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http://www.finalemusic.com/products/finale-notepad/resources/
Of course that's what I used to turn the MIDI into the MUS, but I didn't fix all the notes and the formatting. I could do that, but I'm not used to Finale yet.

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This is why you make them in Finale. The .mus files must look nice for it to be accepted.

Did you make these midis yourself?
I don't have Finale but already had another program from school (but it basically does the same things as Finale). I used that program to make the arrangement then exported a PDF and a MIDI file.

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Uh, no. We don't do vanilla MIDIs here. Put some work into your work. Nothing looks less appealing than notes strewn all over a page.
It was made in another program (not Finale) so I didn't have a MUS file. That's why the PDF is still fine.

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It was just an imported imported MIDI file. This is why there should be something like a 'notes' section in the submission page.

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Site News / Re: Introducing Our New Submissions System
« on: October 29, 2014, 03:14:07 AM »
Submitting replacement arrangements doesn't work. It keeps saying "you need to select a sheet to replace". The answer to "Which sheet would you like to replace?" is a text box so I really don't know what I'm supposed to put in there. I think it shouldn't be a text box. For now should I just say it's not a replacement?

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Piano Arrangements / Re: Purple Munchlax's Arrangements
« on: October 06, 2014, 11:57:29 AM »
OK I added a second version that removes the notes from the pedal.

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Piano Arrangements / Re: Purple Munchlax's Arrangements
« on: October 06, 2014, 01:49:10 AM »
10th aren't that hard. It's when it gets a half step higher that it becomes impossible.
Just don't look at Firearrow's Umineko arrangement.

And measures 51-54 is much more than a 10th.

Measures 51-54 use the pedal. To play the end of bar 52 you need to play the bottom notes of the right hand and then quickly move your right hand up to play the high notes (or you can just skip the very bottom note).

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Piano Arrangements / Purple Munchlax's Arrangements
« on: October 05, 2014, 04:13:11 PM »
[NDS] Pokémon Black Version, Pokémon White Version, Pokémon Black 2 Version & Pokémon White 2 Version: Battle! Elite Four (Challenge Replacement Arrangement)
V1: [PDF] [MIDI] [MUS]
V2: [PDF] [MIDI] [MUS]
V3: [PDF] [MIDI] [MUS]
Notes:
The MUS file is not very good because it was made from simply importing a MIDI file made elsewhere and then I just changed the tempo. The PDF is correct, though.
To play all the left hand notes, your left hand must be able to play 10th intervals.
The pedal is required for the arrangement to sound like the original.
Also, this is my first ever arrangement so if there is anything I can do better, please tell me.

[3DS] Pokémon X & Pokémon Y: Victory Road
V1: [PDF] [MIDI] [MUS]
V2: [PDF] [MIDI] [MUS]
Notes:
Again, the MUS file isn't very good because again it is just an imported MIDI file with the tempo changed.
The pedal is recommended.

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Piano Arrangements / Re: The In-Progress Topic II
« on: October 05, 2014, 09:25:52 AM »
Arranging:
[NDS] Pokémon Black Version, Pokémon White Version, Pokémon Black 2 Version & Pokémon White 2 Version: Battle! Elite Four (Challenge Replacement Arrangement) (100%) (Not yet submitted)

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