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CALLING ALL MUSICIANS & AUDIO CURATORS! We’re going to be making a Music Video for the song “You Got All You Need” - come & play along with the song in the great outdoors! To support this collaboration, we’re really excited to announce that SONY is going to be sending out FIFTY new Music Video Recorders (SONY HDR-MV1) to some of the more prominent and established musicians in our community!


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MUSICIANS: Play along to THIS SONG & RECord video yourself in Nature performing your part. You can download THIS ZIP containing all of the material you'll need to contribute.


AUDIO CURATORS: We're really excited to announce that SONY will be sending out FIFTY new Music Video Recorders (SONY HDR-MV1) to some of the more prominent and established musicians in our community. Anyone in the community can make an Album of the Audio RECords on the site that they're inspired by and contribute it the collab. The curation process will be the same as the SONY RX100ii campaign in 2013. Please contribute Albums no later than TUESDAY, April 22nd at 12pm PST.


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  • Please shoot all of your video footage at 24fps.

  • Frame your shots so the outdoor environment around you can clearly be seen.

  • We want to use the audio from your camera, so please don't film on a windy day or in a windy area.

  • Anyone can contribute to this collaboration. You do not need to be the recipient of a SONY HDR-MV1 to get involved with this project.


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CALLING ALL WRITERS & TEXT CURATORS! The visual world of our "Swimming" collaboration is developing along extremely well & the next step is finding a complete Story - contribute your writing & text curation so we can make a Short Film together.


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WRITERS: Finish the story that's been started with THIS ANIMATIC. Please refer to this THIS STORY TREATMENT for additional inspiration for where your story could go. You could break your story down into scenes, or upload a text record with a list of bullet points for your story.


TEXT CURATORS: Make an Album of your favorite story contributions, or remix others' text records into your own story.


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CALLING ALL GRAPHIC DESIGNERS! Our FIRST DRAFT of the HITRECORD ON TV Season 1 Box Set is due April 21st, and we need more Page Layouts from the community. Contribute your Visuals for this collection ASAP!


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GRAPHIC DESIGNERS: Create more Page Design Layouts for each episode's book using THESE TEMPLATES. Your Layouts can be based on pieces that aired on the TV show, or they can be theme-related. Please refer to THESE EXAMPLES that've been designed by the community so far.


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IMPORTANT NOTE: Please contribute your Page Layouts ASAP as our FIRST DRAFT is due Monday, April 21st.


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CALLING ALL WRITERS, VO ARTISTS, & CURATORS! 12.42 is going to be the Resident Director of Animation for a new Short Film based on the "Herbert & Isle" characters - get involved by contributing your writing, voice overs, & curation!


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WRITERS: Write a Short Story, Poem, or Treatment based on the characters of "Herbert & Isle."


VOICE OVER ARTISTS: Perform a Voice Over for a Text Record from the collab you like.


CURATORS: Make an Album of your favorite contributions to the collab.


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NOTE: Please refer to THIS ALBUM of records curated by 12.42 for inspiration and a sense of what the mood of the Short Film could be.


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Hi everyone,


As we discussed in THIS VIDEO, we will be posting replies to the community's Profit Proposal feedback for each episode of HITRECORD ON TV. The community will then have one week to review our replies and include any additional feedback. After this additional round of feedback has concluded, we will post Final Profits. In some instances feedback was already replied to in the original threads or in separate text records.


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RE: PATTERNS // PROFIT PROPOSAL FEEDBACK


Please provide any additional feedback on the replies below by Friday, April 18th - thanks!


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HITRECORD ON TV / RE: Patterns / Profit Proposals --- Profit Doc HERE


littlething: I have a quick question and (I hope it's not too late) I realized last night that over here at this profit proposal for Act 1: Trash http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1537183 For the Front Lawn Freak (Live Venue Footage) everyone in that "category" is being paid $94.72 and I am getting $46.85. I don't know if that was a mistake or maybe it's not.. I just kinda did a double take and was a little confused by it. I hope to hear back, thank you! Ps I had such a ball working with you all. x


-> @littlething: Hi, we reviewed the Profit Proposal and because you had two separate Live Venue Footage records, they each totaled $94.72 - which is the value allocated to a contributing artist with one Live Venue Footage record. We felt this was a fair way to distribute percentages in cases of multiple Live Venue Footage records.


