Battle of The Bits satisfies me as a site that offers a varied experience with the creation of original musical content. Thought if my suggestions are possible for the site's future, it might be more enjoyable.
1. TWO... THREE... ETC... HOUR BATTLES:
OHBs are a neat standard for user-made battles, but the inclusion of a adjustable OHB that lets the user to host longer battles would allow for hosting battles that allow for challenges that might not fit perfectly on a 1 hour duration.
It might be pretty useful for hosting OHBs that involve the creation of short games (most small game jams are around 48 hours), mostly in my opinion due to the fact game assets take time to work on. However, one cons i immediately recognize from this is that it takes the user to potentially forget to close off the results after said longer time than one hour.
I highly doubt it would happen, but it would be a great idea.
2. NEW FORMAT? (special nods to kleeder):
Not sure if it should be approved any of these but kleeder proposed of a Minecraft Note Block Studio format. This format is intended for creating Note Block constructions for Minecraft using a GUI rather than doing it handmade from Minecraft.
This is one of the formats that are easier to use than most formats, similar to Mario Paint. You can use up to 23 tracks/channels, which leaves the user with a more open choice to make highly orchestrated compositions, and also allows customized sounds.
One downside is that you can't export creations to Minecraft that don't meet requirements, for example, you can't use lower or higher octaves that Minecraft doesn't use, but nonetheless you can still export to MP3.
Download link here: https://github.com/HielkeMinecraft/OpenNoteBlockStudio/releases
Guess that's it.