Quick Reminder About Our Available "Suggestion Forms"

Posted by Merit Celaire [ mailto: ]
Date: Saturday, November 21, 2020 - 12:38 PM
Category: Music Operation Happenings

Just a quick reminder to all of you faithful followers/listeners of these beloved music operations that since a little over one month ago, two "suggestion forms" came online which will allow you to submit certain things that will aid in my planning for these final two months of the year as well as preparing for the upcoming 2021 year itself.

First, if you think there is a certain song that I should consider doing a Super Nintendo music style arrangement of (as long as it's from a related Super Mario and/or branched videogame installment done for the Wii/Wii U/Nintendo 3DS/mobile systems), you can let me know about possible candidates to investigate by filling out the "Song Candidate Submissions" form.

Second, I'm still open to know from everyone what featured modern Super Mario game installments for these music operations (main and "branched", including spinoff installments) are you folks familiar with, along with what featured Super Nintendo music instrument sets are of your interest as well (in terms of if you've played said games and/or heard the musical score itself for each one). If you haven't done so already, head for the "Featured Mario Game Installments / SNES Music Instrument Sets" form and make your choices accordingly.

For both forms mentioned above, please make sure that you're definitely honest in your submissions to me as I carefully review them upon receipt; once again, this is mainly to help prepare my planbook for the remainder of this year as well as getting ready for what you hope I'll target new music arrangement content wise when 2021 comes arrive (and of course, especially after I get the "current backlog" out of the way slowly but surely starting next week itself).

Thanks once again for your time and support in advance as well as your responses to these matters, and have a good rest of your weekend. See you all next week.

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