I started with crapcapella: lo-fi a-capella recorded on the devices on-hand. This past FAWM, my goal was simply "Not Crapcapella". I mostly achieved that.
This year's 50/90's broad goal: sheet music for everything.
They're not proper lead sheets without chords, but I'm letting that slide to start to get in to the sheet music habit.
July overlaps with Camp NaNoWriMo. Last July, I totally failed at Camp NaNoWriMo and wrote 60 songs in July. I then also failed at 50/90 by insufficiently commenting on other's tracks.
This year, I'm doing a single project for both Camp NaNoWriMo as well as the July section of 50/90. I'm writing a musical. The basic idea of it is along the lines of the stories where girls find out they're father's are elves from fairy and they need to go off and save the kingdom. Except, instead of elves, they're cats.
This is made easier by the fact that Camp NaNoWriMo now allows you to track your progress by "hours". I've selected that I'll be working on it for 30 hours.
My 50/90 output is expected to be lyrics, and possibly links to PDF sheet music, but few -- if any -- demos. I'll be tagging things "sheet-music" when they link to sheet music. They'll be letter-formatted, so there may be extra whitespace on A4 paper, but the US size will never scale down.
The end result of July should be both a songbook as well as a libretto. The songbook might not have all of the chords at the end of the month, but we'll see.
As to the following months? I kind of want to try an album-a-day at least once. But, you know, with sheet music.
I'm also thinking of trying my hand at adding instruments (or sheet music) to some random crapcapella songs I encounter, just to practice my skills. Some of this depends on the changes I'm making with my odd little music software. I've been distracted planning for a website, and not made forward movement with it yet.