Seeing that Lars von Trier was diagnosed with Parkinson’s brought this topic to mind. For those unfamiliar: Dogme 95 - Wikipedia Essentially what Dogme 95 sought to do was remove as much artifice as possible from the act of filming a movie. For music, this could possibly take the following form (feel free to add or subtract): 1) No correcting of pitches or timing. A take must be used as it was recorded. 2) No emulation. Music must be made using the original instruments/amps. For example, if you want an electric piano sound, you need to find one. 3) Sound must be captured via microphones. 4) No use of aids such as click tracks. Charts and sheet music are allowed. 5) Instruments must be recorded at the same time. Acoustic isolation is allowed for instruments that were not originally amplified. You cannot mix and match different takes. 6) Effects pedals are only allowed if they have a single function, are analog, and the general effect cannot be obtained by any other means. 7) A band may not substitute studio players or use them for any instrument that can be played by the band.