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Submission Center / Re: Food/Cooking Update
« on: February 20, 2020, 03:28:13 AM »
- RH beat 4 of m25 should be a dotted eighth - sixteenth rhythm, instead of two eighth notes.
- For m3-4, I think the main problem with it is that those jumps are really big for such a short period of time, so something like this would be much easier:
- I would also recommend something like this for m1-2 because I think that re-articulating the same note on in a 16th-note span is quite hard when playing dyads and doesn't add that much IMO
- You might also consider raising the D on beat 1.75 in m4 LH by an octave, and/or modifying the consecutive 16ths in m26 LH beat 4, because consecutive 16ths are really hard to play with just the pinky. Haven't played piano in a while, though, so you might disagree.
- Nitpick, but I'm used to seeing the segno (m5) directly above the barline.
- I would personally notate the D in m26 as a half note just because it looks cleaner and doesn't make things more confusing by not showing beat 3. Matter of preference.
EDIT: I would also move the "& Dan Miyakawa" down to the next line so the "Composition by" text isn't so far under the title/subtitle.
Fixed

- Perhaps include parentheses on LH beat 3.5 of m5 to avoid confusion, since both hands are playing the same note there.
Also fixed.

- A long time ago, Ben once told me that the space between the "Arranged by" text and the second line of the "Composed by" text should be the same as the space between the two "Composed by" text lines (i.e. equal spacing between all three lines). I don't know if anyone really cares anymore (I don't mind it as is), but I thought I'd at least mention it.
I'm sure no one does. That being said, I did move the Composed by text a little farther down, if anyone actually cares.


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Kirby Super Star [SNES]
"Peanut Plain" (Replacement)MUSMUSXMIDIPDFOriginal
Pokémon Stadium [N64]
"Sushi-Go-Round"MUSMUSXMIDIPDFOriginal

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Forum Games / Re: Wrong Answers Only
« on: February 16, 2020, 06:03:28 AM »
pretty sure that's a screenshot of Andrew Garfield in the Amazing Spiderman
HAH

What's going on here?
[close]

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Site News / Re: New Updater! (Friday 14th of February 2020)
« on: February 15, 2020, 01:01:21 AM »
Well, I'd call that news...

...pretty super.

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Forum Games / Re: Wrong Answers Only
« on: February 14, 2020, 03:46:37 AM »
Terrible job everyone, let's keep going:

Why is he sad?
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Submissions / Re: [GG] Sonic the Hedgehog 2 - "Oil Ocean Zone" by Yug Guy
« on: February 13, 2020, 03:53:30 AM »

Also, I just realized that this game's console is set to Game Gear right now? Can we please change it to Genesis?

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I have 2 Player written in parenthesis, but we can argue about semantics later.

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Forum Games / Re: Wrong Answers Only
« on: February 12, 2020, 03:20:20 AM »
A group of teens rather apathetically tries to get out of an escape room. By that I mean no one has any idea what's going on and are hoping the brainiac of the group has some sort of idea on what to do. Except for, the brainiac really isn't all that smart, they just know especially well how to regurgitate information
Gonna be honest with you, this is pretty close to the actual answer.

Anyway, NEXT:

"Who are they?"
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Forum Games / Wrong Answers Only
« on: February 11, 2020, 04:18:34 AM »
Title is somewhat self-explanatory. I post a picture and you all have to tell me what it is/what's going on. This keeps going on until I post another. You get no points for having the best or funniest answer, just like in real life.

For some idea of what this game is like, see this tumblr post, or search "Wrong answers only" on Google.

First picture: "What's going on here?"
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Submission Center / Re: Food/Cooking Update
« on: February 11, 2020, 03:04:07 AM »
- I would specify "L.H." in the "play one octave lower than written" note.
- The consecutive 16ths in the LH in m1-3 are really hard to play with the thumb. I would suggest changing those into single 8th notes since it shouldn't sound that different anyway.
- I think a lot of the eighth notes in the melody (m5-19) could use staccatos.
- I'm also hearing an F and an A (in addition to the D, which is the highest note) on beat 3 of m30 RH. (also, a D on the final beat)
Fixed.

- m3-4 in the RH looks pretty difficult to play, and while I imagine the notes are there, that's not really the line I hear most on a first listen to the original. Is there an easier/more prominent melody to include there instead?
This monstrosity is the full melody line in m1-4:
Spoiler
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I tried condensing it as much as I could, but it's not easy. If you have any other suggestions after looking at this, I'll try them out.

- m5, m8, m11, m13, and m16 all have a 16th-note triplet instead of two 16th notes on beat 1.5. This is also true of m17 and m19, but it's much harder to play a repeated dyad that fast (with a single note you can use different fingers in rapid succession), so I would only make the change in the aforementioned measures.
Maybe, but I don't think most pianists would be able to play it (myself included). I feel like it's more accessible this way.

I also lowered the R.H. in m1-4 down an octave to better fit the original.

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Kirby Super Star [SNES]
"Peanut Plain" (Replacement)MUSMUSXMIDIPDFOriginal

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Submission Center / Re: Food/Cooking Update
« on: February 06, 2020, 04:03:47 AM »
I figured I'd fix up this replacement before the deadline passes:

Kirby Super Star [SNES]
"Peanut Plain" (Replacement)MUSMUSXMIDIPDFOriginal

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Feedback / Re: The Great NSM Audit™
« on: February 05, 2020, 03:00:53 AM »
Thank you for finding the moon. But, I wish you hadn't!

Today's update added a total of 4 replacements, all of which were taken off of the spreadsheet. In addition, the game Sonic & Knuckles has been taken off of the spreadsheet entirely.

This has been your NSM Audit Update™. We look forward to seeing you at the malt shop.

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Submission Center / Re: Food/Cooking Update
« on: February 02, 2020, 06:25:19 AM »
I think you misunderstood - I'm saying they're regular eighth notes.
...oh.

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Submission Center / Re: Food/Cooking Update
« on: February 02, 2020, 06:11:43 AM »
Sushi-Go-Round - Yug Guy
Yeah, I agree with McDucky... still hearing just normal melody notes.
I suppose that puts me in the minority then. Updated with quarter notes.

Pokémon Stadium [N64]
"Sushi-Go-Round"MUSMUSXMIDIPDFOriginal

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my only real beef with this is m.8, m.12 where the two voices in the top staff overlap and obscures the direction of the melody and the accomp on beat 1.5: on a pdf especially, where it's all black and white, it can be hard to tell what is going where. i'd use the note mover tool here just to boop them apart slightly so when you read it you can clearly say "oh this A is from the melody and this C is from the accomp"
Take a look & lmk what you think

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Thanks, 'The Sega Sound Team'.
Let's just say that the authorial ownership of the songs in S3&K is... complicated

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