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Gwyniad (n.) - an epic poem about the exploits of Gwyn, Lord of Sunlight

Tendressing (n.) - applied to a wound with too much loving care

Want to see how far I can take another person's 4-measure melody? Find out in Romp on a Simple Theme! Be aware that this is a jazz rearrangement.

Piano Arrangements / Re: NamelessArranger's Arrangements
« on: August 13, 2019, 01:08:31 AM »
Typically, the composer(s) for a video game can be found on the game's Wikipedia article. In the case of Professor Layton and the Unwound Future, I looked up its Wikipedia article and found it has exactly one composer: Tomohito Nishiura.

(Sometimes, you're not so lucky, find 6 composers for a single game, and have to narrow down who composed the song you arranged by looking up the game's OST.)

Undynia (n.) - This pain would stop if you would just get off the Genocide route

Gizzard (n.) - an organ dangled for disguise or protection

As long as you can hear what the heck is going on, Final Fantasy Tactics's "Battle on the Bridge" is underrated.

However, I compared your arrangement to the original theme and found that the runs in the original of Bars 22, 24, 30, 32, 56, 58, 64, and 66 do continue for an extra 16th note instead of stopping at an 8th note: the runs in Bars 22 and 56 continue to the B flat just below, the runs in Bars 24 and 58 continue to the D flat just below, the runs in Bars 30 and 64 continue to the E flat just below, and the runs in Bars 32 and 66 continue to the G just below.

Also, there's likely a way to have the trills on C in Bars 29 and 63 trill to D flat instead of D...

Off-Topic / Re: Official "I'm Away Topic"
« on: July 31, 2019, 01:04:45 AM »
I'll be away on a trip from Aug. 1-5. I'll have access to Internet but not my desktop computer.

Off-Topic / Re: The Post Your Thoughts of the Moment Thread 2
« on: July 29, 2019, 06:17:12 AM »
The good news is that YouTube at 25% speed finally has audio! Heck yes!

The bad news is that I spent my entire evening correcting one of my piano transcriptions as a result and found SEVERAL wrong and missing notes in it. (I already wasn't certain about some of the notes in that transcription back when I released it, and I figured YouTube at 25% speed with audio would help it.)

Pluffle (n.) - a CAPmon that, despite resembling a pillow, somehow has no embroidered edges

Music / Re: Inquiry: what octave is this song (singing) in?
« on: July 27, 2019, 06:31:13 PM »
Yup, just as I suspected from your description of the song,  this song jumps octaves between the verse and the chorus. I'd say the verse starts on the D# below Middle C and the chorus starts on the D# above Middle C. I feel that their tonics are similarly 1 octave apart from each other.

Home-Made Compositions / Re: Dekkadeci's Compositions
« on: July 26, 2019, 05:46:45 AM »
I've finished a little song without words today--if you're into intimate music, check it out here!

Logocracy (n.) - rule by words

So I doubt you've heard of the game Monolith, but I think I need a bit of help with this piano transcription:

My transcription of "The Trial" from Monolith:


This piece is quite percussion-heavy, so I transcribed several of the drum beats as piano notes in Bars 9-24.

I'm quite uncertain about the precise rhythms of the Beat 2s of Bars 1-8 and the last left-hand note of Bar 4.

(Sheesh, I think a circa-30-second song with not much harmonies and an easy-to-ignore arpeggio line should be easy, but then it throws curveballs at me....)

Help! / Re: Program for arrange
« on: July 23, 2019, 12:43:42 AM »
You can create arrangements with Musescore and release Musescore files and PDFs (to a file-sharing website such as Google Drive or Dropbox) or release your score to the Musescore website, and you can even provide links to those in your arrangement thread on this forum, but you cannot submit Musescore files to NinSheetMusic.

You cannot submit just a PDF to NinSheetMusic--you need to submit a MIDI and a Finale file as well. In fact, the first priority of file to fix when adjusting a NinSheetMusic submission is the Finale file, as we may end up creating the other files from it.

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