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AMAPFALAP. As much as possible from as little as possible.
AP. Actual Play is a type of RPG media, but in board gaming, the abbreviation is used for a design issue: Analysis Paralysis
BGG. A common shorthand for Board Game Geek
DAW. Digital Audio Workstation
Dealer. Another name for constructor, especially when operating on cards.
Free Improvisation. [in one of the understandings it's] a synonym for non-idiomatic music
FROMG. The First Rule Of Music Games: "The main aim of playing a music game is to play good music".
Gamer (role). other name for a: Player
GM. Game Master
Hambone. A name for body percussion in African and American context.
Johnny. a category of a player in psychographics, plays for self-expression
LARP. Live action role-playing
Leader problem. See: quarterbacking

NPC. Non-player character
OP. Overpowered [about a strategy or an element of the game]
Playtesting. Part of game development process where you check what the actual game experience is. Key phase of iterative design approach.
Preparation. See: instrument preparation.
Segue. smooth transition
Skill ceiling. see: Learning curve
Skill floor. Minimum skill required to play the game. See: Learning curve

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List of pages tagged with _redirect:

  1. Book Sources
  2. Carl Bergstroem Nielsen
  3. Conducting
  4. Contribute
  5. Creative Exercises
  6. Drum Talk
  7. Formalized Music
  8. Formalized Music Thought And Mathematics In Composition
  9. I Found This Sound For You
  10. Listening Book
  11. More games
  12. Movement for Ears / Rumble Ball / Body Conductor / Dance Conducting
  13. New Games Book
  14. Practical
  15. Skills Exercises
  16. The Audition
  17. The Freemasons
  18. The Impersonator
  19. Two-chord Jam / Six-note Jam
  20. Who Cares If You Listen
  21. Writing Music
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