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Phil the Ross: Hey HitRecorders, I'm thrilled to be included in a small way in the credits of the episode. That said, and in a way I hate to bring it up, but I don't actually hear my contribution. Can you give me an idea of how my record was used? Cheers, Phil


-> @Phil the Ross: Hi, thanks for your feedback. We reviewed the Final Mix used on air and you are correct - your Vocals are not included. We had resourced an earlier mix where your audio was used, but the final episode mix used KamPAIGNS's. This will be reflected in the Final Profits. Thanks again for bringing this to our attention!


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arosevan: I was notified one or more of my REcords was being used, but I can't find it anywhere listed. I assumed my moon was used in the Family Patterns short film, but it's not listed as so.


-> @arosevan: Thanks for the comment! You are listed in the Profit Proposal for this Image RECord: http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1462905.


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HITRECORD ON TV / ACT 1 / RE: Patterns / Profit Proposals --- Profit Doc HERE


KaliBali: The cell phone images http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1464925 were a remix of consh's record http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1464186.


-> @KaliBali: Thanks for clarifying this! We will add that resource into the Final Profits.


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ilovecupcakes: I noticed that I was not included with concept for the episode.http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1327412 (Patterns RE: TV Theme)


-> @ilovecupcakes: You are right! We will add this into the Final Profits.


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Consh: I wasn't credited on this episode but I have two drawings on the short Family Patterns: - http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1464211 ; the search bar on Dad's laptop - http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1464186 ; the sports website on son's cell phone and dad's laptop. I hope you can fix it because I was super happy when I saw my work on it and not so happy when I didn't saw my name on this list... Thank you.


-> @Consh: Thanks for the comment! You are right, both of these RECords will be added into the Final Profits.


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epocadofim: Hey guys, thanks again for using so much of my content in this episode! That said, one of my records was missed both in crediting and proposal. My image cut out stars 2 (1386912) was used at the tail end of the spirals in nature cold open, constituting a large amount of the background of space at the end of this animation. Both folly a's citations and quickly watching this piece confirm this. Aside from that, everything seems in order. :)


-> @epocadofim: You are right! We will add this resource into the Final Profits.


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lyrictician: I seemed to have been missed for my vocals singing the "Set it up" section of Carnival Tequila with Ashes2Ashes. It plays during the opening monologue at the 2:14 mark of the episode. Here's the stems: http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1293694 and here's the reference mix for quick reference:http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1293695. I'm given credit for the vocals on the hitrecorderly #4, but it would be cool to get it for the show too. Thanks!


-> @lyrictician: Hi, that’s correct! We will be adding your record 1293694 to the Final Profits.


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Anais10: I've seen my record 3 times I think (http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1399683) between all the images after the cold open "spirals in nature" but I don't see it in the profit proposal. Thanks again


-> @Anais10: Thanks for addressing this. We will add your resource into the Final Profits.


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Proi: My record Slow Galaxy: http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1352828 Appears eeeever so briefly in the flash of images after the cold open. I realize that it's probably too brief for a credit, but I thought I'd point it out mainly because I've seen the same collage used on promos for the episode, and Jared mentioned those would get their own profit proposal. Thanks!


-> @Proi: Hi, we will add your resource into the Final Profits. Thanks!


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spaceship: Under Spirals in Nature, the white section, FollyA should be receiving more for his animation work. How much more? I don't know. To be fair, it utilizes a lot of records from the community, and that shouldn't be underestimated, either. But, knowing of all the work that must have gone into turning Joe's idea into reality, and all the previous versions leading up to the final one in the show, something tells me that FollyA receiving just under $500 is not enough.


andyramone: Agree with Spaceship re: FollyA's Cold Open animation. Something approaching 50% would feel fairer to me.


-> @spaceship, @andyramone: Hi, thanks for the feedback. We do feel that FollyA should receive a higher percentage of 36.59% for this animation. This will be adjusted in the Final Profits.


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anybarra83: Hey guys, thanks for having all these up so fast! The %'s on the illustrations look great under "Sleep Cycle". Also, I did want to make note that my image record "Ceiling Fan" was not a prop, it was a backdrop (http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1463559) I will make sure to name my records better in the future because that might have helped when decided the break down. Anyway, I was wondering if the .08% that it received can be changed to the same as the other backdrops I see above (listed as 1.20%)? Thank you guys! I am still reviewing the profits, but wanted to go ahead and note that one :)


-> @anybarra83: Hi, can you please provide a timecode in “Sleep Cycle” to where you see this used as a backdrop rather than a prop? We can then review it further. The full short film is on the site here: http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1542398


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aszarkowski: hello! i also contributed the RE: Patterns theme concept as a TV Show Theme. thanks!http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1332804 & http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1326240.


