Music guidelines

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This page is for making submission for yourself and to submit music that you own, if you want to suggest a music artist then go to this page instead.

If it's your first time submitting content or if you haver never used the register page, please register yourself before submitting content.

Join our Discord Server, there will be a "OutFox Serenity" category with channels to talk with others, submit content, request feedback and get updates. If you don't want to join a Discord Server, you can also submit directly to our Github Repository by Forking and creating a Pull Request, be sure you're submitting changes to the correct branch as we constantly make use of different branches depending on the volume and season.

Use the Submit Music button above to submit songs. Submitted songs will be stored in our database and, before each season, we will vote between all songs to see which ones are selected for that volume and season, if you song hasn't been selected for the next volume/season it DOES NOT mean that it won't be selected for future volumes/seasons, we try our best to balance time and songs to give a good experience for the community to create charts and graphic with their care and time.

If your song is licensed under Creative Commons then we will store it under our public Github Repository, otherwise will only bundle it with releases. ("Stems" will be hosted in our Github Repository regardless of the license)


  • Must be licensed under a a free content license that allows for unrestricted distribution, modification, and commercial use. We recommend using the Creative Commons Attribution (CC-BY) or Attribution-Share Alike (CC-BY-SA) licenses, as they are common and recognized terms;
  • Must be your own original work (no remixes/covers, unless they’re based on public domain media like classical music pieces; You may also remix other participants' submissions);
  • Cannot contain copyrighted material (e.g., using samples/stems from copyright-protected media; Samples and other stems obtained from services like Splice is okay);
  • The song's content can be a maximum of "PG-13" in intensity;
  • Ideally, length should be around 2 minutes for step game types (e.g., pump, dance) and up to 4 minutes for non-step gametypes (e.g., gh, pomu, bemu);
  • Provide your submissions using a lossless format like WAV or FLAC (we’ll handle the conversion process);
  • Have a good mix and mastering to make sure it will sound good on most audio setups. If you have trouble with mixing/mastering, try asking other artists for help.

By participating in this event, you agree to follow the guidelines described above. Content that does not meet the guidelines will not be included in the community pack. Giving feedback to other participants is wholeheartedly welcome, but remember to always be constructive and respectful, and remain in compliance with the Project OutFox community guidelines. Our community is designed to be a positive environment for everyone: keep drama out of the discussions, and do not harass, slander, threaten others for any reason. FAILING TO DO SO WILL RESULT IN DISQUALIFICATION. 

If you have any further questions, don’t hesitate and feel free to contact OutFox Team members for more information.