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Just something I want to say for a long time...for all several months I've been staying on OS and visiting every day, I've seen some pretty interesting behaviors of OS users.That is people have been composing and posting things without naming them all the time,

such as this one: https://onlinesequencer.net/508661

and this one: https://onlinesequencer.net/397819

I'm not saying it's the problem with composition...but as you can see, both untitled pieces are posted anonymously, so if I decide to work on these pieces and changed too much context, the 'based on' link won't appear. It's also really difficult to give credit to the original composers.Therefore I suggest composers to give titles to their pieces so that viewers will have a better time looking for your pieces.
The first one is definitely Shape of You.
Not sure about the second though, but I mean I agree with this.

Now the only reason why we don't name our sequences is just that sometimes we are too uninspired or the sequence is just a scrap sequence that doesn't deserve a name.
(06-14-2017, 06:34 PM)LucentTear Wrote: [ -> ]The first one is definitely Shape of You.
Not sure about the second though, but I mean I agree with this.

Now the only reason why we don't name our sequences is just that sometimes we are too uninspired or the sequence is just a scrap sequence that doesn't deserve a name.

Thanks for replying, and I understand that sometimes we don't get to think of a name before we actually finish the sequence, but it's just that it's hard to track the sequences without a name because they are literally everywhere.

and yes, I really didn't choose to listen to Shape of You even though it's popular.
and now it's time to make up for the mistake: https://onlinesequencer.net/36947

this is also untitled.