This is a glossary of terms and phrases related to the SiIvaGunner channel and its community.
- >:]: an emoticon representing Wood Man's face. Alternate sad form is ">:[".
- >:3]: an emoticon representing John Notwoodman's face. Alternate sad form is ">:3[".
- 7 GRAND DAD – a Mario-themed bootleg of the NES game The Flintstones: The Rescue of Dino & Hoppy and the most prevalent meme on the SiIvaGunner channel.
- advertised track – the "ripped track" or "original track"; the track that is listed as the rip's source material; the track that a rip poses as.
- Angry Joe – a YouTuber and video game reviewer commonly associated with the "Four Hours!" meme.
- AQAP / As Quality As Possible – sometimes stylized as #AQAP; a parody of the acronym "As Balla As Possible" coined by Chad Warden.
- arrangement – a rip joke involving remaking a song in a different style or instrumentation. Contrast with melody changes, which do not alter other musical aspects such as the chords and accompaniment.
- backroom – the team behind SiIvaGunner responsible for managing the channel and its content.
- bait-and-switch – the action of advertising a product as something other than it is. SiIvaGunner, a channel that pretends to upload unedited video game music, is often described as a "bait-and-switch" channel.
- blue balls – a rip joke involving a section of a song (usually its introduction) being repeated indefinitely ("looping") instead of moving on to the rest of the song.
- CCC – acronym for The SilvaGunner Christmas Comeback Crisis.
- Chad Warden – a character based on the internet troll Chad Warden that was the protagonist of SiIvaGunner: Rebooted.
- collaboration – also "collab"; a team effort by two or more individuals.
- comment – a message left underneath YouTube videos as part of its Comments feature.
- epic – see Epic, Epic, Epic, Epic, and Epic
- epic flintstones – An ironic way to refer to "Meet the Flintstones" melody changes. Mostly commented by Triple-Q during Season 1.
- fake-out – a rip joke wherein a rip appears to have a certain joke or song, and then becomes something else.
- funny flintstones/funny seven – An ironic way to refer to The Flintstones or 7 GRAND DAD.
- funny mixer – An ironic way to refer to HOBaRT.
- fusion collab – see SiIvaGunner's Original Fusion Collabs
- getting beaned – the act of being assaulted by the audio of Green de la Bean.
- GilvaSunner (or simply "Gilva"; lowercase L) - a channel dedicated to ripping video game music. This is the channel that SiIvaGunner parodies.
- Grand Dad – the titular character from 7 GRAND DAD and a meme on the SiIvaGunner channel.
- high quality rips – alternatively "rips"; the SiIvaGunner channel's modified uploads of video game music that pose as unedited "rips".
- het – misinterpretation of the russian word "нет" (meaning "no", pronounced "nyet). Used to refer to the "Puzzle Room" meme.
- The "I don't get the joke" club – A fictional place commenters refer to when they don't understand the joke.
- "Is this lore?" – see lore
- kayfabe – the act or convention of presenting staged performances as genuine or authentic. On SiIvaGunner, the "kayfabe" of the channel involves presenting itself as a legitimate channel for actual rips.
- key – the group of pitches, or scale that form the basis of a music composition. Rips must be on-key (i.e. every song in it played in the same scale).
- KFAD – acronym for King for a Day, King for a Day Tournament, and King for Another Day Tournament.
- leitmotif – a distinct musical theme, such as a melody, that is associated with a person or situation.
- lore – the overarching story of the channel. The phrase "Is this lore?" is often ironically used in reference to the absurdity of actual lore.
- low quality – a twist on "high quality rips" that indicates that a rip is genuinely poor in musical quality.
- mashup – a musical arrangement of two or more songs mixing the instrumental or vocal tracks. Traditional mashups involve one song serving as the instrumental and another's acapella serving as the vocal. A variant is the unsynced mashup.
- medley – a rip with at least 5 modifications from the original track.
- meme – a humorous idea spread by users of the internet; a running joke.
- melody swap – a rip joke incorporating the instruments of the original track playing the melody of another track.
- MIDI – a widely used standard for interconnecting electronic musical instruments and computers. MIDIs only contain instructions for playing music, and must use soundfonts to play a song.
- MIDI slap – also MIDI swap. Using the advertised track's soundfont with another game's MIDI. Generally frowned-upon as low-effort. Often confused with SoundFont change.
- nice – Wood Man's catchphrase.
- original composition – an original work that is not derived from another source.
- original soundtrack – also OST; the original soundtrack composed for a game or other medium. Contrast with licensed tracks.
- President Haltmann – a character from Kirby Planet Robobot used as an antagonist during the Christmas Comeback Crisis.
- quality – see high quality rips
- reboot – short for SiIvaGunner: Rebooted.
- remix – a piece of media which has been altered by adding, removing, or changing pieces of the piece.
- rip – a bootleg or unofficial copy of a song. In terms of video games, ripping involves using an external program to extract a track from a game's files. See high quality rips for the other usage of "rip".
- ripper – 1. a person who creates high quality rips. 2. a person who takes sound files from a video game.
- sample – a portion of a song, instrument, or other sound and re-purposing it for a different piece.
- sequenced music – video game music that is sequenced is played "live" with a sequence of notes that the game plays in real time, usually through MIDI with a SoundFont. Contrast with streamed music.
- "Shoutouts to SimpleFlips" - a Super Mario 64 meme referencing speedrunner SimpleFlips inspired by Vinesauce Joel
- SiIvaFes – short for SiIvaSummer All-Star Festival.
- SiIvaGunner (or simply SiIva; capital i) – a collaborative channel and parody of GilvaGunner (lowercase L) that produces high quality video game rips. This is the subject of this wiki.
- SilvaGunner (or simply Silva; lowercase l) – a channel that uploaded video game music from 2008 to 2010. Inspired the creation of GilvaSunner (lowercase L) and, indirectly, SiIvaGunner (capital i).
- soundfont – a file format using sound samples to play MIDIs.
- soundfont change – a rip joke in which the advertised track's MIDI is played with another SoundFont. Often confused with MIDI swap.
- streamed music – video game music that is stored in a music file in the game's files. Streamed music is much harder to edit than sequenced music.
- SummerFes – short for SiIvaGunner All-Star Summer Festival 2021: Legends of the Western Sunset.
- switcheroo – a bait-and-switch rip in which there is almost no trace of the advertised track.
- track – a song or other audio file released on an album or soundtrack.
- unsynced mashup – a mashup that is purposely off-key, in-harmonious, or otherwise unsynced between the song(s) involved in it.
- Vinesauce Joel – a Twitch.tv streamer responsible for the 7 GRAND DAD and "Meet the Flintstones" memes.
- The Voice Inside Your Head – the primary antagonist of SiIvaGunner: Rebooted and the Christmas Comeback Crisis.
- WinterFes – short for SiIvaGunner All-Star Winter Festival.
- YTP – YouTube Poop. A video / audio mashup of a given source (usually something on mainstream television) that has been heavily edited to alter the original context and transform the source.
- YTPMV – YouTube Poop Music Video. A recreation of a song using clips of a source. A common practice in YTPMVs is to show the clip associated with an audio clip whenever it appears, often flipped / repeated multiple times to show every time the sample is used. The result is a true musical mashup of both audio and video.