IMPORTANT ARTICLE POSTED: Quick Reminder of Available "Site Contact Forms" / Still Searching For New "Community Members"!
As we officially begin our journey for the 2021 year itself, your correspondence to us is still very important for the planning of these beloved music operations as a whole. For the list of available active forms on this site which you're able to get in touch with the author/site adminstrator (as well as links to join our available related "interactive community portals"), please read this article in its entirety. Thank you.

Important News Articles

* Quick Reminder of Available "Site Contact Forms" / Still Searching For New "Community Members"! (12/5/2020)

* COVID-19/"Coronavirus" Pandemic Follow-Up: The "Recovery Efforts Game Plan" (11/11/2020)

* New Site Form Available: Plagiarism File Reporting (10/26/2020)

Latest Game Pages

December 24, 2020
* Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit

December 23, 2020
* Mario Sports Superstars

November 30, 2020
* Paper Mario: The Origami King

Recently Added/Updated Music Arrangement Files

December 24, 2020
* Mario Kart Live: Home Circuit (1 New) (View Article)

December 23, 2020
* Mario Sports Superstars (13 New) (View Article)

December 22, 2020
* Luigi's Mansion (1 New) (View Article)

Music Arrangements Progress Page

Keep track on how many upcoming Super Nintendo music style arrangements are coming along so far by going to this page!

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Social Media Portals

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New "Music File Statistics" Article Added: "The Many Upsets of November/December 2020"

Posted by Merit Celaire on Monday, January 18, 2021 - 08:34 PM

Been working on this new article like heck for the site since earlier today, everyone; it goes into further detail on the many upsets that our related "Music Arrangements File Statistics" document has been through since late last year as I was playing literal catch up on getting most Super Nintendo music style arrangements posted for you all to check out during the November/December period of last year.

You can get to the newest article posting itself by going here; be forewarned that it will be a long read, so your patience is greatly appreciated in advance. The reason for the new article being long is definitely legit (which once again, you can all blame this horrible COVID-19 pandemic for messing up my planbook for the majority of last year).

As always, if you have any further questions after reading the article itself, please don't hesitate to send an email inquiry my way. See you all later.

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BREAKING NEWS: New "Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury" Trailer To Be Posted Tomorrow (1/12/'21)

Posted by Merit Celaire on Monday, January 11, 2021 - 10:56 PM

Just got this word from my sources, everyone (along with some other "close contacts" from our interactive community portals): the folks at Nintendo have announced that a new trailer for the upcoming Nintendo Switch installment "Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's Fury" will be shown during the course of tomorrow morning (1/12/'21). As you all may already be aware, this game itself is a port of the Nintendo Wii U installment of the same name, but with the "Bowser's Fury" extension added to it for the Nintendo Switch version.

I'll be checking this trailer itself as well during the course of tomorrow not just from getting more information about this port from the gameplay standpoint in general, but from the "music arrangement target" standpoint as well considering that we already have a page for these operations housing all of the Super Nintendo music styled covers that I've done involving this game's score (which can be checked out here if you haven't had a chance to do so yet). This game itself has been widely known for its musical score itself (which is also why I've done a total of 39 SNES music styled covers from it so far); the upcoming trailer from Nintendo scheduled for posting tomorrow should give me answers in terms of what I should prepare for planbook wise in the months ahead (after the game's scheduled release date which is still planned for 2/12/'21).

I'll get back with you all in another article if there's any "breaking news" stuff on the music arrangement planning front after the said trailer has been posted. Stay tuned, all!

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More "Twitter Polls" Regarding Recently Featured SNES Music Instrument Sets

Posted by Merit Celaire on Wednesday, January 6, 2021 - 08:59 AM

Heads-up to those of you faithful followers who are watching your timelines for posts from yours truly: as you know from the latter part of last year, we've added a bunch of newly featured Super Nintendo music instrument sets for these operations that I've been using in my arrangement works covering modern Super Mario scores (included main installments, spinoff installments, and branched installments). Once again, the instrument sets include which are in relation to the following games:

* David Crane's Amazing Tennis (Absolute Entertainment/Imagineering)
* Biker Mice From Mars (Konami)
* Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Fighting Edition (Bandai)
* Captain America and the Avengers (Data East/Mindscape/Realtime Associates)
* Super Soccer Champ (Taito)
* Goal! (Jaleco)

So on our Twitter profile, we are doing our next set of polls for me to have an idea on what is your "status" in regards to the above mentioned SNES games; one post per day. And as always, you have one week from the time of the poll's posting to cast your votes.

