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The guidelines here cover the manual of style and format of music articles. Please refrain from altering or adding to the format without consent of an admin.

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Images

For information on the image policy regarding music, please read the page on our Image Policy.


Music

This follows and explains the guidelines for the music page.

Opening & Ending(s)

This section is to list the opening and ending singles of the visual novel.

Original Soundtrack(s)

This section is to list the original soundtracks of the visual novel.

Arrangement CDs

This section is to list the arrangement soundtracks of the visual novel.

Drama CDs

This section is to list the drama CDs of the visual novel.


Singles

Opening and Ending themes are most likely this type of CD and thus belong to this category type.

Start off the article by stating the single's name, artist(s), and listing the song(s) that the single contains that pertain to the anime.

Tracklist

Fill out the tracklist of the single with the following code:

Example:

{| class="article-table" border="1" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1" style="width: 500px;"
|-
! scope="col" |<center>No.</center>
! scope="col" |<center>Track Name</center>
! scope="col" |<center>Length</center>
|-
|<small>1.</small>
|<small>[[Alka Tale]]</small>
|<small>0:00</small>
|}


Original Soundtracks

Original Soundtracks are CDs that contain the BGM used in the visual novel.

Start off the article by stating the soundtracks's name and composer(s).

Tracklist

Follow the same information provided under 'Singles' tracklist above.


Songs

For the individual songs contained in any form of media.

Start off the article by stating the songs's romanization name, artist(s), track number, and it's media source.

Lyrics

Provide the kanji, rōmaji, and english lyrics. For the English lyrics, you may provide them yourself. Do NOT re-post translated lyrics found on blogs or other websites, unless you are directly given permission by the translator. Refusing to acquire permission could result in a ban. When you do post lyrics, you must state in your edit summary that you either translated the song yourself or you have acquired permission from the translator. Remember to reference and link the source (be it a blog or wherever the translator is found) in a reference tag.

In regards to opening and ending songs, under the "Lyrics" header provide under sub-headers "Full Ver." and "Game Size" lyrics. You may also post a video of the opening/ending sequence and provide a list of characters in the order that they appear.

Example:

{| border="1" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1" class="article-table" style="width: 100%"
|-
! scope="col"|<center>Kanji</center>
! scope="col"|<center>Rōmaji</center>
! scope="col"|<center>English</center>
|-
|<small>Kanji Lyrics</small>
|<small>Romaji Lyrics</small>
|<small>English Lyrics</small>
|-
|<small>Kanji Lyrics</small>
|<small>Romaji Lyrics</small>
|<small>English Lyrics</small>
|-
|<small>Kanji Lyrics</small>
|<small>Romaji Lyrics</small>
|<small>English Lyrics</small>
|}