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Submission Center / Re: Food/Cooking Update
« on: February 20, 2020, 02:46:30 AM »
Treat Land
Updated file seems good! I have nothing to change.
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Meringue Clouds
Updated files (ver02)

- Accepting the changes and the suggestion.

- Notes added
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Approving these!
K.K. Gumbo - Th3Gavst3r
- I'd suggest putting the RH in bass clef when it gets low (for instance, most of the first page).
- The "2." for the second ending in m. 27 is a bit far to the right.

Other than that, looks good!
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Olive Ocean - Rubikium
I used the measure tool to shrink the last invisible measure to adjust the spacing around the courtesy key signature, and also made the couple of percussive measures play percussion in playback. Uploaded the file, I approve.
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Cappy's Stage (Stage 1) - LeviR.Star
Looks great. Accepted!
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I don't think we should have to compromise. 3/4, 6/8, 6/4 -- I'm fine with changing the meter to whatever you guys can agree on working the best for this. As long as we don't start a war over it.
Here's to hoping I didn't just start a war ~
With all due respect, I'm keeping this as 6/8, and I don't want any more debating over it until all other aspects of this sheet are checked.
Levi, you're the only one acting even remotely hostile here. Please stop treating everything as an argument.

It's fine to say "this is what makes the most sense to me and I would prefer to keep it" but trying to shut down any earnest discussion is unhealthy.

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Submission Center / Re: Food/Cooking Update
« on: February 18, 2020, 05:17:43 AM »
Static - The Salt Flats
- I hear it in 6/8 also because of the percussion, and the melody, and the other instruments (and for the reasons msf mentioned). Looks like Square agrees too...
- I purposely left it out there because 5 notes is a lot in one hand and also bc the Bb plays just 3 8th notes later. I still don't really think it's necessary, but I've added them in anyway.
- Fixed.
- Fixed.
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gah okay I'll be fine with you leaving it in 6/8 I guess :P Approved.

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For those parts with dotted quarters I think it would be okay to beam them like 6/8 even though the time signature is 3/4 to indicate the syncopated rhythm. It makes sense in quarters mostly everywhere but these places.

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Submission Center / Re: Food/Cooking Update
« on: February 17, 2020, 03:53:23 AM »
Awesome! I've accepted BMI Results and approved ...Fondue....

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Submission Center / Re: Food/Cooking Update
« on: February 17, 2020, 03:09:19 AM »
The Salt Flats - Static
- I'm hearing this piece in 3/4 instead of 6/8 due to the percussion. The chime and the bell alternate every quarter beat.
- m. 28/38 are missing a Bb in the harmony
- The pp markings above layer 3 are a bit low
- The pedal release markings seem a bit far to the left, slightly to the left of the 6th beat of each measure.
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Dangerous Dinner - Latios212
- This is a matter of personal arranging preference, but the intro to the original is pretty driving and the bassline by itself is a little bare—I would personally consider writing it like this (not actually playing it all with the left hand like I wrote it, but give the octaves to the LH and the higher notes to the RH), although of course it's up to you:
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- Sounds like there are some harmonies you could add to the RH melody on m16 beat 2.5, m20 beat 2.5, and m24 beat 1.5 and 2.5 (last two notes).
- m11 RH beat 4.5 (last note), I'm not hearing a chord—only the F.
- For m12 RH, I think you could raise those two chords by an octave so that the contour from m11 to m12 goes upwards, and also so that it goes higher than m8 since it's building up to the next section.
- For m12 RH, I would also tie over beat 2.5 for another eighth note since it's held longer.
- I'm hearing the Bb in m19 RH beat 4 as an octave lower than you've written it.
- Was curious why you chose to make m13 mezzo forte since I don't think it's any softer than the previous section (if anything, I think it sounds fuller/more built up).
I definitely see why you've moved the melody in Bars 5-8 up an octave from the original (it would collide nastily with the accompaniment otherwise), but I'd like a nod in your Bars 9-12 towards the melody moving up an octave between Bars 5-8 and Bars 9-12 in the original. I was primarily thinking a piu forte in Bar 9 to substitute for what would otherwise be a move an octave up.
- I did think about that, but I wanted m. 1-12 to gain energy while moving to m. 5 would lose this part. I think the beginning with just the bass as it can suffice given it's played with enough energy.
- Gotcha, yes. Good point, I have added more notes in those places, and for the end I added accents as well.
- ..and taken out there
- Not so sure about that one, they don't pack as much of a punch raised up that much and it's a bit of a jump to and from the surrounding parts. I think I'm following the contour of the <something brass> line and while there are harmonies above the melody there, I don't think they work too well on piano, so I inverted things down a bit to where they are now.
- Yeah I thought that was a bit weird; I think I was taking something from a different layer. Lowered, and it sounds more natural :)
- While it's fuller with more harmonies, I feel like the overall tone softens up a bit with less pounding from the percussion and low bass register. In tandem with Dekka's comment about making m. 9 more striking than m. 5 I changed m. 9 to ff and m. 13 to f. (Really though this entire song is just intense...)

