MB: An original work, in which all the music and any text are of original creation without depending on pre-existing material to have formed. Small references to other works may exist, but are dwarfed by the vast majority of the work;
MBd: A work centred around pre-existing material, but which departs from its initial presentation into developments that are complex enough to be considered original, as opposed to mere variations;
MB/d: A work consisting of both originals and developments as separate sections;
MBa: A simple arrangement or re-instrumentation of a pre-existing theme with no development sections;
MB/a: A work consisting of both originals and arrangements as separate sections;
MBv: A variation or set of variations on a pre-existing theme;
MBov: A set of variations on an original theme;
MBn: A work consisting of any configuration of developments, arrangements, and/or variations as separate sections;
MB-t: Text by (an)other author(s) set to original music;
MBa-t: Text by (an)other author(s) set to an arrangement;
MBmt: Only the music and musical text are by M. Bulteau;
MBh: A harmonization and/or orchestration of a loose pre-existing melody, usually an exercise;
MBs: A work made purely of pre-existing samples, without notation of any form.
Extra modifiers for musical works:
+: A co-composed work, in which a relevant part of the music writing process isn't exclusive to M. Bulteau;
+t: Only the text is co-written;
ot: Only the text is original.
c: The work includes a video by M. Bulteau.
GAME DESIGN WORK
MC: An original work;
MBC: An original work with an original soundtrack;
MCm: A mod, or a game scenario built using the tools of another game.
MR: An original work, in which all the text is of original creation without depending on pre-existing material to have formed. Small references to other works may exist, but are dwarfed by the vast majority of the work;
MRt: A tribute work, deliberately inspired by pre-existing material but original in writing;
MRa: An adaptation;
MRo: An opinion publication.
Extra modifiers for literary works:
+: a co-written work, in which a relevant part of the writing process isn't exclusive to M. Bulteau.
MX: A work that fits none of the types above, an original assembly of elements from various sources.
ddmmyy: Sole day of writing, or only known date of completion;
ddmmyy-ddmmyy: Start date of writing, followed by the date of completion;
i: On the start date, means the work is incomplete;
”: On the date of completion, means the same year as the start date;
””: On the date of completion, means the same month and year as the start date;
?: Unknown pair of digits;
!!!!!!: Future work.
RELATION TO OTHER WORKS
_ra: The work is a rearrangement of (an)other work(s);
_ras: The work is a rearrangement of a particular section of (an)other work(s);
_rad: The work is a rearrangement of (an)other work(s) with the addition of original development;
_rc: The work recycles material from (an)other work(s);
_rrc: The work recycles previously recycled material from (an)other work(s);
_rrrc: ... and so on;
_rv: The work is a revised version of (an)other work(s);
_xs: The work is an unaltered section taken from another work;
_c: The work is merely a compilation of tracks / movements / sections that were originally other works made separately.
_&: The work has its own material, but also contains (a) movement(s) / section(s) that was / were originally other works made separately.
DATES OF OTHER WORKS
They function like the dates above, except only the single or start date is displayed for each referenced work:
ddmmyy: Sole day of writing, or start date of a referenced work;
ddmmyyi: Start date of an incomplete referenced work;
ddmmyy.ddmmyy: More than one work referenced by the same relation;
Due to their status, incomplete works may reference other works from after their start date.