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This game is a number game... obviously. Girls will try to count up, boys will try to count down (they can even go into the negatives if need be if girls begin extremely poorly). We start at 0. If you are transgender, agender, non-gender, etc., just pick male or female and stick with it for this game to lessen the confusion. No posting twice in a row.EDIT:When girls reach 200, we will have to count down, and guys will count up.EDIT 2.0: GIRLS ARE COUNTING DOWN NOW..EDIT 2.5: Once girls reach -200 or guys reach 300, we will reverse directions again to where guys count down and girls count up.For example: Female user: 1Male user: 0Female user: 1Other female user: 2Male user: 1Female user: 2And so on... for ever and ever... I'll start. 1
Terrifying but awesome and traumatic
RULES: Say the note name (and octave) and what type of note it is (half note, whole note, etc. ) of each note of Beethoven's 5th Symphony (for instance middle C is C4 for those who don't know that kind of ... ummm ... notation)Somebody can start a comment of the a part (flute, violin 1, etc.), then in the replies you say the note name and rhythmDo only one note per reply on a 'part comment'Also you have to say rests (just the rhythm though)I will point out mistakesuse 'b' for flat and '#' for sharpYOU MUST NOT MAKE MISTAKESOR ELSE.... jkthat's the end of the rules so....gameSo i will start the first violin partEDIT: After everybody thinks they are done with the game, then I will grade it (write in musescore 3 to see how close it sounds to classicman's transcription)