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Alright, let's get down to it for this one! :D Sincere apologies for the wait.

My first request would be to use 3 measures per system throughout the A section as well. You have more than enough room to do so given half the third page is empty, and some places are awkwardly cramped like the LH of m. 13.

-m26: Was there a specific reason you didn't keep this in 4/4 with 16ths, instead of 2/2 with 8ths? Both work if you prefer having it in 2/2, but since you haven't written the harp parts in 16ths (or 32nds in 4/4), there's not much against having it in 4/4 either.
I originally wrote out the fast harp part many years ago and worked off of that file, so I just kept it as 2/2. I think I'll leave it as is for now unless somebody feels strongly about using 4/4 instead
I don't know if I would describe my preference as "strongly" haha, it comes down to what you prefer instead ^^ If you didn't know yet, there's an option under Utilities -> Change to change the note durations, which will probably save some work.
No strong opinion from me

Other stuff from me:
- May I ask where the second eighth note in the lower layer in m. 6 comes from? Sounds like an A might fit better given the original. Same comment for the same place in m. 16, and 22.
- The exposed tritone in the left hand on beat 1 of m. 10 sounds a bit empty and dissonant compared to the intended lush harmony. I’d strongly suggest filling out the chord with a D between the notes, written in the second layer to preserve the separate melodic line. Perhaps an F below too - you lose the Bb at the bottom of the chord but I think the richness of the chord more than makes up for it. Same goes for m. 12.
- There are actually quite a few grace notes preceding strong beats in the melody in the A section, which are especially more prominent in the original starting in m. 18. Were these omitted intentionally? (If so, I’m fine with it to decrease complexity since we already have all these rolled chords and 16th lines)
- A crescendo would probably be nice in m. 24-25 (just cresc. Text in m. 24 to avoid the hairpin taking up too much space)
- The grace notes in m. 28 don’t make much sense to me with the on-beat chord re-striking the grace notes. Would a roll marking be better, or alternatively a single grace note G that’s tied to the half note G?
- m. 33 second half - the melody sounds like it should be Bn-A-G-Bn. Additionally, the Eb’s below the melody should be natural.

Project Archive / Re: Latios212's Halloween Sheet[s]
« on: October 28, 2022, 05:56:53 PM »
Ah so so sorry for the wait...

-m1-12: It's probably easier for the R.H. to take the top note of the L.H. chords.
-m14 and 16: There should be a C# that's played after the rolled chord in the L.H.
- I initially had it in mind that the player could use both hands freely to divide up the stack of notes as they want, but after playing around with it again yeah it works with both hands rolling a ninth in most places!
- Ah quite subtle I didn't notice at first, but added

-m1-12: It's probably easier for the R.H. to take the top note of the L.H. chords.
-m14 and 16: There should be a C# that's played after the rolled chord in the L.H.
I think I may have been mixing up some of the notes I wrote in the LH with the octave doubling in the RH you suggested. The suggestions sound good, changed accordingly!

Thanks for checking :)

Submissions / Re: [ARCADE] Dragon Buster - "Catacomb" by Federico Mariane
« on: October 11, 2022, 12:07:22 AM »
JacopoTore, a few things:
- Discussing replacements is off topic here; if you have any questions or concerns about how replacements work we can discuss that in another place at another time (either in the Feedback forum or via private messages). You are distracting from what this thread is for; the sheet in the submission.
- You are free to express your opinion on how things are done around here. But as multiple other people have explained, this site is a volunteer-run effort and at the end of the day you must respect that.

Getting back to the issue at hand, as explained multiple times:
- Your students are allowed to submit scores independently.
- You are not allowed to have your name on more than 4 sheets per update when including collaborations, in order to be fair to others.
- If the sheets that your students make are credited to them only, they may proceed with submitting 2 sheets per student per update as long as they are responsible for making updates to the scores and replying in the topic. If you are credited as an arranger on their scores, then the above limit will apply that no more than 4 active submissions can have your name on them, limiting the amount of scores from your students that can be in the submissions process.

