we've debuted in the past that have gone back into development, like Remixanator and Judganator, which made heavy use of some proprietary algorithms developed by OCR New Dehli, a small coding subsidiary of OC ReMix located in India.

In order to efficiently tag and classify all of the remixes on the site, they forked and reworked the code (JavaScript and COBOL) they had written for the Algorithmic Synthesis System (used in Remixanator and later Judganator) and adapted it to an analysis tool used to determine genres.

Obviously there will be some errors, so if you see any remixes that don't necessarily fit with what came out of the ASS, let us know. We'll be setting up a community review in the next couple of days to fix issues.

Alright well that makes sense. I'll just wait patiently for you guy to work the bugs out, and I'll be sure to participate on that community review. Otherwise this is a really great new system.

Edited by Ghetto Lee Lewis

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I feel like this will make judging easier, knowing that I have only three genres to which I need to hold submissions as a standard. I know I've seen this in the works for a while, but I'm really glad it's finally here. :nicework:

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In order to efficiently tag and classify all of the remixes on the site, they forked and reworked the code (JavaScript and COBOL) they had written for the Algorithmic Synthesis System (used in Remixanator and later Judganator) and adapted it to an analysis tool used to determine genres.

Is it something like this?

#include <iostream> // default
#include <string> // strings
using namespace std;

int main()
{
// genre classifications
std::string a = "Techno";
std::string b = "Possibly Techno";
std::string c = "Probably Not Techno (Maybe)";

// genre qualifications
std::string primaryelem = "Initialize1";
std::string secondaryelem = "Initialize2";
int speshulcondition = 0;

// initial state
std::string conclusion = "No Genre Yet";
cout << "The current genre for this mix is: " << conclusion << endl;

// qualifications input
cout << "Enter a primary element you have in your remix: ";
cin >> primaryelem;
cout << "Enter a secondary element you have in your remix: ";
cin >> secondaryelem;
cout << "Did you copy and paste anything? 0 for no, 1 for yes: ";
cin >> speshulcondition;

// genre test
if (primaryelem == "Boom" && secondaryelem == "Tiss" && speshulcondition == 1){
conclusion = a;
}
else if (primaryelem == "Boom" && secondaryelem == "Tiss" && speshulcondition == 0){
conclusion = b;
}
else if ((primaryelem != "Boom" or secondaryelem != "Tiss") && (speshulcondition == 1)){
conclusion = b;
}
else if ((primaryelem != "Boom" or secondaryelem != "Tiss") && (speshulcondition == 0)){
conclusion = c;
}

// genre evaluation
cout << "The current genre for this mix is: " << conclusion << endl;

}

(By the way, this code works!)

http://www.tutorialspoint.com/compile_cpp_online.php

Edited by timaeus222

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so glad you're finally doing this. perhaps this will finally put an end to the argument of whether or not the judges have a techno bias since now we'll have cold hard numbers on the quantity of techno tracks vs. possibly techno vs. possibly not techno (maybe)

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If we personally feel that a song that is labeled Possibly Not Techno (Maybe) should be listed under Possibly Techno, do we blow up Larry's private message box like we do for all other problems we have with the site?

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I'm sorry OcR but I can't agree with this. overClocked RemiX has just been going down the drain these last few years. I can't stand it. I feel like you guys just don't care anymore and the whole foundation OverC RMix is just crumbling. This whole 3 genre thing is just STUPIIID!!! Overcocked Redux needs to get its act together or I'm going to delete all my mixes and make my own site. And it'll be better.

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I'm sorry OcR but I can't agree with this. overClocked RemiX has just been going down the drain these last few years. I can't stand it. I feel like you guys just don't care anymore and the whole foundation OverC RMix is just crumbling. This whole 3 genre thing is just STUPIIID!!! Overcocked Redux needs to get its act together or I'm going to delete all my mixes and make my own site. And it'll be better.

Why are you typing like that? You never type like that.

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Is it something like this?

#include <iostream> // default
#include <string> // strings
using namespace std;

int main()
{
// genre classifications
std::string a = "Techno";
std::string b = "Possibly Techno";
std::string c = "Probably Not Techno (Maybe)";

std::string primaryinstr = "Initialize1";
std::string secondaryinstr = "Initialize2";
int speshulcondition = 0;

std::string conclusion = "No Genre Yet";
cout << "The current genre for this mix is: " << conclusion << endl;

cout << "Enter a primary element you have in your remix:";
cin >> primaryinstr;
cout << "Enter a secondary element you have in your remix:";
cin >> secondaryinstr;
cout << "Did you copy and paste anything? 0 for no, 1 for yes.";
cin >> speshulcondition;

if (primaryinstr == "Boom" && secondaryinstr == "Tiss" && speshulcondition == 1){
conclusion = a;
}
else if (speshulcondition == 0){
conclusion = b;
}
else if (primaryinstr != "Boom" && secondaryinstr != "Tiss"){
conclusion = c;
}

cout << "The current genre for this mix is: " << conclusion << endl;

return 0;
}

No. That's clearly C or C++. Our code is a JavaScript/COBOL hybrid.

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No. That's clearly C or C++. Our code is a JavaScript/COBOL hybrid.

:(

If you're bored, by the way, that code kinda works (further down below). :lol:

Edited by timaeus222

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Obviously there will be some errors, so if you see any remixes that don't necessarily fit with what came out of the ASS, let us know. We'll be setting up a community review in the next couple of days to fix issues.

Obviously you pulled this whole thing out of the ASS.

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No. That's clearly C or C++. Our code is a JavaScript/COBOL hybrid.
Our code is a JavaScript/COBOL hybrid.
JavaScript/COBOL hybrid

Oh god. May the binary lords have mercy on you all.

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I'm sad I missed this april fool. Genre are not showing in my browser.

April fool?

I really don't believe OCR would do all that work for nothing. Probably the genres are now removed because there are a couple of bugs in it.

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