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Submissions / Re: [NDS] Nintendogs - "Chow Record" by PokéMaster
« on: September 15, 2021, 09:54:03 PM »
Thank you for the feedback! I revised the sheet in your points.

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m35-38 RH: It's up to you, but I think trying to find a way to incorporate the guitar lick here would be cool.
I didn't incorporate it, unfortunalely, beacuse the beats wouldn't be filled without the violin voice, just offbeat sounds not so good imo. You can't play the violin voice together with the guitar voice (the voices are overlapping) or rather to play them in two different octaves would be very hard.

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m57-60: I'd also try to include the guitar melody here, I think it's more important than the background chords. This would also mean getting rid of the repeat, since the guitar part is different the 2nd time through.
similar matter

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m53 RH: Since this is in 3/4 and not 6/8, the second dotted quarter should be written as an 8th note tied to a quarter.
Yes, I just thought it might be easier to read.

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Copyright info, page titles, and page numbers are outside the page margins.
How do I fix it?

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Submissions / Re: [NDS] Nintendogs - "Chow Record" by PokéMaster
« on: August 07, 2021, 09:42:41 PM »

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  • m17-32 has a wide variety of dynamic contrasts that I think would be helpful to notate. It's definitely
  • not just mezzoforte the entire way through.
    The 8th notes in m24 and 32 sound the same length as those in m21-22. I think they should be staccato.

Updated, added some cresc. brackets.

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Anyone else have thoughts here?

For the sake of completeness, I would advocate inclusion in the NSM library. Also, this record is very well known/popular among Nintendogs players, I don't know if that would be worth leaving it out. Besides, it's only a small fragment from the second movement of the 94th, so from there it's also a unique piece somewhere I think :)

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Thank you! I've adopted your version

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Okay, the sheet is updated.

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- URL missing a / at the end
Actually the URL isn't missing, or what exactly did you mean?

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- You can just use a tenuto mark (horizontal line) instead of "ten." in the first system
What horizontal line? I wrote like this because it's also in the urtext edition.


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- For the "surprise" chord in m. 16 the ff doesn't have enough room - it's colliding with the stem of the LH part. You could either widen the space between the LH/RH staves or flip the LH octave down.
I flipped it down.

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- Also about the chord, I would suggest adding accents and the fifth (D) to give it some more punch.
Cool idea, updated.

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- The left hand in m. 23-24 and 31-32 should be an octave lower.
Hm, in the orignal both octaves are played, but in the lower octave it sounds better, you're right

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- Extra mf mark in m. 25 is not needed
deleted

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- I don't think you need the (pp) in m. 9, it's not really any different from the beginning is it?
In the absolutely original it's written with a pianissimo, so I thought the player could choose if he wants to play in more quiet or not.

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- I would suggest reducing the space between systems a little bit so you have room to put the footer within the page margins.
I did not really unterstand the topic you've linked, so I've tried a bit in the sheet. I don't know whether that is it.

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I have to apologise to the updaters and feedback people. I had no bad intentions, just wanted to make a joke. I realised that it wasn't fun and I won't do this again.

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Anyway...

- For the composer/arranger text, I would suggest the following instead of "Edited by":
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Composition by Franz Joseph Haydn
Arrangement by Hajime Wakai
Piano arrangement by PokeMaestro
- URL missing a / at the end
- You can just use a tenuto mark (horizontal line) instead of "ten." in the first system
- For the "surprise" chord in m. 16 the ff doesn't have enough room - it's colliding with the stem of the LH part. You could either widen the space between the LH/RH staves or flip the LH octave down.
- Also about the chord, I would suggest adding accents and the fifth (D) to give it some more punch.
- The left hand in m. 23-24 and 31-32 should be an octave lower.
- Extra mf mark in m. 25 is not needed
- I don't think you need the (pp) in m. 9, it's not really any different from the beginning is it?
- I would suggest reducing the space between systems a little bit so you have room to put the footer within the page margins. See this topic: https://www.ninsheetmusic.org/forum/index.php?topic=10719.0

Wait, I'm confused. Was there already a feedback or did you just put it in a quote?

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Is that a defect? The title shows components of a source code...

However, here's the original. I wasn't sure if G minor is the right key because the piece almost only consists of diminished chords... Let's see.


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updated  :P

I'm glad we've finished that sheet after over a year. Thank you, Mastersuperfan and Latios for supporting this. I got a lot of experience.

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I'm sorry for late replying. Updated now.

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Help! / Re: Conversion to .mus?
« on: January 25, 2021, 06:19:21 PM »
Hello!

  • 1. Open your arranged mscz file via MuseScore.
  • 2. Go to "File" -> "Export". Here you save your file as an mxl.
  • 3. Now download Finale Notepad 2012 (if you haven't it yet). It is free of charge.
  • 4. In Finale NP 2012, select "File" -> "MusicXML" -> "Import..." again and select your arrangement converted to mxl.
  • 5. Now go to "File"->"Save" again. Now you have your .mus file.

Alright, you will see that the .mus-file is very unstructured. It is very time-consuming to adjust everything by hand, as Dekka said. Especially if you don't know Finale yet. I had the same problem at the beginning. I'll write you a PM with some tips.

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