It is not of our concern what you do with your students. Please understand that it is only our concern to ensure that everyone receives fair treatment when having their sheets reviewed.

Lastly, while it is fine to ask why things are done a certain way, I must remind you that:
- You must always be respectful of all other members.
- The words of any other updater regarding submissions should be treated with the same authority as words from me (the site administrator). I should not have to intervene in order to provide the final say on anything like this.

Thank you.

Off-Topic / Re: NSM web crawler - batch downloader!
« on: October 10, 2022, 12:33:54 AM »
Hello there and welcome to NinSheetMusic! :) I appreciate the effort put into compiling this together.

However, I advise people against trying to download the entire site's contents for one main reason: Unlike other online collections you might want a mass downloader for (like KHInsider), NinSheetMusic is a continually evolving collection with improvements and replacements made for older sheets. We often replace sheets on site with new files that contain accuracy and formatting fixes, or even completely rearranged sheets for some older, lower quality ones. As such, a bulk download of the sheets on site will become outdated over time. (There's also the question of the site handling so many requests at once, but that's a separate concern...)

All the same, we don't have any terms of service or anything like that to explicitly disallow web scrapers right now and there's nothing I can do to stop you. We're just a small group of hobbyists trying to curate a collection of quality sheets. For the above reasons, I'd kindly ask that you not widely share/distribute these scripts. Again, this isn't a demand coming from the owner of the site but a personal request based on what I believe is best.

Thank you for your time!

Submissions / Re: [NDS] Rhythm Heaven - "Café" by Latios212
« on: October 08, 2022, 03:45:57 AM »

Project Archive / Latios212's Halloween Sheet[s]
« on: October 05, 2022, 12:04:59 AM »
[MUL] Doki Doki Literature Club Plus! - Dusk

The above is a not to difficult one-pager; here's a super short second one:

[SW] Famicom Detective Club: The Missing Heir - Memory of the Accident


Title from here, although I'd be happy to add "(Battle Theme)" or something to the sheet title to make it a bit more apparent to someone who happens to be browsing. This is the main battle theme that plays when battling normal enemies.

Also I wasn't super happy with the left hand in m. 77-92, but after revisiting it a few times I didn't have any better ideas for this section. Feel free to suggest :P I think everything else here went rather well, surprisingly given the style of the original track.

Haha sounds like you must've been exploring the OST recently
Thanks to you xD One day I'll hear the music in context of the game!

Anyway, sheet looks good, I'll accept :D

Great! I shall accept then :3

Looks great overall! Couple of things about the bass:
- Sounds like C to me for the low notes at the beginning, similar to how m. 5 is an octave below the upper G's?
- The bass in m. 37-40 sounds like it should be up an fourth (so using F, Gb, Ab), moving up parallel to the melody.

Submission Archive / Re: [Wii] The Last Story - "Castle Ruri" by Static
« on: September 27, 2022, 02:30:46 AM »
I'll trust your judgement on that then - I can hear it a little bit now that I'm listening for it.

Will accept :)

Submission Archive / Re: [3DS] Picross 3D: Round 2 - "Title" by Latios212
« on: September 27, 2022, 02:23:19 AM »
I agree with all of those! Thanks for the trip on the last one, I had no idea how to fix that - usually I just retry a few times and fall back to the normal Finale PDF exporter if it didn't want to work (which is risking other issues...)

Files hopefully all good to go now :P

Yes there is that shared movement! Maybe it's because Es Cade is the mayor of Phenac City after all.
Ooh didn't know that. I should play the game one day :)

I think the systems are a bit too far spaced out on page 2 now; they might look better with similar spacing as on page 1. You won't be using up the whole page anyway. I don't mind accepting it as is but if you want to make a last adjustment before I accept, that's fine too :P

This looks great! I just have one small thing to point out about system spacing - you could easily move one system onto page 2 to give them more space in between (some places like between m. 15/19 get rather close when things are so far off the staff). You should also move the top system on page 2 down and away from the header a bit.

Also - when listening to this I noticed the same movement in the last few measures as in Phenac City - very distinctive!

Alrighty, I don't have anything else to add! Let's get this accepted at last~

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