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#1 2018-08-08 01:55:13

minam
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Music Style Names

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Is there an official/well-known/or just any other way to call these styles?


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#2 2018-08-08 02:11:34

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Re: Music Style Names

Well, nobody seems to have named them yet, though I think it would be a pretty good idea to just refer to them as a similar name to the worlds that popularized those certain styles. Vertical music with staggered up arrows and the notes between could be the Megalamb's Jukebox style, while the hold space-style could be considered Musicman's style or something like that. I'm not too sure about the horizontal hold-right style, or the boost arrows style, but I remember seeing the first popularized by Thisisfun, while the latter was probably popularized by darkstar32 in his Video Game Music world.

I could be horribly wrong on all accounts though, so take this for a grain of salt.


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#3 2018-08-08 12:13:51

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Re: Music Style Names

minimania wrote:

Well, nobody seems to have named them yet, though I think it would be a pretty good idea to just refer to them as a similar name to the worlds that popularized those certain styles. Vertical music with staggered up arrows and the notes between could be the Megalamb's Jukebox style, while the hold space-style could be considered Musicman's style or something like that. I'm not too sure about the horizontal hold-right style, or the boost arrows style, but I remember seeing the first popularized by Thisisfun, while the latter was probably popularized by darkstar32 in his Video Game Music world.

I could be horribly wrong on all accounts though, so take this for a grain of salt.

I remember that Sensei mostly used that, he was before musicman
i could name that system in pocture above Patrick, and that below, ummm
Mike...
so Sensei used Mike mostly, and minimania isn't sure about Patrick style


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#4 2018-08-08 14:56:22

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Re: Music Style Names

i would call them zigzag


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#5 2018-08-08 15:03:31

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Re: Music Style Names

I've pretty much came to the conclusion that there are no actual names that are common in the community.
Thanks for your help.


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