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Excuse the double post.

bump because i'd love to see this arranged
The most bumped request on NSM must be bumped again.
Ok, 4 years is a bit long.
I'm done waiting.

You are done waiting, Maelstrom (and probably others): 2097 days after it was requested, here it is!

'Don't speak her name!'

Request / Re: [3DS] Fire Emblem: Awakening - "Don't Speak Her Name!"
« on: January 23, 2019, 09:19:54 PM »
The whitewings are up to something...

The original soundtrack is way easier to arrange than the SoV versions.  (I only realised after I'd arranged Encounter that it was actually already on the site, whoops.)

Encounter: [Musx] [Pdf] [Midi] [Mus]
World Map - Chapter 4 (Land of Sorrow): [Musx] [Pdf] [Midi] [Mus]

I'm not really 100% on the track names but they're easy to correct later so meh.

Also maybe use some 8vb instead of those low bass notes. Might make it look better and easier to read.

Personally, I second this, but with a note at the beginning that says "play left hand one octave lower than written" or something to that effect (so you don't have the line throughout the whole sheet). It might just be my limited playing experience, but I'm not comfortable or fluent in reading notes anywhere below two ledger lines from the bass clef, so this left hand part would definitely not be easy for me to learn.

Another reason to do this would be that having all of those ledger lines adds an awful lot of volume to the arrangement visually.  Particularly the second page is getting very crowded and getting rid of all of those ledger lines (by using a generic marking as msf suggested) would make the whole sheet a lot cleaner.

Submissions / Re: [SWITCH] Super Mario Odyssey - "Bonneton (Duet)" by amc
« on: January 21, 2019, 12:00:14 AM »
First things first, things only really work around here if you respond in the submissions thread to feedback that is given.  It lets the updaters know that the files have been updated, and also what your response to the feedback was.  If you could do that, we'd really appreciate it.

Secondly, I've had a little look through your sheet and have a few things to say (mostly concerning notes).
-The top line in bars 5-7 sounds different to me.  I'm getting this instead.  And there's something similar going on in bars 21-23.
-The chord in bar 10 is C7, so those Bs in bar 10 should be Bbs.
-The contour of the Pri. left hand is off in bars 13-14.  The E on the fourth beat of bar 13 is an octave higher (and the subsequent three beats also.)
-Missing E -> D# movement in the semibreves in the left hand of Pri. bars 19-20.
-Misplaced slur in the left hand of Sec. bar 16.
-Missing h in https.
-The tempo direction at the start of the piece is a little close to the 8va.  (In fact in general the first page is kind of short for space, but there's not a whole lot you can do about it without moving a whole system off of it.  Also that 8va should probably start a little more to the left to better cover the notes.  It's not ambiguous, it just looks a little awkward where it is.
-By any chance do you use finale v26?  Because all of the articulations are in weird places when I load up your musx.
-The snaps on the final system don't seem particularly founded in the rhythms of the original at that point.  Maybe add a different sound of percussion on beats 1/3 in that section to fit with the original better?
-In the second section beginning at bar 29 you're missing the movement in the bass before the octaves.  For example (starting at bar 29):
-Beats 4 in bars 47-48 in the right hand of Pri. aren't part of that voice; they're part of the voice you've written into the left hand of Pri. so you should move those notes into the lower staff.  Also the staccatos in the right hand of Pri. in that section (bars 45-51) don't feel particularly appropriate to me.  They sound like full length crotchets.
-I think you're missing a Gn in the chord in bar 27.  (Not actually 100% sure on that one though.)

I'll probably need another look through this later, but that's all I'm getting tonight.

Wow.... how did I miss all that?

Looking through sheets isn't the easiest thing in the world; I wouldn't worry about it.

Submissions / Re: [3DS] Fire Emblem Fates - "As All Stars Fall" by Libera
« on: January 20, 2019, 10:07:52 PM »
Thanks for looking it over!

