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Count until a Pro user comments

Inspired the game over at MyAnimeList (, let's count upwards and see how far we can go until a count breaker (listed below) comments and makes us start over.
(The title is kept for historical significance. Count breakers were Pro users with 200+ followers in Season 1)

- A player may only post once every 24 hours** or after another player has posted, whichever comes first.
- A post by a count breaker (listed below) restarts the count (that post is 0).
- The count must go up in order (no missing numbers).
- A counter who holds the last post of a run of at least 10 becomes a place holder.
- A counter can only hold one place at a time. If they win a run that is higher than their record on the board, their record is updated; otherwise, the run is ignored and not placed.***
- Top 3 place holders become count breakers next season (this includes staff).
- The season restarts every 12 pages.
- A run is allowed to spill into the next season, up to a maximum of one page. The new count breakers start as soon as the count is broken or when the count reaches the second page, whichever comes first.*
- MuseScore staff (those with the "staff" badge) count as normal, but they can additionally nullify a count breaker's 0 post and turning it into a regular count post by posting immediately after it (i.e. with no post in between). The staff's post should be x+2, where x is the number in the post immediately before the count was broken.****

* Introduced in Season 3
** Introduced in Season 6
*** Introduced in Season 7
**** Introduced in Season 10

As a courtesy, if your post is wrong because someone posted before you, edit your post instead of deleting it.

Current Season: Season 11
Next Season: Page 133

Count breakers for Season 11:
- Jaybird1
- LeptuneX
- Pianodudette

Example (* means a count breaker, ** means staff):
1. A: 1
2. B: 2
3. C: 3
4. D*: 0
5. C: 1
6. E*: 0 :P
7: F**: 3 :P :P
8: A: 4
... and so on.

Records for Season 11 (records start at 10):
1. CountryHomes, 12:

All-time record: 630, mike320 (Season 4):

Records for Season 1:
Records for Season 2:
Records for Season 3:
Records for Season 4:
Records for Season 5:
Records for Season 6:
Records for Season 7:
Records for Season 8:
Records for Season 9:
Records for Season 10:

I'll start: 1

Wir veranstalteten einen Hochzeitsplaner

"Wir veranstalteten einen Hochzeitsplaner - die wunderbare Sarah Sweet-Rowley von Sweet Events. Wir hatten nicht vor, einen Hochzeitsplaner zu rekrutieren, aber es war großartig, auf Sarah zählen zu können. Sie kümmerte sich um die Organisation des Festzeltes, das Mieten der Möbel, den Aufbau bei einem Caterer und war vor Ort, um alles in Ordnung zu bringen und sicherzustellen, dass tagsüber alles gut läuft. wenn wir Schwierigkeiten hätten, unsere Ideen in die Praxis umzusetzen!

Der Pavillon, in dem wir unsere Zeremonie und den Nachmittagstee hatten 
abendkleider lang mit ärmel
, war so schön, dass wir nicht viel tun mussten, sondern die Blumen hinzufügen! Es gab einen riesigen Kamin mit einem Kamin, über dem wir die Hochzeitsfotos unserer Eltern und Großeltern postierten. Nach der Zeremonie wurden im Pavillon Tische für den Nachmittagstee aufgestellt. Wir wollten, dass die Tische einladen, also trug jeder eine Vielzahl von Schmuckstücken, die wir in Auto- und Wohltätigkeitsstiefelläden gefunden hatten. Es enthielt alte Dosen, Stapel alter Bücher 
ballkleider große größen
, alte Glasflaschen und kleine Ornamente. 


GAME TIME PEEPS: Keyboard Slammer

There's this game on a forum I'm on, and it's super fun. All you have to do is: slam/drag (don't break!) your fingers across the keyboard and make a sentence out of the string of letters in the post above you. 

For example: 

Now here's the sentence: 
Sodas don't flippin steal living rooms shining free ski kebab jams. 

As long as nothing's explicit, have fun! 
Here's for the first reply: 

Inspirational Challenge Rubric

uh...judges? Are you still here lol xD

Anyway just a reminder to you guys to get your results in as soon as you can, since we can announce the winner as soon as you do so :P
Here's the rubric:

10 automatic points for following the contest criteria
10 points for being pleasant to listen to
5 points for having interesting melodies, chords, etc. (though in this context the "chords" part doesn't really apply)
5 points for creativity/uniqueness (or trying new stuff)
1 bonus point for being the first submission :P (though if you rush it you might not score as high on the above criteria :P)
1 bonus point for having the piece be exactly 2 mins long
Total: 30 points (though it is possible to get 31/30 or 32/30)
Submissions are listed in the original contest discussion, in the order they were submitted.
Please pm me your results once you're done! The winner will be the person who has the highest mean score. 

@mnmwert @Overripe_Toad606 

What key to go to with the G7?

I am composing my first bagatelle right now. I decided to do it in rondo form and in a major key. Not only that, but I went for my avoid key, C major. As you can probably tell, I usually avoid composing in C major. Why? Because it sounds boring, Why? Because a hint of chromaticism makes me question whether or not I am modulating to another key.

Anyway, I have a G7 harmony and following that, 4 measures of a first ending with C major harmony. Now, I want to go somewhere else with this G7. I can think of a few keys that G7 can convincingly lead to. G major for obvious reasons is one key that G7 can convincingly lead to, at least if it is in an inversion. A minor is also convincingly lead to by treating the G7 as the subtonic. I can go to F also, if I resolve the G7 to C first.

I was thinking of reserving the minor key for when I get to the C section. So that means that I am leading to a major key other than C major. But it is hard for me to decide whether I should go to F major or G major, or a key not as closely related to C major(and note, I do think of the parallel minor as being closely related but I don't think of the mediant minor as being closely related at all).