If you're prone, I'm hearing additional notes in the brass in the original instead of eighth rests in the RH of Bars 21 and 23 - and they're both the D above Middle C. I'm also hearing m24 beat 1.5 and 2.5 (last two notes) at an octave above what you've written there, although I can also see why you opted not to jump them up an octave.
I think what's going on there is another higher layer that is playing throughout the measures, and I wanted to keep the RH to that one layer to mirror m. 1-4.

Thanks you two for the help!
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Submission Center / Re: Food/Cooking Update
« on: February 17, 2020, 12:19:52 AM »
Static - Vs. Squashini
- Done.
- Done.
- At one point I had a third voice there, but I removed it. I removed the G in m20 and changed the G to an E in m24.
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Static - Large Fry Cook-Off
- Oops, I hid the wrong one lol
- Oh yeah, those were for when I had Gbs instead of F#s in an earlier revision. I removed them now.
- No that's not just you. I moved them.
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Looks good, approved both!

Latios212 - Title Screen (Yoshi's Cookie)
- I'd probably move the C in layer 2 beat 2 RH up an octave in m10 and m14.
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Sure thing, sounds good, done!

Latios212 - Fun Castle
- m20 RH: That B-D dyad should be tied to the next quarter note. It's kind of tricky to tell because of the echo effect, but the only new note that should play on beat 2 (4th 8th note) should be the G. You could put that in a 2nd layer if you want or just keep it in the first and have ties only on the B and D above it.
- m24 RH: There should be a trill on the F, or a just mordent to make it easier.
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- I pretty clearly hear the melody descending D B G and the harmonies underneath each just happen to coincide with the next melody note.
- Good catch, added

Latios212 - Peronza Plaza
- m11 beat 4 is a B augmented chord, so the Gn should be an Fx. You could also add a D# underneath in the RH to give that chord a little extra weight like in the original.
- Have you considered condensing m12 into the LH and adding those xylophone parts in the RH? I think it's fine as-is, but I'm just wondering.
- I'd add a B in between the G# and D in m21 beat 4 just for some extra weight.
- m32: The resolution from Dn-F# (G#dim7) to C#-E# (C#maj) in m33 is pretty prominent and sets it apart from m28-29. I'd try to find a way to incorporate those notes somehow.
- Maybe add some extra notes to m35 beats 1-2 LH?
- m37 beat 3 shouldn't be staccato.
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All good comments, I've implemented them accordingly, except I've left 12-13 as is. It didn't really occur to me when arranging, but I felt like the high xylophone part wasn't super important to highlight over the offbeat dyads. Thanks for the help on this one!

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Submission Center / Re: Food/Cooking Update
« on: February 16, 2020, 10:36:21 PM »
- Fixed the notes m. 8/16. I think the violin in m. 16 goes Db-Ab-Db so the same thing should work there.
- Fixed all other notes too.
- Something I noticed myself - I checked the bassline in m. 20/28 again and I think it goes like this (before I just had an Ab on beat 3 and nothing on beat 4):
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(This was before I fixed the melody oops)
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Updated files:
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Gotcha! All looks good now, so accepting :)

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« on: February 16, 2020, 10:19:11 PM »
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« on: February 16, 2020, 09:59:43 PM »
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Submission Center / Re: Food/Cooking Update
« on: February 16, 2020, 09:00:42 PM »
- I was wondering why you omitted all the high orchestral hits (e.g. where you could double the melody an octave higher) in places like the last two notes of m24, last note in m28, etc. While I can understand if you want to preserve the low octave of the main melody in places like m36, m53-56, and m60, I think it would be nice to add them in other places. In particular, I don't see any reason not to have them on m52 beat 4 and and m64 beat 4, where you don't have anything else going on there anyway. (At the very least, if not adding the hits, I would suggest adding accents to these notes.)
- From what I can tell, it seems like you're generally using the bass clef whenever the melody goes down to F or lower. However, I think that m20 and m36 (which are very similar) should be in the same clef for consistency's sake. On second look, though, you kept m24 in treble clef—was that intentional, or is there a different rule/pattern you're going for?
Assume you mean 20 instead of 17 for the second comment. The rest of these have been fixed! (I didn't add those extra notes in m. 4.)

