Started by Anarkhya, September 10, 2012, 10:02:31
QuoteAnd, most puzzlingly..."sunday best" (Spaceman & SuperNao) ~ "(Wonder Dog)title" (Spaceman)...Apart from a few samples!
Quote"system violation" ~ "mystikal!-vibes" (the position jump to the end in the first position has been removed, but the extended intro at the end is still present)
Quote"MOD.system violation.lng" is the same as "MOD.mystikal!-vibes". "MOD.system violation" is a converted rip for the same named demo.I don't really know what to do about these, really.I've attached all three files to this archive, if it can help decide. I've also added the respective ModInfo text files.Ideas ?
Quote from: Asle on September 11, 2012, 18:58:23MOD.bubba.level5 = MOD.bubba.level6
Quote from: Asle on September 11, 2012, 18:58:23MOD.(Wonder Dog)game complete = MOD.bubba.title
QuoteWhat does DFC mean, BTW?
Quote from: swirlythingy on September 12, 2012, 14:40:58This sort of thing is exactly why I chose to focus on Spaceman first, because he really was a terrible one for self-plagiarism. How can you know which one was composed first? And does it matter, really? If someone was looking to download the complete Wonder Dog soundtrack, is it reasonable to expect them to know to look for "bubba.title"?And that's why I think the AMP database needs a way to relate tracks to each other, to highlight tracks where you probably don't want to download both of them, but they're sufficiently different that you can't justify deleting either. "mystikal!-vibes" and "system violation" would benefit from this as well.
Quote from: Axxy on September 12, 2012, 16:30:28QuoteWhat does DFC mean, BTW?Direct From Composer i think?
Quote from: Asle on September 12, 2012, 19:43:33The relation between musics is an idea that will need major revamp of the DB. As is, there's simply no way to do that. We do have a 'comment' field available (although not yet displayed and scarcely fed) where that kind of link could go. It's an unsatisfactory solution but at least it's one. This, however, points to the serious lack of "admins" on AMP. I'm basically running things around here, with uneven help from others, when it comes to that kind of things.