-> @aszarkowski: That’s correct! Your text record will be added to the Final Profits.


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Phil the Ross: Hi team, just wanted to clarify something. I'm credited for an audio record in the opening credit sequence (I recorded vocals for jeffpeff's instrumental) but listening to the show I don't hear my vocals. Was there an alternate version that didn't make the cut? Just curious. Thanks so much for the consideration by the way, and great show!


-> @Phil the Ross: Hi, thanks for your feedback. We reviewed the Final Mix used on air and you are correct - your Vocals are not included. We had resourced an earlier mix where your audio was used, but the final episode mix used KamPAIGNS's. This will be reflected in the Final Profits. Thanks again for bringing this to our attention!


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Jerad: I think that TravelingGonzo should have gotten more considering it is his story that inspired Mr. Krasinski's short film. Compare Mr. Krasinski's payout for adapting his story to TravelingGonzo's payout for his real life story. Also the audio contributors throughout the show seem to be getting uneven amounts. I get that this is done because more is allocated to highlights of the show and thus the audio contributor gets more. Talking specifically, compare the audio of the Re: Re: Remix to the sleep cycle intro or 1-2 1-2. Because there is less being allocated to these latter sections less is being given to the audio contributors despite the runtimes being similar to the audio in higher paying sections….


spaceship: I have to second Jerad regarding a need to increase TravelingGonzo's percentage for "Sleep Cycle". It deserves to be considerably higher than 6.97 percent.


-> @Jerad, @spaceship: 1) We reviewed the allocated percentages for “Sleep Cycle” and feel that percentages for the production’s text records are fairly distributed. Mr. Krasinski’s remix was a screenplay that was based on the concept within TravelingGonzo’s text record. We feel that the 6.97% allocated to TravelingGonzo’s text record and 13.34% allocated to Mr. Krasinski’s text record are fair distributions. 2) @Jerad: Every production is unique, and the records that make up each production are different each time. But in each Proposal, the individual records are reviewed and a percentage is allocated in the way we think is fair and as consistent as possible across all of the various productions of the season. Hope that helps clarify!


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fractaldust: hi! i've been miscredited on the Patterns Cold Open. the RECord in question is this: http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1385120 which has been attributed as an image RECord. it is actually primarily a text RECord (#1) which led to hurricanes being included in the cold open, i.e. i should be credited along with RegularJOE for the thinking up the spiral elements that were used (though obviously he came up with most of them!) it is ALSO an image RECord (#2), as i believe the hurricane image i included as reference was used in the final animation. but additionally, and this part is a bit confusing, this record was used to orient the DNA spiral (#3), as i explained thoroughly how the observable logarithmic spiral found in DNA is not the instantly recognizable double helix viewed length-wise, but instead the spiral found when looking from within. i know you guys don't normally credit for mathematical and scientific insight/contributions :P but i figured i'd ask just in case. anyway, it is such an honor to have helped FollyA create the INCREDIBLE cold open animation that our seeglobes were treated to on national television! FollyA, you did a REALLY lovely job with it. thanks for letting me use my math brain to help out. <3


-> @fractaldust: Hi. Though your record is primarily a text record, it was not a resource of RegularJOE’s 1384619 text record (tori and bfinlayson were the text resources). The record was resourced as an image record because it was part of FollyA’s visual animation and we feel the percentage fairly represents how it was used in the final production.


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KaliBali: I think the wrong gas umbrella is listed here. You have msgringles's animationhttp://www.hitrecord.org/records/1476966 listed, I think mine was used http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1477585. Mine is the one that opens and closes like in the piece.


-> @KaliBali: Thanks! We agree with you, we will add 1477585 into the Final Profits.


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BEATZ_BY_B-DON: Guys, you forgot to reference the final song for this act, "The Bold and the Brave [preview] - Instrumental" It does not show up on the profit proposal for RE: Patterns http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1447100. Thanks in advance!


-> @BEATZ_BY_B-DON: Thanks for letting us know! We will add that resource in the Final Credits.


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babylove: Though I really don't think you would short-change jeffpeff, I got the feeling that when he released all 10 bricks and the reference mix for Either/Order, that he had more of a hand in also creating/composing the stuff than to be referenced only 3 times in the proposal for it. But then again, I dunno nuthing. oh, by the way...are you going to put the final cut of Either/Order up on the site? You haven't yet, right?


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1) Some of jeffpeff’s contributions to this production were done as an employee of the TV production for which he received a salary for. Therefore certain contributions were not included in the community profits, as he was paid separately for them from the television show budget.


