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Just popping in to say this looks great for a first sheet ^^

Also, we have specific composer info for this one! It's just Mahito Yokota:

Off-Topic / Re: This might explain some things
« on: January 16, 2020, 04:54:36 AM »
It's fine. Obviously it's not okay to plagiarize, but what's important now is you being upfront about this, which I very much appreciate. What's happened has happened, the plagiarized sheet has been taken down from the site, and you have no bad intentions - there would be no point in punishing you now.

On a related note, I've been wanting to overhaul the rules around here for some time now specifically to avoid situations like this where people view the staff as far too overbearing (we're not! :P). More on that soon!

As always, if you feel uncomfortable for some reason, just reach out. I hope you continue to find the community a welcoming place to stay. :)

Submission Center / Re: The Next Special Update (January/February 2020)
« on: January 13, 2020, 05:04:04 AM »
These are good ideas guys ^^ (For myself, I haven't decided on one to suggest yet...)

Maelstrom - do you want that to count as your suggestion?

Submission Center / The Next Special Update (January/February 2020)
« on: January 12, 2020, 09:45:18 PM »
Hello everyone!

Here is how we're going to choose a theme for our next special update. Any user can suggest ONE theme by posting here. The one hard restriction we're going to place this time is the following:
- The theme cannot be limited to a single game/series or musical style.

Other than that, anything is fair game (within reason, as decided by the staff). This can be something straightforward like "underwater" or "food" or something more silly like "track title starts with A" or "track starts in E minor". Try to aim for something that is fairly well represented across all video games and musical styles - see our Halloween or Winter updates for how a theme can encompass a large variety of pieces from many different games and arrangers.

Nominations are open for one ONE WEEK from the time of this post. After that, there will be one week of voting, two weeks of arranging, and two weeks of reviewing - more details to come later.

So, that said, suggest away! :)

If you're curious, some background on why we're changing things up from previous arrangement projects
Looking back on previous arrangement projects, they dragged on for ridiculously long periods of time because:
- Motivation was low. This was due in part to low community involvement (sheets were mainly submitted by a few people who liked the game) and due in part to burnout after working with the same soundtrack for the entire project. By having a broader theme more people would be interested in submitting a variety of sheets, and people wouldn't become tired looking over them because they represent all kinds of musical styles.
- We didn't have a schedule. This allowed us to postpone wrapping things up indefinitely, which naturally led to letting them go on for years.

List of suggested themes:
- "Final boss battles"
- "Boss battles"
- "First main area themes of open world-esque games"
- "Food/cooking"
- "Themes that use acoustic instruments"
- "Arcade games of the 80s & 90s"
- "Travel"
- "Credits themes"
- "Opening/title themes"
- "Music about music"
- "Unlikely heroes/protagonists"
- "Aquatic"
- "Nostalgic"

2020 Week 2

Here's a quick replacement~

Dr. Mario
NEW!   Title Screen[MUS] [MIDI] [PDF] [Original] 

Off-Topic / Re: The Post Your Thoughts of the Moment Thread 2
« on: January 11, 2020, 12:26:44 AM »
Thanks very much guys! ^^

Happy Birthday! Only 11 more years until you can drive! Wait a minute... how are you already driving this thing?!
I have no idea, I don't have a license

Off-Topic / Re: The Post Your Thoughts of the Moment Thread 2
« on: January 10, 2020, 02:07:54 AM »
Five years ago today... I first joined the NSM forums.

Submissions / Re: [NDS] Harvest Moon DS - "Winter" by Code_Name_Geek
« on: January 09, 2020, 04:43:23 AM »
It sure is lot of composers, isn't it? Unsurprisingly, I couldn't find specific credits for each track so I went with what I had. :P
Haha sounds good, thanks for doing your research. :P

Everything checks out, just fix the left margin for the last 4 systems and I call it good!

Nice :P Are you going to submit them? I'm looking forward to more Color Splash stuff!

Yay, finally Sword/Shield stuff!

First off, a broader comment about your use of articulations in general - I feel like you use too many accents. They're at the beginning of practically every phrase and oftentimes just on strong beats - but the nature of 4/4 is that those will be brought out anyway. They should be used when a note really needs to played more forcefully but when used too often, they lose their meaning and end up visually cluttering the sheet. I feel like that is happening here. I know this is your style of writing things out, but I really think it doesn't work particularly well here where the parts are fairly uniform stylistically. Let me know what you think!

Other passing comments:
- RH G misaligned in m. 8
- I would suggest putting the key change at m. 25 instead of m. 23. It would then coincide with the section (and keysig) change, and the visible A naturals in m. 23-24 would highlight the resolution to F major instead of minor.

I'll be back to check the notes soon~

Submissions / Re: [SWITCH] Ring Fit Adventure - "Title A" by invy
« on: January 08, 2020, 02:07:15 AM »
No worries :P and thanks for the help Levi~

Everything looks good, just a last few small things (apologies if I missed them last time).
- m. 32-33 are missing a melody note each
- I think it might be good to make the last note of m. 37 A to match m. 29 (and also to have less of a big jump)
- Not really sure about the dotted quarter D that's tied in the last measure. That note from the previous measure doesn't really sustain, and there are a couple of other parts you could write in here instead.
- This is what I meant for the last measure last time.

Almost there. Thanks for the hard work thus far ^^

Submissions / Re: [NDS] Harvest Moon DS - "Winter" by Code_Name_Geek
« on: January 08, 2020, 01:53:39 AM »
In regards to your concerns:
- Chords look good except where I've commented below.
- I think the accompaniment in the second half works fine. However I think it would be good to keep m. 29-32 consistent with the rest - i.e. Eb Ab Eb octaves and D G D octaves.

Other stuff:
- Yikes that's a lot of composers... :P I'd suggest using 4 systems on the first page - it would allow more room for that blob as well as better utilize the space on page 2.
- Make your margins on page 2 match those on page 1 (system indentation for the last couple of systems are off too)
- The cross-staff beam in m. 33 should angle upwards to match the contour of the notes.
- RH for m. 10-12 isn't quite right, I'm getting this. Same for m. 26-28 except the last two notes of 28 are D B.
- m. 13/29 beat 1 could be a rolled octave
- Widen the space between staves in m. 22/24 to accommodate beat 4.
- backslash at the end of the URL

Good work!

Submissions / Re: [PS2] Persona 4 - "Corridor" by Samusthedude
« on: January 08, 2020, 01:34:44 AM »
This is great! Just a handful of small comments and that's all from me.
- The cresc/dims at the beginning should end strictly before the barlines, not on them.
- Title (on both pages) needs quotation marks.
- The tenutos are out of place.
- You might want courtesy naturals on the B's in the chords in m. 6/8.
- It might be helpful to indicate rit./a tempo when the song slows down at m. 12/20/28, even though you already have a rubato direction. Up to you, though.
- I'm hearing the harmonies a bit differently in the second half of the piece. The right hand sounds like it's almost always playing an octave with added third. See below:
Similarly for the last eight measures, although oddly m. 22 plays a single E on beat 3 unlike m. 14.

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