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Wooo new CV in time for spooky season

A few things:
I opted to do arpeggios instead of the straight driving 16th note bass cause who wants to play that.
I am unsure of the tempo markings that may be needed for the shift from 4/4, to 7/8, back to 4/4.

Submissions / Re: [SNES] ActRaiser - "Fillmore (Act-1)" by Atcero
« on: October 21, 2023, 10:34:09 PM »
Sorry for taking so long to get back on this, thanks for the feedback!

A couple things tho that I did differently:

-m2: I don't really hear a lot going on in the original for this L.H. part: I only hear the bass play the F#'s on beat 1 and 3, and an organ D on beat 2. Aside from the melody I can hear a countermelody part, but since it's quite soft and about as busy as the melody, I don't think the arrangement necessarily needs it included. tl;dr maybe you could do something like this:
I like filling out the chords more if possible with simpler bass sections, so if possible I would like to keep the Ab (quarter) and the F# octave.
For m3, I did the pattern but did keep some of the more original notes, let me know if this doesnt work.

-m4-16 (as well as m20): This whole section has the repeated-pinky thing going on, which is easily fixed with using another chord tone (usually the 5th from the bass note, sometimes the 6th whenever you see an An on Bn in the L.H.) instead of repeating the root notes. Whenever you're dealing with a fast piece, it's best to avoid repeated notes as much as possible.
m4-16, I instead opted for an octave pattern rather than the added 5th/6th chord.

-m21-24: Playing the softer organ voice in the middle of the L.H. is quite hard in combination with the rhythmically heavy slap bass part. Personally I think I'd leave out the organ voice, as it's quite soft and doesn't add as much as the slap bass part does.
I opted to merge it with the bass as I would love to keep the organ, as I know in a lot of remixes and orchestral remixes (i know I'm not arranging those but) tend to have it more prominent.

-m6 and 8: I think you could leave out the 16th runs on beat 3-4, as they're pretty hard to play (especially if you wanna hold down the C in the melody), and they're not as prominent in the original. The bass part does a good enough job of filling out the empty space.
I did up the Ab to make it hopefully easier to play. I do at least want to keep the second run of D F G, but understand if both still should be removed.

-m9: The run in thirds on beat 4 is pretty hard to play at this speed. Maybe you can just keep in the Bn on beat 4 and remove the other 16ths? It'll be easier to end the run in beat 1 of m10 on just the C and (high) Eb, but you can keep the low Eb in if you want.
Opted to do two 8th notes of the B on beat 4 and and a C on beat 4.5.

Thanks again!

Project Archive / Re: Atcero's "Too Hot to Handle" Project Sheets
« on: October 20, 2023, 04:06:49 AM »
Got that all updated :catjam: thank ya!

Project Archive / Re: Atcero's "Too Hot to Handle" Project Sheets
« on: October 15, 2023, 07:35:22 AM »
Got that all updated, thanks so much! Also I did check the font at least for the tempo marking and it seems to be the same font as other sheets ive done, but the size was def off

Project Archive / Re: Atcero's "Too Hot to Handle" Project Sheets
« on: October 10, 2023, 04:01:45 AM »
Got that all updated, thank ya!

Project Archive / Re: Atcero's "Too Hot to Handle" Project Sheets
« on: September 24, 2023, 05:28:55 PM »
Got that all updated, thank you and sorry for the wait!

All updated minus the formatting template, not sure if 27 will accept that without breaking honestly. Also second playback is broken and thought I had it set up correctly but doesnt seem to be, but if that doesnt matter then it should hopefully be good to go!

Got that all updated I believe, thank you!

Feedback / Re: Sheet Music Errors Thread
« on: September 12, 2023, 04:07:43 AM »
Iirc I believe these sheets actually did get touched up not a super long time ago tbh (not credited) and they are not on the replacement audit.

Feedback / Re: Sheet Music Errors Thread
« on: September 10, 2023, 06:08:53 PM »
I believe Castlevania - Heart of Fire is missing a natural (could be wrong but 90% sure).

It's the RH Measure 16 Beat 4.5 B, Im pretty sure it should be naturaled and not flatted there. (Will get link once at computer can't really get it on mobile sadly)

Off-Topic / MOVED: last comment wins
« on: September 10, 2023, 04:46:11 AM »
This topic has been moved to Forum Games due to the nature of it being a forum game.

Thank you! Got that all updated minus

m1 & 3: Beat 3.5 doesn't sound staccato, in either hand
Im still hearing the staccato in the RH at full speed tbh

For beat 4 in the RH, I hear a C-A-B-C 16th figure in m31, and C-D-B-C in m35.
I hear that as well now but I only kept the last two notes otherwise the ostinato wouldn't be able to be played

m33: For beat 3.5-end in the RH, I hear C#-G be played in the same rhythm as the bass
m37: Same as for m33, but this time A-B
For these two it did not sound right at all, so I've opted to keep them out and would rather have the two sixteenth notes or nothing at all.

Project Archive / Re: Atcero's "Too Hot to Handle" Project Sheets
« on: September 09, 2023, 05:09:48 PM »
Thank ya! Got that all taken care of I believe other than

m1-m8: I think you could let the ostinato shine a little more in this section, before the bass comes in. I understand wanting to keep this section consistent with how the ostinato is in the rest of the sheet, but I feel like it takes away from how special this figure is.

Im a little confused on what you mean on how to make it kinda special I suppose.

1) What are your thoughts on using mordents instead of small triplets? In my opinion they're easier on the eyes and also help save space
They could be mordents I suppose but I felt since they dont sound as fast as mordents to me I'd prefer to keep em as triplets if someone else agreed. If need be i can switch to mordents but for now id rather keep em as triplets.
2) For the LH, did you intentionally change the bass note sometimes to match the ostinato note played at the same time? Because in some places you have, some places you haven't.
I believe so? Honestly since its been a month I kinda forgot why I chose things but usually if I choose it its for trying to keep it sounding pretty close to the same. I do remember I had to make some sacrifices on the ostinato iirc and kept more with the bass to sound better and not to clash as much.

Project Archive / Re: Atcero's "Too Hot to Handle" Project Sheets
« on: August 29, 2023, 02:08:39 AM »
Got that all updated, thank you so much!

Request / Re: [N64] Castlevania
« on: August 28, 2023, 09:59:18 PM »
Hello Fernman,

We actually do not allow those transcriptions or arrangements as our rules state:

Plagiarism here includes written content as well as copying parts of other MIDI files or arrangements as your own without permission.

This rule also applies to midi rips of the original games as it's not your original work. We instead encourage people to try transcribing/arranging the songs on their own by developing and honing their musical skills. Please do not suggest midi rips to users or arrangers as this is not considered arranging here, it is plagarism as said above.

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