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-m1: L.H. note should be a G.
-You could try and add some articulations (so staccatos and/or tenutos) to some notes, since not all quarter notes are the same length here. For example, m9-10 in the L.H. are very clearly staccato, while in m11-12 they are tenuto.
-m15: I hear the G in the L.H. an octave up (so in the R.H.). This allows you to move the C down an octave to its original octave too, if you want.

Btw, if you want the low C in m13-14 down an octave too, you could use the damper pedal and put the high C in the R.H.

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  • m22-30: I think you can write the missing Es/As in the bottom layer as well as the top one.
It probably doesn't matter too much either way, but this way there isn't a staccato indication on the Es/As from the bottom layer and a legato indication from the top layer. I'm not that worried about keeping the voice intact, since it's really just additions to the melody rather than a separate voice.

Fixed the other things though ^^

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Fixed! I probably was a bit careless with checking the dynamics after shrinking the staff size a bit :p

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imagine me playing along with this with 8 sets of castanets

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it's that time again


Divine Beast Dungeon themes change depending on how many of its terminals are activated. When you enter the Divine Beast and none of the terminals are active, "Enter Divine Beast" plays (which is always my favorite part of the tracks :p). When the first terminal is activated, a new track starts playing (at 0:42 in video). With each terminal that's activated, some instruments get added, but I decided to leave those out as they don't add much new stuff to the arrangement, or appear in a similar way once all terminals are activated. In this version, the track changes to a faster-paced version in 4/4 time (at 5:15 in video).
Little note: I don't think there are official titles for the different versions within this track, so I gave them my own titles.

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Site News / Update, Thursday 16th of June 2022
« on: June 16, 2022, 11:37:00 PM »
As far as we know, our last 29 sheets have been safely traveling in space. We haven't heard any alien performances yet, but we have 26 more for us humans to enjoy!


[SW] Animal Crossing: New Horizons
"Tournament (Joining)" by Kricketune54

[PC] Deltarune
"Scarlet Forest" by Bloop

[Wii] Donkey Kong Country Returns
"Muncher Marathon" (Replacement) by Bloop

[PS2] Final Fantasy X
"Battle Theme" by Libera

[3DS] Fire Emblem Fates
"Destiny by Blood" by Libera

[N64] GoldenEye 007
"Elevator Music" (Replacement) by XiaoMigros

[PC] King's Valley II: The Seal of El Giza
"The Next Pyramid" by Atcero

[PS2] Kino no Tabi -the Beautiful World-
"The World is Shining" by Static

[3DS] Kirby Battle Royale
"Apple Scramble" by Latios212

[SNES] Kirby's Dream Course
"The First Hole" by LeviR.star

[Wii] Kirby's Epic Yarn
"Dino Jungle" by mastersuperfan

[Wii] Mario Kart Wii
"No Trophy For You" by Whoppybones

[N64] Mario Party 2
"Western Land" by Nine Lives

[SNES] Mega Man 7
"Dr. Wily Stage 4" by LeviR.star

[SNES] Mega Man X
"Armored Armadillo Stage" by Atcero

[SW] Nintendo Switch Sports
"Café" by XiaoMigros

[MUL] Outer Wilds
"Castaways" by Zunawe

[GBC] Pokémon Card GB2: Here Comes Team GR!
"Duel vs. Team GR" by Olimar12345

[GCN] Pokémon Colosseum
"Relic Forest" (Replacement) by Kricketune54

[GBC] Pokémon Trading Card Game
"Duel" by Olimar12345

[MUL] Star Wars Battlefront (2015)
"Nien Nunb Theme" by Fantastic Ike

[Wii] Super Mario Galaxy
"To the Observatory Grounds 1 & 2" (Replacement) by XiaoMigros

[NES] Taboo: The Sixth Sense
"The Magician" by Jacopo Tore, Andrea Licheri & Andrea Muceli

[3DS] The Legend of Zelda: Tri Force Heroes
"Credits" by Cashwarrior1

[Wii] Xenoblade Chronicles
"Alcamoth, Imperial Capital" by Latios212

[MUL] Yoshi's Cookie
"1P Music Type A" (Replacement) by LeviR.star

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After adding some more details over discord, I'll accept!

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-In general, I feel like the first-second ending repeats are a bit overkill, since you're really just saving 11 measures of information. Removing them all will cause you to have a 4th page though, but you could at least remove the last one (where you only save 3 measures), since there's at least room for one more system.
-m3-6 and 15-18: I hear all quarter notes here as staccato, not just the ones on beat 1 and 3. You could do the same thing with adding tenutos the L.H. in these bars like you did in m51-54.
-m4, 6, 16, 18: There shouldn't be a staccato on the L.H. note on beat 3 I think (if you were adding tenutos, you could either add a tenuto to these notes too, or leave them all untenutoed, or add a slur instead)
-m5, 6 and 17: I don't really hear the grace notes here, at least not as pronounced as the other places in the sheet.
-m19: The R.H. dyad on beat 1 shouldn't have a staccato
-m26: The L.H. notes in this bar should both have the same length, so both either with or without staccato.
-m29-30: I believe the second layer in the R.H. here is a half note triplet.
-m29: L.H. E on beat 3 should be Eb.
-m32, 36, 40: The staccato on beat 1 should be flipped (above the note)
-m35: R.H. beat 4 should have a staccato
-m37 and 41: R.H. beat 2 should have a staccato
-m39: R.H. beat 4 should have a staccato
-m42: Top note in the R.H. on beat 2 should be a G.
-m50: R.H. A on beat 2 should be A#.

