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GAME MUSIC SURVEY: Help OC ReMix & the University of Wisconsin-Madison!

Friday, October 17th, 2008

Hey guys,

If you enjoy game music enough to take a quick survey (, your answers will help University of Wisconsin-Madison graduate student Chris Russell for his ethnographical study of OC ReMix and game music fans like you!

The survey is brief, asking about your favorite game music, composers, thoughts on being a musician (if you are one), as well as where you fit into the OC ReMix community. If you’re not a musician, just fill in “N/A” (not applicable) for any questions you don’t need to answer. If you’re a lurker or long-time holdout, it’s OK; share your answers on game music, and swing by again! 1,600 ReMixes strong, and we’re still free.

If your responses are good, your answers may be quoted in Chris’s ethnographical study of OC ReMix, both in his paper as well as his presentation at next month’s Art of Record Production conference!

Now Chris is going to hijack my message to tell you a little bit more. Have fun answering the survey, and thanks as always for listening to our community’s music and supporting OC ReMix!

Larry “Liontamer” Oji
Assistant Soundtrack Director, Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix
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Hi everyone -

My name is Chris Russell, a graduate student in Music Theory at the University of Wisconsin at Madison. In about a month, I will be presenting a paper about OC ReMix at the Art of Record Production Conference, a joint academic/industry conference in Lowell, Massachusetts. I’m hoping to ask you all, the OC ReMix community, to help me represent you at this conference by taking a brief survey.

The survey should take no longer than 20-30 minutes, and is intended for all members of the community - whether you’ve got a ReMix up on the site or not. Please take a moment to assist me in this endeavor.

The survey is available at:

Thanks in advance for your time.

Chris Russell
Master’s Candidate in Music Theory
Department of Music
University of Wisconsin - Madison