Today's poll to start this set off focuses on the SNES game David Crane's Amazing Tennis (as published/developed by Absolute Entertainment/Imagineering). You should be able to see that poll in question if you're logged in and are a confirmed follower by the time this announcement post on the site is up.

As always, if you are not a "confirmed follower" for our Twitter profile, just head for our Twitter profile page and submit a follower request; as always, I'll be reviewing new inquiries for approval during the Monday - Friday timeframe (excluding major holidays). We definitely need new followers who meet our criteria especially as we start this brand new year. Take care for now, everyone; and thanks in advance for your support and votes. I'm out.

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January 2021 Greetings: Still Getting Resituated / Looking Back At Last Year's Activity

Posted by Merit Celaire on Tuesday, January 5, 2021 - 05:17 PM

Finally snagged the chance to see about writing our first formal "monthly greetings" entry of the new 2021 year, everyone. At this time, I'm still trying to recover from the recent holiday breaks that we had along with finishing music operations material backup procedures on the backend; but I am still looking forward to what's to come for us regarding finding new modern Super Mario game installment music candidates (adventure, spinoff, and branched) for the Super Nintendo music style arrangement procedures. Granted, we still have this backlog from last year, but thankfully, it's still way better than what it was a little over one year ago.

And speaking of which, it's still time to briefly look back in regards to some "numbers" involving the Super Nintendo music arrangement covers that have been added during the course of last year, along with other factors in relation to it. So after reviewing my sources, the statistics show that there were:

* 40 Super Nintendo music style arrangement covers added for these operations; from these, it also involved...
* featured Mario game installments (main, spinoff, and branched)
* 18 featured Super Nintendo instrument sets were involved (including 6 new ones that were originally made for the musical scores of David Crane's Amazing Tennis, Biker Mice from Mars, Mighty Morphin Power Rangers: The Fighting Edition, Captain America and the Avengers, Super Soccer Champ, and Goal!)

But with all these numbers above, there are other things to note: on the new files that we added for these operations last year, the majority of them went towards covering the score of Mario Sports Superstars (Nintendo 3DS) (13 additions), which was one of the pages that was also added before last year's end. Following closely behind was my starting to cover songs from the Nintendo Switch game Paper Mario: The Origami King (with 10 additions); Paper Mario: Color Splash (Wii U) closely follows in third with 10 arrangement additions that I added to the repsective page.

On the featured Super Nintendo music instrument set involvement last year; because of my doing covers of the Paper Mario: The Origami King score late last year, the instrument set from Disney's Aladidin (Capcom/Disney) claimed the top spot (for a total of nine times). The rest of the instrument sets that were involved during the course of last here had usage numbers that were less than stellar (the other highest numbers from internal rankings have the instrument set of Spider-Man and the X-Men: Arcade's Revenge (LJN/Software Creations) taking the second spot, and many ties on the remaining sets that were involved last year; the usage on the remaining ones not mentioned here came up to numbers between 1 and 3.

And once again, these numbers could have been better (especially the second list) if it weren't for COVID-19 getting in our way. But I'll save that for another time because as I stated earlier, I'm still slowly getting resituated for this brand new year and I'm hoping we can find those new "song candidates" because we can't let the Super Nintendo music style cover scene die over here! I'm just grateful to have answered the call and be in this process itself on the backend. And here's hoping that 2021 will give us much better opportunities down the road (along with our hopes that this horrid COVID-19 pandemic will get quashed over time this year, once and for all).

Until then, I gotta step out. Thank you all again for continuing to stand by me and these beloved music operations covering the modern music of Nintendo's Super Mario series as a whole. And of course you all already know that we're not done yet on the music arrangement front as well; I'm more than ready to get back in action once my "resituation process for 2021" is completely done. See you all later.

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