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Before you create a music/song article, you must always begin with the {{Infobox Song}} template. If you don't start with either templates on the top of the articles, the article will be removed from the wiki. After adding the template in their respective articles, you then start with a short summary of the article which has to starts with "(Insert music and song name here)".

Here is how the layout must be on the articles:

  • {{Infobox Song}} - As explained above, the article must always starts with the either of those templates that must be placed above of every article. The image(s) placed into those templates must be set on 240 pixels wide.

The main design for the articles goes as followed:

  • List of game - This header contains the list where the music/song was featured. For the game that was featured the song for the first time in the series, the subtitle '(Debut)' will be added.
    • Arcade - This sub-header contains the list of arcade games where the music/song was featured. For the current 3rd-generation Taiko no Tatsujin games on arcade platform, contributor should lists on which firmware or update that has the song added into the game, unless the game was featured on launch.
    • Console - This sub-header contains the list of console games where the music/song was featured.
  • Data - This header contains info on the music/song's notechart data from various Taiko no Tatsujin games. The use of {{Notechart data}} is recommended.
    • (Insert game name's subtitle here) - Those sub-headers contains information about the music/song's notechart data in those game. If there are two or more games that has the same notechart data, contributor should merge them into one sub-header (for example, V Version/White Version for the song "crossing field"). It should be noted that on the current arcade platform, the songs may remains in the game for many version upgrades and as such, contributor should link them to the arcade platform version where the song was first featured (White Version of the song "crossing field", and Red Version for the song "EXCITE"). If the song has the Ura track, contributor should separate them into their own sub-headers as follow:
      • Face - This sub-header contains the notechart data for the face track.
        • 1P - This sub-header contains the notechart data for the single-player face track.
        • 2P - This sub-header contains the notechart data for the two-player face track.
      • Ura - This sub-header contains the notechart data for the Ura track.
        • 1P - This sub-header contains the notechart data for the single-player Ura track.
        • 2P - This sub-header contains the notechart data for the two-player Ura track.
  • Lyrics - This header contains the lyrics of the song. It is only limited to songs that has lyrics. Do note that with the exception of Namco Original songs, do not post the full length version's lyrics. The use of {{Lyrics}} is recommended.
    • If the song used in the game was the already existed cut that was originally featured on anime, TV show, movie and video game, insert the line in italic and block quote format as follow above the Lyrics template:
      • Please be aware that the following is for the TV-size version of the song as it was originally featured in the anime/video game series.
    • If the song used in the game was the cut made specifically for Taiko no Tatsujin series, insert the line in italic and block quote format as follow above the Lyrics template:
      • Please be aware that the following is for the short version that was made for Taiko no Tatsujin games.
  • Trivia - Information that are proven to be useless to input under any of those headers above. Those are very important info that are not really known in the music/song, as they are coming from official interviews from the company and even from its creator.
  • External link(s) - This header contains the external links to the music and song page on the other Fandom wiki(s) or the Taikotime website.

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