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Accompanist — Participant that plays music during the game but doesn’t have to follow the rules.

Agenda of Players — The most general aim that a player wants to achieve when entering a music game.

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Conductor — Participant that makes music without producing sounds directly.

Co-optionality — A feature of a game - being able to be played cooperationally and competitively during a single playthrough.

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Dimension — A scalable Aspect.

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Event — "Anything" in music terms.

Event list — List of events.

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Insert Game — A game easy to be made a part of other musical structures.

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Judge — Participant that affects only the outcome of the game. One of the Roles.

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Player — Participant that takes full part in the game. One of the Roles.

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Roles of participants — A way of participating in a music game (playing, conducting, accompanying or judging).

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Wiki — > A Wiki ([ˈwiː.kiː] <wee-kee> or [ˈwɪ.kiː] <wick-ey>) is a type of website that allows users to add, remove, or otherwise edit and change most content very quickly and easily.

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