Nice, this song was too slow for me to make any sense of it before seeing it all written out, similar to "......". :P While I think the lack of a time signature is cool, it seems like it'd work perfectly fine in 4/4... it would also help make some sense of the structure, because it seems like there is one.

I originally messed around with time signatures, not just 4/4 but others as well and I eventually came to the conclusion that it worked best this way.  Maybe something involving dashed barlines might work better?

I also think that the F-Gb dyad in the second system would be better written as a grace note or rolled, the minor second doesn't play at once.

I think at some point when I was messing around the roll on that chord got moved two beats earlier, or something like that.  Anyway, it's fixed now.

(Also don't remember where this plays, but noticing now that this melody shares a snippet with "Warmth Is Gone", probably makes sense?)

I'll just leave this here: "What we need ... is caring... and a warm hand ... and tears."
I think it might play in some other places as well, not sure.

Is this an issue? I used the finale default spacing in which it goes to the line. But I could move it if you want/if I should.

Finale default spacing is often not the best to use.  A great example would be finale's default slur placement, which is frequently horrible.

Also I can fix the copyright once you guys have worked it out. Should I take the current name of Square, or the old?

Probably best to see what Latios thinks about this.

No worries.


Woo more superlatives!!  These were great; I'm looking forward to the final wave!

Archiving this now after talking to Shy.

Submissions / Re: [SNES] Kirby Super Star - "Arena Battle" by
« on: January 19, 2019, 10:11:14 PM »
Just a final comment from me: I'm hearing some slightly different bass notes for the final section than you put in. 
-Bar 34: G rather than Bb.
-Bar 36: A rather than G. (The Gs are still there though, just not the bass.)
-Bars 37-38: Ds rather than As. (Apart from the Es on the final beat of bar 38, obviously.)

Regarding the missing RH in bars 1-4, my original assessment was that you had omitted them for exactly the reasons that you brought up and so I didn't mention it.  I'm certainly happy as it is, but if you do decide to change it that's fine as well.

Looks groovy.

I've got a few things here today for you.  Firstly, for historical purposes I didn't ignore Latios as I responded to him in Desire Below's submission thread. :P

Secondly, someone covered one of my sheets! (Namely: A Lady's Mirror).  It's a very nice performance, and they've got a few other performances of NSM stuff on their channel so check them out if you're interested.

Thirdly, I have new sheet!  This one was a lot more difficult than I originally imagined it would be, and I ended up spending a lot more time then usual sorting out the visuals aspects of the sheet.  Hopefully it turned out well.

Beautiful Princess Elincia: [Musx] [Pdf] [Midi] [Mus]

And finally I've tagged on a small sheet I did a while ago.  It's not particularly interesting, but here it is anyway.

Mist's Song: [Musx] [Pdf] [Midi] [Mus]

There's a more complete version of this piece that was in the sound files of Radiant Dawn but was unused and I might get around to working that into something later on.

Oh also all of my Fates youtube links are down at the moment, but I'm still looking for a decent source to get them from so I'll wait until I find that to fix them all.

Submissions / Re: [SNES] Kirby Super Star - "Arena Battle" by
« on: January 18, 2019, 08:51:38 PM »
As promised, I had a mess around with those two sections.

Bars 27-28:

I had two ideas for this section.  Both of them made the left hand more closely follow the bass line.

#1: I cut back on the harmonies but still included some in the left hand.

#2: I removed all of the harmonies from the left hand and moved them into the right hand as a second layer.

Feel free to do with these as you desire.

For the left hand accompaniment after bar 28, I decided that the best thing to do would probably be to simply change the first note of each bar so that it had the correct bass note at the bottom.  For example:

I hope that helps, and if you have any questions about any of that be sure to ask.

Submissions / Re: [SNES] Kirby Super Star - "Arena Battle" by
« on: January 18, 2019, 07:49:14 PM »
I mean I'd argue that depending on how you view it these things are basically the same thing.  They're certainly the same visually if you

Use the key for A phrygian (one flat) and write the C#.

Which I highly recommend.

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