2) The final version of “Either/Order” will not be going up on the site as of now, but was available to contributing artists of the ‘RE: Patterns’ collaborations so they could review it after Profit Proposals for the episode were posted.


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KitchCat: Hi guys you got everything but the rat drawings I contributed which I'm pretty sure were used. Original drawings here- http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1474537 Shuttersmiths remix of these here- http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1477703 and http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1477756.


-> @KitchCat: Correct! We will add that resource in the Final Profits. Thanks!


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honeysaeb: I'm in in awe about my bumper footage was even used but I'm not sure why I got 50%. Totally happy, just confused.


-> @honeysaab: Hi, there were two bumpers in that Act, therefore each bumper received 50% each - totaling 100% for that Act’s Bumpers. You were the sole contributing artist to your bumper (and you receieve 100% of it), and you’ll see that the other bumper had multiple contributing artists, whose percentages all equal the other 50% of the Act's Bumpers. Hope that helps clarify!


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mrsgingles: First off, I'm really honored to be part of the "History Repeating Itself"-collab and I think it turned out amazing. But what I don't see is why some records, like grinline's "Beast Animation" or my "Gasmask" animations are listed as Image Records when they are obviously animated. Drawing the actual key frames and even coming up with a way to animate something from scratch takes a lot more time and effort than a simple image.


-> @mrsgingles: Hi, any mislabeled records were done so accidentally. Our Development Team will continue to work on our Monetization Software in an effort to have all record types properly labeled. Currently, part of our process includes labeling items on the spreadsheet by hand, but we’ll be working to get this more automated.


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KaliBali: Hey guys, I've been thinking about History Repeats itself again, and was wondering if screen time plays into the percentages for the different animations? The survivalist (http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1478183) is on the screen for quite sometime compared to some of the other animations with a higher percentage. Maybe it can get a slightly higher percentage than what it has now?


-> @KaliBali: Hi, thanks for your question. In some instances screentime does factor in to a record’s percentage, but determining percentages is always going to be unique and based on how the record feels in terms of its role in any given piece. The survivalist animation is allotted .87%, but another factor to consider is that art.widjet.de’s illustrated resource was given .53%. As a whole, the two records of the survivalist equal 1.4%. We feel that is an accurate representation of that portion of the production.


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2wonder: Hello. Thank you again for this and for including my works on act1 and 2. Just an inquiry on either/order and to better understand how percentages and decisions work. My brick 9 silhouette remix was used almost all through out the segment but only got 1.92%. Is it because it was color edited (even though it seems the other records were color edited too) and revised by HQ and i'm not the one who edited it? How is this different with other segments where the remix version is higher than the raw footage/resource? I'm not saying the remix deserve a 2.66%. I think aszarkowski did a good job with the performance and she deserves the credit. I was just wondering why my rec has a really low percentage overall on the list even if the silhouette idea was used and prominent til' the end. Would 2.08% for the remix be a decent fit atleast? Again, thank you very much for the inclusion. I just want to better understand how percentages are decided.


-> @2wonder: Hi, thanks for your comment. The allocation of percentages to the individual animations represented how they were used in the production. For instance, the Russian Doll animation received a total of 4.96%. And that 4.96% was divided amongst the two contributors in the way we felt was fairest. The Brick 9 animation that you did of aszarkowski was allocated a total of 4.58%, because that is what we felt was the fairest for that piece (and we felt it should receive about .4% or so less than the Russian Doll animation.) The 4.58% was then divided amongst yourself and aszarkowski - and we what we proposed was aszarkowski receive 2.66% and your record would receive 1.92% - totaling the 4.58% for the animated piece as a whole. We do think this is a fair breakdown of the animation within the entire production, as well as the two resources within it. Hope that helps clarify!


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anybarra83: Also, I forgot to mention that my 'GREEN lined paper' http://www.hitrecord.org/records/1477115 was accidentally left off of the above proposal.


-> @anybarra83: You’re right, we will add 1477115 into the Final Profits. Thanks!