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Looks good, I'll accept now!

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Alrighty, then I'll accept!

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Does that key change need to be added? I have added the F major though
Not necessarily for a change between Dm and F major, since those are both just 1 flat, but I think the key change works better before the double barline before the upbeat of bar 5. For next time btw, key changes usually come with a double barline in general.

Good point, that certainly fits better imo
It's currently still the same as before though :p

I thought there was an An and Bb clashing on top here, I had Bb previously and agreed with Latios it wasn't totally necessary
Hmm, slowed down I can hear a sort of bend from the An to the Bb, but at full speed I can't really hear the An. It does fit though, so if you believe it's there I'm fine with keeping it in ^^

Everything else looks good!

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Great!

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Submission Archive / Re: [PC] Deltarune - "Scarlet Forest" by Bloop
« on: June 14, 2022, 11:13:25 AM »
Otherwise it looks good.  I agree with Static about 28/36 but I think I prefer this simplification.
I actually did add them in, playing the C# with the 2nd finger and the B with the thumb works better than I expected.

Should there not be As in the final two chords in the left hand of the final bar? (like in the first two chords).  It's kind of hard to tell with how detuned the piano sound is.
Oh yeah, I think they're there too, added them in ^^

-m48 RH beat 4: I hear an A here.
Are you sure? I don't hear it myself and it wouldn't fit the E major chord at all.

m51 RH beat 1 & 3 and m52 beat 1: It might just be differences in the attack of the instruments, but these chords sound rolled to me.
I think I hear the piano rolling the chords, but I like the sound too so I added them in ^^

-m52 RH beat 2.5-4.5: I think including the lower piano voice here might make a bit more sense than including the string line, it sounds a bit odd to me having the piano voice present in the previous 3 measures and then switching to the strings suddenly here.
I'm having a hard time hearing a lower piano voice actually, unless it's C#-F# on beat 3 and 4? Anyway, I think the G#-F# from the strings is a bit more pronounced overall, and sounds a bit more interesting overall. I see I didn't include it in m53 even though there's place there, so I by adding it there you could see it less of a sudden switch and more as a new voice for m52-55.

-m53 RH beat 2: I think the A's are actually B's here.
Yeah it's a bit hard to hear, but I think you're right (would make sense with the same pattern being in m47)

Updated the files!

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Fixed both things!

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For the key change, I'm quite sure it goes to F major yes, with it hinting more towards D minor in m5-9 (which is just the parallel minor anyway).

Mostly some arrangement stuff, most of the notes look good!
-About the 3+4/4 time signature, I read in Behind Bars it isn't advised to use additive time signatures (unless the time signatures have different denominators). It's a bit more straightforward in this case, but the general idea is to just write 7/4 and (optionally) write "3+4" above the time signature.
-m1 and 2: Any reason you didn't add the wavy lines on beat 2?
-m4: If you want, you could also still write the second layer dyad on beat 4 as G-B: since it's a rolled chord, the player can then roll upwards to the high B, at which point they don't have to hold the lower G anymore (because of the pedal)
-m5 (the pickup bar): I think it might be better to exclude this bar from the measure numbering, since it acts as a pick up bar instead of its own standalone bar. I'll be using the previous measure numbering though, so save this for last.
-m5-7: I think it's still readable to write everything an octave up (so without the 8va). It's still readable I think, and it makes the jump down to the A in m7 a bit less confusing to read. If you really wanna keep the 8va, you could also extend it a bit to include beat 2 and 3 of m7, so the jump is still in there.
-m9: There's a Dm chord on beat 3 here, but maybe you can just add a D in the L.H.?
-m10: The dyads in the L.H. here feel a bit weird, as it makes the C sound like the bass note (so F major in second inversion) instead of the F, and it feels a bit less harp-y. Maybe you could just remove the lower notes in the dyads? I think it comes across similarly.
-m11: I hear a(nother) Bb in the L.H. on beat 1 instead of the A.
-m15-17: I think it's okay to have the L.H. go over the R.H. here, if the melody is played louder than the accompaniment. This way the L.H. feels a bit more harp-y as well:

I know you mentioned you wanted this to be a bit more beginner-friendly, I don't think it's that much more difficult to play these cross-hand things compared to the rest of the piece.

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