Seijinohki PC Services/Software Artist contract:
Welcome Artist,
We greatly appreciate you coming, because without you this game would mean nothing.
If you are interested in having your work submitted in "DigiBand: The Downtown Lime Light", please review the following. If you have any questions on what DigiBand is please visit our non commercial site and organization

Submission requirements
-There is no genre Specified, any genre will do fine as long as it meets the other guidelines.
-Music must contain 1 drum track and 1 alternate instrument track that can be emulated playing a guitar controller. A Maximum of 2 alternate tracks will be allowed. A Back Ground track is not required but prefered, this will just 'play' and not have notes.
-The drum track must be submitted, preferably with samples of your kit and sheet music for accuracy. The sheet music can be in a text doc of sorts (word, notepad, etc.) or a static image.
-The alternate instrument track must be submitted as a single instrument audio file, preferably with little to no background noise.
-The BGM track follows the same guidelines as the alternate instrument track.
-Finally all audio encoded digitally must be in either FLAC, Wave, or Highest quality MP3/OGG

How to Submit:
You will need to e-mail your submission to: with the following:
-A sample of your song to submit,
-Your name, address, and telephone number

If your submission is selected a contract will be mailed to the submitting/representing artists address, and we should get back to you within 24 hrs.
If you would like to view a copy of the contract now, you can click here:Artist Contract.

Thank you for your interest,
The Seijinohki PC Services staff.

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