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anybarra83: Hey guys! I am not sure if this is possible, but I would be willing to share 100% of my profits under "History Repeats Itself" with mrsgingles. I feel her animations deserve a higher percentage. Also, I completely understand her confusion in regards to her GIFS being labeled as "image record" - in a previous profit (games) they had them listed as "graphics" which is probably more of a generic term. I think there should definitely be a distinction between "GIFS" and "image record" though so there is not any confusion as to why they should receive a higher percentage. Anyway, on this particular section all I did was scan in the images above, and although Wirrow was kind enough to tell me how much he appreciated all of my scans, I really would like to just receive the credit on this part and share the profit with those that spent their time actually designing their animation/gifs instead. I know it's not much, but hey every little bit adds up right? :)


I speak whale: Re: MrsGingles, I understand what she's saying. My 1999 animation was paid the same amount as was ponytalesandcapris' 1666 animation. Even though it was an animation of someone else's original single drawing, I still had to come up with how to animate it, which took 22 hand drawn frames (plus a few repeats) scan them in, make it into a video, etc. It took a bit of time to do that. (It was my pleasure, of course). So, I'm not sure if "videos" are split differently than "images". But I do kinda feel like they should be paid closer to the same amount as the original single image. I also feel there should be a distinction between types. So, anyhoo… Thanks for including a few of my contributions. It was a bast. :)


-> @anybarra83, @I speak whale: Hi, thanks for the feedback from both of you regarding .gifs. To clarify, each contribution in the Profit Proposals was reviewed based on the way they were used in the episodes. We do acknowledge that some of the animation records appear in the Profit Proposals listed as “Image.” This is something we are going to need to improve internally with our software and organization so that the records are more accurately labeled, and we apologize for any confusion. We do feel that the Profit Proposals are a fair distribution for each record, as we feel the original illustrations should be allotted the current percentages because they were identified as the aesthetic for Animators to proceed with.


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JustCallMeRyan: First of all, I'd like to thank everyone working to put these profit proposals together. However, I think a record of mine was forgotten in this. The record "(Huge Applause) Ryan is Ecstatic" appears for a brief moment at the 21:28 mark. I would like to stress that this isn't really a concern of payment (as brief as my record appears, I'm not expecting much, anyway). This is mainly an issue of credit. Again, though, thanks for everyone's hard work in putting these together. :)


-> @JustCallMeRyan: Thanks for the comment! You are correct, we will add 1431235 into the Final Profits.


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lyrictician: Thank you Hitrecord! The turn around on the proposals are outstanding. I do, however, question the fairness of the audio spilts for WCGBA. I see that audio tracks that are uploaded individually are each given an even 0.66%, but multiple tracks that are taken from a single zip file are counted as one, and are not given credit. This, I believe, will encourage the use of individual records as opposed to zips. I am only credited 0.66% for my zip file, from which at least three separate tracks of electric guitar were used in the final mix (one clean during the mid, and two overdriven, panned left and right during the final build). Others, however, had multiple tracks used but because they were uploaded as separate records, they receive credit for each. Perhaps a distinction between records and audio files should be established to create a more fair split. I see that Joerud's zip file is listed twice. I would like to believe that this is due to him having two audio files used in the final mix, both of which were taken from the same zip file. If this is the case, I think it is the right thing to do, but should be done for all as well. Thank you.


-> @lyrictician: 1) This is a very valid point, and your ZIP will be revised to represent the 3 contributions. 2) Good call on the joerud ZIP. This was intended to be included once, though upon further review, we will be increasing the percentages of this record to reflect the 4 elements that were resourced within the ZIP. Thanks again for the feedback!


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spaceship: I have to second joerud, though it's tempting to say that, in this case, the contributing musicians beside ppeppina deserve more than the approx. 1% payouts for their contributions, which would in turn affect the amount that ppeppina would receive.


-> @spaceship: We agree that the audio resources could stand to be increased within the production. We appreciate the feedback!


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Susan.Claxton: I'm very grateful and very happy to be a part of such a large collaboration. Everything looks good to me, except that I didn't see credit given for my video contribution in WCGBA, only the audio files. Either way, I'm happy just to be apart of something so exciting. Thanks!


-> @Susan.Claxton: You are absolutely correct! We will add 1393695 to the Final Profits.

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EVERYONE: Contribute a Text Record with your HITRECORD ON TV Season 2 Theme idea. CONTRIBUTE HERE


GRAPHIC DESIGNERS & CURATORS: For our HITRECORD ON TV Season 1 Box Set collab, Create Page Design Layouts for each episode's book using THESE TEMPLATES. Make Albums of Text & Images for a single section idea for each episode's book. CONTRIBUTE HERE


WRITERS & CURATORS: Write a Fake Film Synopsis for your favorite visual contributions to the "Scenes From a Fictional Film" collab. Make an Album of 10 Postcards from the collaboration that you think would work well together as a set. CONTRIBUTE HERE


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