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Old 03-09-2008, 09:39 PM   #151
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I feel like this album has less cohesion than my symphonic. Sure, in the symphonic, that was the point, but, still, it's pissing me off.

I need a good opener for my second disc, and I don't have one.

My playlist takes some risks, I even have a ska band thrown in there.
I'm sure you realize this, but just in case, I'll point out that you don't have to have it set up as two separate discs. It can be one long playlist as well, as long as the total time doesn't exceed 160 minutes.
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I'm sure you realize this, but just in case, I'll point out that you don't have to have it set up as two separate discs. It can be one long playlist as well, as long as the total time doesn't exceed 160 minutes.
Thanks for looking out for me, and I am aware.

I have two different sounds for the two discs. The first disc is much more of a rock disc, whereas the second disc is a little bit darker and simpler.

Question: Is there a minimum minute count? Mine is probably going to end up being right around 2 hours, is that alright?
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There is no minimum to go by, although if your list is drastically shorter, some people might dock you points.

Khan's last playlist was shorter, and it did get some comments. It might not have helped in the voting, although she had great stuff on there.
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OK, thanks for the info.

Yeah, I feel like the second disc needs something, but I can't put my finger on what. Lots of work to be done still.
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OK, thanks for the info.

Yeah, I feel like the second disc needs something, but I can't put my finger on what. Lots of work to be done still.

Even with the signup thread appearing tomorrow, it will be 2-3 weeks before we actually start, so take your time.
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Khan's last playlist was shorter, and it did get some comments. It might not have helped in the voting, although she had great stuff on there.
yeah, that kinda ticked me off. i was like...what, do you want me to add subpar filler on there just to get it closer? but thanks
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Hey, question for you Khan.

We obviously can't post the links for everyone's list in the threads, but would I be allowed to post a link to a web page that was for Desert Island? The web page then would have links to the playlists.

This way, people are not going to the links directly from Interference - there's another site in between.

Would this technically be ok?
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Hey, question for you Khan.

We obviously can't post the links for everyone's list in the threads, but would I be allowed to post a link to a web page that was for Desert Island? The web page then would have links to the playlists.

This way, people are not going to the links directly from Interference - there's another site in between.

Would this technically be ok?
you mean like a page where all the links to download would be? i'm not sure if that'd be allowed either since that's kind of the same thing, unfortunately.
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Yeah, I was thinking of creating a Desert Island site and having all the info. there for people to see. It would obviously have the links to go download on there.

I figured it was a long shot. Of course, I could always do it as a blog and just have it conveniently located in my sig or something.
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I figured it was a long shot. Of course, I could always do it as a blog and just have it conveniently located in my sig or something.
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i'm so psyched for the desert island competition. i'm really confident of my playlist. and this time no one can say it's too short, i'm only a couple minutes short of the max
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You people have been quiet since I left, huh?

Just having a quiet day here too, since it's too hot to really do much ...
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Yeah, I was thinking of creating a Desert Island site and having all the info. there for people to see. It would obviously have the links to go download on there.

I figured it was a long shot. Of course, I could always do it as a blog and just have it conveniently located in my sig or something.
What about a website that has all the info, i.e. the rules, everybody's tracklists, and it just so happens to be links too? It's not explicitly filesharing, it's a central page with EVERYTHING for the tournament.
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