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Hmm... I didn't use the part that you gave me, I simply used audiostrech and did it my self.
So the part that I put in there are two differant voices?

You'll notice that the BPM is set to (dotted quarter note) = 65. I know that the tempo is actually (dotted quarter note) = 64.5, I was told by someone else that I should just round it to 65. If I should go with the original tempo please let me know.

One more thing... Its seems notepad 2012 can't export to pdf, only mid. Could you do that too or is there a way I can do that myself?

I fixed a few other things:
  • Make title and composer/arranger format match the template font
  • Add copyright + site link
  • Remove Pno. abbreviation
  • Use treble clef in LH for measures 36-43
  • A bunch of other weird import nonsense
Hopefully this is alright.
Yeah thank you so much!

Post a link to your file!
I'm so sorry! I don't know why I always forget to do that...
Anyway here is the musicxml file I used:

I'm just curious to see what people are more excited to play when they come out.

I imported a musicxlm file to finale and for some reason, the staves are really close to each other. I don't have the staff tool so would someone mind moving the staves apart for me?

Off-Topic / Re: The Post Your Thoughts of the Moment Thread 2
« on: February 18, 2019, 01:34:47 AM »
I noticed that too. I thought it's always been there and I'm just unobservant lol.

Forum Games / Re: ''That is not a ________!'' Game
« on: February 17, 2019, 10:50:43 PM »
A piece of junk!

That's not a piece of junk, that's a _______!

Ok here's an example where I just took something random and made the staves too close together.

If you click on the staff tool (treble clef symbol) at the top those boxes will appear like in my picture.  Click on the purple one (its purple in my picture because I've clicked on it, but it won't be be purple in yours until you click on it) and then drag it down until it looks like this.


Note the 1 inch spacing that shows.

Also it's possible that none of this will work on notepad; it's been many years since I've used notepad so I'm not really aware of what it can and cannot do.
Ok I'll try it. Thanks!

EDIT: ok, it appears notepad doesn't have the staff tool. I'm broke, so... Now what?

Off-Topic / Re: Relationships
« on: February 17, 2019, 10:03:52 PM »
Oof that sucks. Hopefully you won't be sick for too long

Forum Games / Re: The CTRL-V Game!
« on: February 17, 2019, 10:02:42 PM »
Me too, I was actually looking for the site just the other day and couldn't find it. I got a bunch of free album downloads cause I got a friend of mine to click the link a bunch of times.

I've already read all this and I didn't find anything about moving staves apart from each other or closer together or footers.

Ok so I fixed it and updated it.
I downloaded finale notepad 2012 but I can't seem to figure it out... My staves are touching and I can't move them apart. Also, I can't figure out how to add a footer.
If someone could help me out with that that would be great.

No worries!

Have you tried slowing the audio down using a tool like Audiostretch? Doing so can help you pick out different parts easily, and it seems like you've done a good job in other places so I feel confident you can take a good stab at this part with a bit of effort.

Anyway, there's actually two more voices under the melody present in this part, one of which you've already started writing in m. 39. Here's what I've got for m. 36-39. (Try not to peek until you've given it a shot!)

No, I haven't... I'll give it a try later. I'm busy right now but I will listen to the original until my ears bleed... Or the dishes are done. Thanks though.

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