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Messages - HungryDragon

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Help! / Re: Midi isn't working.
« on: September 14, 2009, 03:52:58 PM »
Try a system restore then. If that doesn't work, I'm afraid a re-install is in order.

Help! / Re: Midi isn't working.
« on: September 12, 2009, 12:20:11 AM »
My only advice would be to try a System Restore. Other than that, I would suggest a re-install.

Not much else I can come up with to help you I'm afraid :(

EDIT: What's your default output midi device set at? (Midi/Audio-->Device Setup-->MIDI Setup)

Help! / Re: Midi isn't working.
« on: September 11, 2009, 04:39:04 PM »
Does Finale do this with all midi files? Are there any error messages associated with the crashes? Have you recently uninstalled any midi drivers? System Restores?

More details please. It's hard to find a solution when you have little to go on

I may add more to this. Most likely not, so here we go

[PS2] Kingdom Hearts 2 ; Organization XIII MUS | MID

EDIT: Fixed minor formatting issues

Nintendude73: Accepted.

Music / Re: Synthesia
« on: September 01, 2009, 05:40:37 PM »
*laughs* I thought that the title read Synesthesia I have a friend who has it so I thought it would maybe pertain to that. Clearly, not. :P

Sounds interesting. Maybe I'll give it a try. But like Ingus, I prefer the old fashioned way.

Piano Arrangements / Re: HungryDragon's Arrs [Updated August 18 2009]
« on: August 18, 2009, 10:07:02 PM »

[PS2] Kingdom Hearts II ; Organization XII to Ready for Submission

[GCN] Tales of Symphonia ; The End of A Thought to Completed, and Submitted
[GCN] Tales of Symphonia ; Far From Our World to Completed, and Submitted

Had some free time so I plunked out "Organization XIII" from Kingdom Hearts II. I'm quite pleased with it, as I really enjoy this song. Although the beginning doesn't seem to have the right tempo... Suggestions?

Edit: Changed the time sig in Measure 9 to 2/4; That note was just too long :P

Forum Games / Re: KNOW YOUR SONG! PM edition. Please read the 1st post.
« on: August 15, 2009, 05:06:00 AM »
I think he forgot 'bout us :P

I'm starting to think so too... >.>

The Werewolf Game / Re: TWG IV Host Signups
« on: August 05, 2009, 04:56:04 AM »
Looks interesting Nakah, very interesting :D

I'll have to decline though. I just don't have the time at the moment :(
Maybe some other time when I have more time :P

Off-Topic / Re: How many brothers/sisters do you have?
« on: August 05, 2009, 04:52:50 AM »
1990   1992    1995
 Me     Sister   Sister

Forum Games / Re: Know Your Song! Video Game Edition!
« on: July 26, 2009, 09:13:58 PM »
27 - Kirby's Air Ride - City Trial
45 - Kingdom Hearts 2 ; Dearly Beloved (Title Screen)

GAH!! I knew quite a few of the others, but I saw this thread too late and they were all taken. :P Better luck next time I guess :P

Feedback / Re: Complaints about submitting a song? HUH?
« on: July 16, 2009, 05:22:03 AM »
Haha, Hungrydragon was asking if you completely copied it off a midi. Which I have faith that you didn't, it's just normal for people to expect these kinds of things I suppose.

Exactly what I was wondering. Sorry if I bruised anything.  :-[

For me, the question was coming from the discrepancy between the midi and the .mus you posted. Threw me for a loop so to speak. No hard feelings?

Piano Arrangements / Re: Luigind123's Arrangements
« on: July 12, 2009, 10:50:13 AM »
I just feel cluttering up threads is silly. If we have the tools to correct it, shouldn't we?

I am quite aware that copyrights expire. In the U.S. copyright lasts 70yrs after the holder has died. Which should last quite a long time. Just following the guidelines set out by the founder way back when ;)

Well just looking how the instrument list (Under 'window') was set up, and how the midi opened up in finale, i was having guesses. The clarinet in channel 3 threw me off. Although playing it back with the same settings, (with microsoft GS wave table synth) produces similar results to the mus.

Bleck, I'm too old for this :P

Piano Arrangements / Re: Luigind123's Arrangements
« on: July 12, 2009, 10:16:14 AM »
I ask about the midi rip just because the mid and the mus don't match up (clarinet ???) That and the 3 Pianos :P

I understand the  whole 'staying true to the original' thing. It wouldn't matter where the notes are, just as long as the pitches are correct. You could write it all in alto clef for all I care Oh, please don't do that :P It's just that it looks sloppy/juvenile (at least to me) when ledgers are used when they aren't needed. I  was just looking at it as if it were to be submitted as a sheet, which by the way, would look very nice ^_^ 

For Gutsy Garden, I believe C sharp major (six sharps) should do it I couldn't decide between that or G Flat Major (six flats) I would go with the first, mainly because there's double flats, and I don't like them :P. But you're the arranger, you get to choose :P

Piano Arrangements / Re: Luigind123's Arrangements
« on: July 12, 2009, 09:21:13 AM »
(Can Someone tell me the copyright date? Thanks!)

When in doubt, just put the current year.

No... Just. No

Does anyone know about a useful tool called 'Google'?

By the way, copyright years for SMB2, SM64, and ML:PiT would be 1986, 1996, 2005 respectively

Sorry for the double post...

Don't say you're sorry and delete it ;) The buttons are there for a reason :P

Welcome to NSM  :D It's a great place to come to once you settle in!
Just a bit of stuff that bothered me from a piano point of view for the castle theme:

Could you try moving the Piano 1 and 2 parts together? The bass clef of piano one tends to be on ledger lines for a good portion of the song. As well as the treble and bass of piano 1 for the most part, are seconds for the most part. Piano 3, for the most part, could be put in a second layer in the bass clef of Piano 2. Move Piano 2 up to one, and I think we have a nice looking sheet ;)

For measures 17-38, I would have switched parts of the treble and bass clef (Piano 1) . I find it just annoying in general reading off of ledger lines, so switching the parts would be a good choice, and it looks nicer.

Just out of curiosity, was this a midi rip?

Personally, I didn't care for the LoZ:WW Mix. I'm normally a fan of canons, but this just didn't sit well with me  :-\

I'm not familiar with SMG music, but this looks great. I think it should atleast get a key signature, to try and tidy up some of the accidentals :P Other than that, it looks like a great sheet!

Delfino Plaza and the Overworld theme from SMB2 are already on the site :P But great a start to arranging, nonetheless.

Feedback / Re: Howcome nobody plays piano?
« on: July 09, 2009, 05:56:15 AM »
Dont make an arrangement, make your own piece. Otherwise it will be seen as a strange performance. By writing your own composition in this style, you can control how the music proceeds...there will be no limits.

That's just my suggestion, as it is only an experiment.

Well, I would see how that one would go. Test the waters if you would. I can then modify them to my abilities/sanity. Not too much of a composer myself :P

I probably won't end up putting any of these 'left handed arrangements/performances' up anyway. Just for my own sanity's sake

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