Currently in the "weekend mode" at this time, but wanted to make sure and touch bases with you all regarding how things are going regarding the recent polls that I have been placing on our music operation's Twitter account focused on the featured Super Nintendo music instrument sets that I use in my arrangement covers here - those polls are still ongoing and I thank those of you who have responded to your votes for them so far. As always, we could use some more supports so when you do see those polls show up (during the Monday - Friday timeframe), make sure to chime in with your vote in question. As of the date/time of this posting, the polls that are "active" at this time focus on the featured music instrument sets that have been done for these following SNES games: Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose!, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters, Plok, The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse, and The Great Circus Mystery Starring Mickey & Minnie. Remember that each poll posted here closes one week after its posting time, so make sure you've taken care of casting your votes for them before the expiration itself occurs.
On a slightly related note, this is a friendly reminder to all of you faithful followers/listeners of these beloved music operations that whether or not you actually have a Twitter account to vote in the series of polls that I've been posting there, your voice is still important to help me forumlate my planbook for the remaining months ahead for this year and especially as we get into the 2021 year. You're able to submit your responses by going to this suggestion form to not only let me know what involved Super Nintendo music instrument sets you might be familiar with, but to also give me word about what featured Mario game installments (main and branched, including spinoff installments). As what was stated in related previous blog entries before this one, your responses to this are crucial because this will tell me what kind of stuff the "majority" of you are hoping I'll focus on in these final months of 2020 along with preparing for the new year itself.
Thanks once again for your patience as well as for your time and consideration in advance. I appreciate all of you faithful visitors, fellow Mario video game series enthusiasts, and most importantly, those of you who are also into making sure that the Super Nintendo music style arrangement cover scene is still alive and well as a whole (I'm just doing my part in regards to the Mario game series itself, but still answering the call). See you all later.