Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Proposal: We have Dolby Surround

Adminned at 27 Mar 2009 10:55:17 UTC

If the Proposal titled “The Golden Envelope, Please” failed, this proposal does nothing.

Create a new rule called, “Theme Music”:

Whenever a Scripter creates a scene, e may decide that a particular song would nicely fit in with the action. Thus, that Scripter may add a section to their scene called “Theme Music” followed by the name of a song and its artist (optionally followed by an hyperlink to a page where the song may be legally listened to).

In rule “Best in Show Votes”, add the following item to the list of award categories:

* Best Music Arrangement (+0.5 Popularity)

If at least half the counted votes on this proposal contain the text “soundtrack”, add to the rule “Theme Music”:

There exists a wiki document called “Movie Soundtrack” which shall list each one of the Songs (including their respective artists and attached hyperlinks) which have been included in Scenes that have won the Best Music Arrangement Popularity Award for their Scripters. Anybody may update this document, but only with the information allowed by this rule.

And blank the Movie Soundtrack wiki document if it exists.

 

Enacted 12-2, with 8 in favour of the soundtrack appendage. Josh

Comments

Qwazukee:

03-25-2009 20:37:21 UTC

for soundtrack

Influenza:

03-25-2009 20:52:51 UTC

for I’m all for more diverse ways of increasing popularity, and it would be nice to have a soundtrack of Theme Music to go with the scenes. Not sure where we’ll be getting those ‘legal’ hyperlinks from though!

Kevan:

03-25-2009 20:58:19 UTC

for

Tiger:

03-25-2009 21:08:13 UTC

for soundtrack

Psychotipath:

03-25-2009 21:17:12 UTC

imperial sound

Devenger:

03-25-2009 22:09:17 UTC

Note, Psycho, you haven’t voted for the sub-proposal - the phrase is ‘soundtrack’, not ‘sound’,

for soundtrack

Rodlen:

03-25-2009 22:35:10 UTC

for soundtrack

Klisz:

03-25-2009 23:36:52 UTC

for  soundtrack

Darknight:

03-26-2009 04:37:45 UTC

for soundtrack

Darknight:

03-26-2009 04:40:03 UTC

Though I must ask, what if you don’t know the title of a song? Like ones from video games, cause Ik a good handful that would make great movie songs lol

Josh:

03-26-2009 05:33:54 UTC

against

allispaul:

03-26-2009 06:11:49 UTC

for soundtrack

Bucky:

03-26-2009 14:04:10 UTC

Darknight, I think you wouldn’t be able to use such songs anyways because they don’t have artists.

Darknight:

03-26-2009 15:08:36 UTC

true, unless ya use the company that made the game lol. But I see your point bucky

Jeid:

03-27-2009 06:59:53 UTC

against

arthexis:

03-27-2009 07:13:22 UTC

for soundtrack (explicit author for)

gill_smoke:

03-27-2009 11:42:21 UTC

for There’s You Tube for a lot of live music. I have been to a website with mp3s of old video game midi SOUNDTRACKs I’ll try to dig up that link.