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Submissions / Re: [NES] Mega Man 2 - "Ending" by
« on: Today at 05:35:06 PM »
sent shortly after that post :)

2020 Week 48

A very short and sweet piece from Kirby's Return to Dream Land, this is one of my favorites :) I do think I'll need to revisit this arrangement some time down the line though since I'm not super satisfied with it at the moment.

Kirby's Return to Dream Land
NEW!   Sky Waltz[MUS] [MIDI] [PDF] [Original] 

Submissions / Re: [NES] Mega Man 2 - "Ending" by
« on: November 27, 2020, 08:05:01 PM »
Honestly, I like that idea. As long as I get to decrease the page size.
I don't think you even need to :P I just messed with the staff spacing for that image (can send that file if you want)

Submissions / Re: [NES] Mega Man 2 - "Ending" by
« on: November 27, 2020, 07:29:49 PM »
Now, in regards to the sheet, is it really necessary to use slurs here? At the time I arranged this, I used them as a hint for hand positions/fingering, but now... I'm not sure. Thoughts? I can easily remove them in favor of a con pedale marking.
Nah, don't think you need slurs at all here. There's no special articulation you need to highlight, ambiguity of where the melody is, etc.

-The systems on the second page could possibly be brought up a little higher.  You're much closer to the bottom margin than you are to the top margin, so it might look a little more even this way.
You could do that, but honestly the sheet looks unnecessarily spaced out right now with sparse measures and tons of extra white space on the page. This could easily fit on one page:

Submissions / Re: [PC] Symphonic Rain - "Secret" by Latios212
« on: November 27, 2020, 07:22:15 PM »

as do I :P

let's goooooo

-I don't really hear this C -> Eb thing in bars 5, 9, 19 etc...  It sounds like the Eb comes in on beat 1.5 just like all of the other ones.
I hear the C-Eb thing pretty well, especially in m5.
I agree with Maelstrom here; I hear it as currently written.

-Bar 44 sounds nothing like what you wrote in.
Is 44 the right bar we're talking about? I hear the electric guitar playing the countermelody written in here (C's and Bb's)

Yeah, I agree with this for the bass in m. 49+.

Other suggestions:
- In m. 5 and similar, I would suggest extending the top layer notes until the end of the beat - i.e. eighth rest + dotted quarter rather than eighth reat + quarter + eighth rest
- You could just use a dotted half instead of quarter-tied-half in m. 25/29
- Would suggest putting the staccato below the note in m. 38
- The melody sounds like it descends to a C (instead of staying at G) at the end of m. 39 and 47.
- Fix the inner ties crossing for the chords in m. 65 and similar

Oh, I see what you were getting at now. The G up top seems pretty faint compared to the notes under it, especially in m. 5.

I was suggesting this based on what stands out to me when listening to the original:

Submission Archive / Re: [NES] Final Fantasy III - "Battle 1" by Yug Guy
« on: November 26, 2020, 03:34:24 AM »
Woo, approved

Sorry if I wasn't clear. M1 and m5 should look like this:

I thought it was that but with the E an octave lower

And yes I meant m40. Counting is hard; thanks latios
Haha no worries

Why not have the left hand take over the last half of the measure in m32 and m39? It's perfectly capable of doing so and would be easier to play and have less ledger lines.
Note sure what you mean here; did you mean RH and m. 40 instead of 39? If so, that makes sense to me

Other stuff in addition to Mael's comments:
- The octave D in m. 4 would be easier played by the left hand.
- Up to you, but the end of m. 24 would be a good place to put a double barline if you want to.

That's all, nice work!

Submission Archive / Re: [NES] Final Fantasy III - "Battle 1" by Yug Guy
« on: November 25, 2020, 05:52:02 PM »
Oh no. I didn't listen far enough into the original to know that it did that. I mean, I guess I could have just linked my own video, but I really don't want to be that guy...
No harm in that if your video consists of just the original audio :P

-The run in bars 8 and 16 should be G# -> A -> B -> C ->D -> D# -> E.
I'm hearing what Libera said as well. Also watch the slur in m. 8, it bends down a bit much and touches the bottom staff.

Nothing else to add :)

Awesome! Sheet looks great, and you're very welcome.

The last couple of things - the footer text is below the bottom margin, and it still looks like the q = 90 tempo mark is actually several of them superimposed.

That's about it, though, and these are super tiny things so I'll leave my approval :)

Ah whoops. Those are indeed not rests in the RH.

RH m33 b1 - I hear a G here before the D.
It's a bit hard to tell which of the Cmaj notes are there, but I think E sounds like it leads into the rest of the line I have written in the RH.

RH m34 b1 - I hear 2 16ths here - B followed by a C, which makes b1.5 a restrike.
Ooh yeah that Bn against Bb sounds nice here. I don't think it should strike the C as a 16th note, though.

RH m40 - Not sure about the harp here at all. B1.25 might be a D#? E? It's right around there.
Ah yup. Second note there is an E.

Thanks for the check! Updated the files.

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