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Site News / Re: Updater update
« on: September 15, 2021, 04:16:09 PM »
Congrats, Bloop!
Excited to see you join the team. : D

And, Mealstrom...Maelstrom*...
We're so thankful for your help with sheets!

Don't get too lost in that science ;)

Site News / Re: Update, Tuesday 31st of August 2021
« on: September 02, 2021, 02:22:16 PM »
Good job, guys! Nice looking sheets.  8)

NSM Performance Videos / Re: Striver4, Banjo Kazooie progress, 14/08/21
« on: August 23, 2021, 01:54:52 AM »
Great job! Very admirable and a privilege for you to do that, to create sheet music for people here, of game music so special to a lot of people. I look forward to properly trying Mad Monster Mansion (I understand this is one you arranged). It's been stuck in my head so much recently.
Hey, thanks.

Man, I thoroughly love arranging VGM...and I really wish I had more time so I could get back to arranging and sheet checking. Hopefully someday soon I'll get back to it...

NSM Performance Videos / Re: Striver4, Banjo Kazooie progress, 14/08/21
« on: August 22, 2021, 01:19:35 AM »
Yeah, I arranged a few of them back in the day.

Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
The Great Boggly Tree

OH, hey! I remember you attempting this one a while ago, but never finishing it. Great to see the final product!

Also, bless you for enduring the dismal sounds of River Twygz Bed...

Anyway, it warms my heart to see you back to arranging : )
Keep up the awesome work.

NSM Performance Videos / Re: Striver4, Banjo Kazooie progress, 14/08/21
« on: August 14, 2021, 04:21:48 PM »
Heyyy, welcome to the site.  8)

Like yourself, I am an avid fan of Banjo-Kazooie and Banjo-Tooie, as well as other Nintendo 64 games.

Keep up the great work! You're doing an awesome job : )

Great to see you back, Bloop!

Those are some nice sheetsz

Whoa, that SPM sheet is pretty sweet. Definitely a challenging song though...I gave up with accidentals in those songs long ago  xD

Great to see your steady flow of sheet output!

Sweet, and same here.

Looking good!

It's got my approval.

Lat can take a final look and hit the green button.

Couple things:

- You forgot a dynamic marking : )
- Perhaps a courtesy accidental on the C (RH; M. 2). Totally up to you though. I know people can be picky about these in their sheets.

Anyway, looking great! Definitely adding this to my notebook. : )

This has gotta be one of the neatest musical easter eggs in recent memory... and this couldn't translate to piano more easily. A very pleasant sight read as well ;D
I second this!

I gave this puppy a thorough check the other day...I just forgot to post 😂

In addition to Latios' last few comments, I'm not seeing anything additional! You have my approval, as well...after those tiny things are fixed.

I double checked the sheet, while cross-referencing with your reasoning. From what I'm seeing and the reasons you gave, I'm satisfied with the sheet!

Are there any more questions or does anyone else have any feedback? If not, I think this one's good.

Alrighty, I apologize for the wait.

Feedback time... : )

M. 7 & 15 (LH): Maybe it's just me, but I'm not hearing that low A. Either it's an instrument different than the bassoon (or whatever) that I'm not hearing, or it's not there.
M. 22 (and recurring; LH): Looong ago on one of my very first submissions, Deku/Olimar, can't remember which, told me to never repeat the same note in a LH waltz accompaniment like this. In my opinion (and from what I was told many years ago), I wouldn't recommend repeating the downbeat note along with the second and upbeat notes. Additionally, I've never seen professionally published piano music do this. My personal recommendation would be to get rid of the top C in the octave on beat 1.
M. 26 (RH): Playability concerns are what come to mind in this measure. If your highest goal is to preserve the notes, it'll be fine. It's not impossible for sure. I just wanted to note that it's not the easiest to play. 
M. 68: I would recommend a FF (double forte) since it sounds more intense than the previous measures.
M. 69 (Both hands): Similarly, an accent on the first note of this measure would be nice.
- From what I'm seeing, there's an inconsistency with how the layers are being written. For example, M. 31 (and others like it), the rest in one of the layers is hidden, while in M. 32 (and others like it), the rest is present.
- Some of the chords in the LH sound muddy. That could be resolved by inverting the triads up.
- I've noticed that you have a few courtesy accidentals, which is good! But I would recommend combing through again and placing some where it'd be beneficial.

That's all I have for now! Loving this song. I can't wait to play the game when I get time...

Hmm, I'm not really sure about any of these. 
Aye, no problem. Alas, that's just my personal preference for courtesy accidentals.

What I'm seeing looks great! I wasn't able to get too in depth with note checking, but I trust Latios covered it appropriately.


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