FFR categories, more commonly named Genres, are subdivisions that are used to group files having the same characteristics (usually for being relatively similar in style). Over the years, categories that represent a specific genre have broadened to a point that their usage has been questioned.
Complementary to the Dance category. It was added due to the size of the original Dance category.
Any other type of music that isn't classifiable in the other categories. Most notably, it contains non-danceable forms of electronic music (idm, breakcore, some drum and bass, speedcore and some hardcore) as well as experimental music, ambient, glitch and some jazz, industrial, pop and regional music. It's a mess.
- Main article : Secret (FFR Category)
Files that can be unlocked with a sufficent amount of credits. Unlike files in the Purchased category, files can be lost
- Main article : Purchased (FFR Category)
Files that can be purchased through the FFR Shop. A file that is purchased cannot be lost, contrary to the Secret category.
- Main article : Token
Files that can be unlocked by finding hidden tokens through the website, career achievement tokens, event tokens, etc.
- Main article : Skill Token
Files that can be unlocked by meeting a particular challenge on a specific file.
Older files that are recognizable for using blue notes only (Blue Note Syndrome).
- Main article : Disabled
A variety of files that were removed for many different reasons. The majority of files from this category were part of widgets. This category is not accessible.
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