Files updated with the above~

- I was wondering why you omitted all the high orchestral hits (e.g. where you could double the melody an octave higher) in places like the last two notes of m24, last note in m28, etc. While I can understand if you want to preserve the low octave of the main melody in places like m36, m53-56, and m60, I think it would be nice to add them in other places. In particular, I don't see any reason not to have them on m52 beat 4 and and m64 beat 4, where you don't have anything else going on there anyway. (At the very least, if not adding the hits, I would suggest adding accents to these notes.)
- From what I can tell, it seems like you're generally using the bass clef whenever the melody goes down to F or lower. However, I think that m20 and m36 (which are very similar) should be in the same clef for consistency's sake. On second look, though, you kept m24 in treble clef—was that intentional, or is there a different rule/pattern you're going for?
- Ah good point. Yeah I can accent those orchestral hits. I've modified m. 24, 28, 36, 52, 60, 64. 53-56 I've kept as is but added accents because it would otherwise highlight the same note as previous when the melody is in a different octave.
- Yeah, the F breakpoint was what I was going for. Don't think it's a big deal here, but I can put m. 20 in treble.

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Submission Center / Re: Food/Cooking Update
« on: February 16, 2020, 07:12:20 PM »
Cooking - Code_Name_Geek
- I think the dyads in m. 8 are like this (similar for m. 16 but might need some adjusting because of the other layer included)

- m. 11/15 should have Gb instead of Ab in the second layer (RH)
- Beat 2 of m. 20/28 has Ab on the bottom, not Bb
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K.K. Salsa - Static
Looks great!
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Vs. Squashini - Static
- The first note of the pickup in m. 4 sounds like B instead of C
- I'd suggest flipping all of the LH beams down from m. 5-12 to have a more consistent look.
- Is there a reason why beat 4.5 LH of m. 20/24 are different from the others?
Everything else looks good! (Though the B-C clash in m. 38-39 is really weird sounding...)
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Large Fry Cook-Off! - Static
- New dynamic (mp) at m. 13-14? One visible to the player
- Courtesy naturals in m. 23/27/31/35 not needed
- Not sure if it's just Finale being weird, but in m. 53-54 the tremolo flags are overlapping the whole notes
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Start & Coffee Break Music - Static
Looks great!
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Meringue Clouds - Rubikium
Meringue Clouds
Playback: Should change to triplet swing
Got that. Also fixed an articulation issue in m. 10.

Aside from that, only thing I can see if that m. 4 would be better written in two layers to clarify what's going on in beat 1. If you're good with that, then I approve! (Files updated in the Dropbox folder.)
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Under the Rotting Pizza - Static
This is a pretty cool song, and the end is pretty interesting haha. Looks great!
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2020 Week 7

One of those random spur-of-the-moment sheets :P

Super Mario Odyssey
NEW!   Toastarena: Jaxi[MUS] [MIDI] [PDF] [Original] 


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Submission Center / Re: Food/Cooking Update
« on: February 16, 2020, 04:35:57 AM »
Frozen Pizza and Eggs (Shane's Theme) - Code_Name_Geek
- Somehow those dyads escaped my ears completely when I did this, but they're in now and it sounds a lot fuller! Thanks!
- Fixed the flipped stems.
- I also tried to align the dynamics better in the first 8 bars; let me know if anything looks off there.

Updated files:
[MUS] [MUSX] [PDF] [MIDI]
Okay, awesome! All looks good. Accepting :)
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Spinach Rag - Static
This looks great! Definitely got distracted by Tom Brier's cover while looking at this one...
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Funny Funny (The Kitchen of Danger) - Static
Treat Land - Rubikium
Updated Files:
Treat Land (ver03)
Cool, looks pretty good - a few of the harmonies in the latter section were missing or slightly off though. Here's a file with some slight adjustments, as well as slight adjustments to the spacing of the staves, a dynamic, and for some reason the text was small on page 2. If this all looks good to you, I'll approve!
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Yoob's Belly - Greg
Files for Yoob's Belly updated per feedback from Latios.
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Hey, I hadn't posted the feedback yet! :P It was about rewriting the RH so that the correct note is in the second layer and making sure it was more apparent what the second layer was.
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Accepting as it's all good now!
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Submission Center / Re: Food/Cooking Update
« on: February 15, 2020, 03:17:03 AM »
Egg Engines - mastersuperfan
- Tiny thing - beam beats 1-2 together in the RH
Other than that this is good!

"Link's Memories: 'Silent Princess'" - Zeila
Notes look great!
- The last few measures would be better in bass clef for the left hand.
- Spacing between systems could be adjusted just a bit to use up the space a bit more evenly.
I made those couple of minor edits for you, so accepting!

"Frozen Pizza and Eggs (Shane's Theme)" - Code_Name_aGeek
- Could we include the dyads in the left hand? It would be a pretty simple addition to what we currently have and would add a bit more color without making it more difficult. In measures 1-2 C#s beneath the F#s, in m. 3-4 B's beneath the E's, in m. 5-6 A's beneath the C#'s, etc.
- Some of your RH notes are flipped in m. 9/17.

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