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Done and done! I'm generally not too finicky about playback on my sheets but yes... that's important to correct. (Went with the hidden staff :P)

Nothing further from me. Looks good :P

Thanks you two! Yeah it's definitely my favorite game and soundtrack from last year - everything from incredible energy in the battle themes to more whimsical pieces like this haha.

My only suggestion is to add F and A as grace notes leading to the D in measures 9 and 26
Interesting, I think it's part of a background layer (the melody to me sticks out as clear un-embellished single notes) but that would definitely fit in arrangement wise (I assume you're talking about the RH). I'll think about it a bit to see if I like having that in or not

Ahh I'm so glad to see someone do this! Roller Coaster Tycoon was also a huge part of my childhood. I had so much fun building parks and designing custom roller coasters! Unfortunately all my old files are gone... :(

Just a few thoughts as I take a quick look! (This has actually been on my to-do pile for a very long time and I've written out just a bit of it haha)
- I think the dotted 8th + 16th rhythm in m. 2/6 is just two eighth notes
- The B in m. 4 is natural (very important!)
- I imagined the first section working better with the RH layers swapped (i.e. the one you have on the bottom is what I think of as the main melody and would prefer on top). Would have to play around with it more to compare with what you have, though
- I really like how you wrote out the middle section :D
- The way you wrote out the third section is interesting! I hadn't thought about doing it like that. The large intervals look like they could be troublesome sometimes when trying to articulate the melody, but maybe it works really nice haha, I'll have to try it

Again, super happy you did this one :D

Forum Games / Re: The NSM Guess-That-Melody Quiz!
« on: January 21, 2020, 04:39:00 AM »
Can’t believe I missed this. Hope someone does another one soon.
Well you're in luck, I had a bit of time to kill tonight :P

Guess-That-Melody Quiz: Latios Round 6?

I fear that this may be a little bit more difficult than my usual since I threw it together in a hurry without having the chance to spend as much time balancing it as I'd like... I miss having the time to be able to put these together. I hope you enjoy anyway, my first quiz in a long time :P

PM me your guesses over forums or Discord! Answers will be posted whenever I have time...


With an impressive score of 10/17!

And congratulations to our runner-up, Static, with a score of 9/17!

Off-Topic / Re: The Post Your Thoughts of the Moment Thread 2
« on: January 21, 2020, 03:10:55 AM »
I just realised that my 10 year NSM-anniversary came and went last year and I totally missed it. 10 years, they sure flew by.
Happy belated anniversary-day! It's really great to still have you here after so long ;D

- Beam the D and C together in m. 10. A time signature 9/16 generally implies a 3+3+3 rhythm, which makes sense here.
I disagree here. I'd beam the 9/16 bar 5+4 in this case; it's not a typical compound triple meter. So in cases like this, I would beam according to the music/phrases, if that makes sense. It's more similar to a 2/4 bar with a 16th note pickup or something.
There's not much rhythmic context here because the previous and following sections are different, and regardless of how this is beamed it's a weird little transition. 3+3+3 made the most sense to me because the first three and last three notes have the same descending Ab-G-F. If you disagree and would prefer the 5+4 that's fine, though I don't quite agree with isolating the first note like that.

Submissions / Re: [MUL] Ōkami - "Issun's Theme" by AwesomeYears
« on: January 21, 2020, 12:59:25 AM »

As a reminder, though, all files must be generated off of the Finale file which serves as the master file. I went ahead and fixed the stuff for you since you have Notepad.

...and approved!

Thanks for the fixes, Latios!

I'll get the first small thing added soon enough
No problem! I went ahead and edited that in for you real quick in case that's a problem on Notepad (P is the keyboard on Finale, dunno if that works on Notepad.)

This one looks good to me now!

Feedback / Thanks for five years!
« on: January 19, 2020, 08:39:18 PM »

Today marks five years since I first introduced myself here after lurking around! Five years ago, the name Latios212 meant nothing to anyone as this moniker was nothing more than a failed attempt at coming up with a decent username after deciding to join the forums on the spur of the moment. Little did I know it would really... need to stick. No regrets though! :P

In the year and a half or so before signing up, I had been trying out video game sheet music on the piano from all over the internet. I found a lot of stuff. But nowhere else did I find such an extensive and accessible collection of piano sheet music, even if the quality was... questionable at times. Slowly becoming acquainted with good and bad sheets (as I didn't know what the heck I was looking for when I started out) made me more curious about the creation process and how people were able to make such things - I'd never had any experience trying to transcribe, arrange, or compose before. I popped over to peek at the forums for a month or two to see what was going on, and decided to join - just to have some sort of interaction with some arrangers to learn about what they did and potentially offer some feedback from a performer's standpoint. (There was one arranger in particular I had been keeping an eye on - you can probably guess...)

So I joined, and was immediately welcomed and told by people that arranging was fun and I should give it a shot! I figured "sure why not lol". My first few attempts at getting something down were not great, but the community was incredibly helpful and I took small but steady steps under the guidance of a few fellow arrangers in particular. I enjoyed working on sheets and started doing more and more arranging and reviewing... and here we are today. I really learned a lot from so many people during my time here - about transcribing, arranging, being inventive, performing, music theory, and so on. I can only hope that I can serve as an inspiration to other younger members like so many of you did for me.

The site, too, has grown by leaps and bounds since five years ago. We've added a couple thousand sheets which is no small feat especially considering that our quality bar has also continued to improve. There's a lot more to do in terms of new improvements for the site and replacements for old sheets, but taking a step back really shows how far we've come and how much potential we still have for growth.

Thank you all for your support these past five years! For teaching me how to make sheets. For caring about quality. For surprising me with what the piano can do. For helping the site run. For being my friends.

And above all, thanks for making my time here a blast - I'm not going anywhere anytime soon ;D

Submission Archive / Re: [MUL] Kingdom - "Rest" by Th3Gavst3r
« on: January 19, 2020, 06:09:39 PM »

accept time

I generally don't have a problem with it, but in this case I think it would be simplest and most straightforward if they were just normal size because sd MSF said, the dynamic should suffice to differentiate it from the surrounding parts.

Submissions / Re: [MUL] Ōkami - "Issun's Theme" by AwesomeYears
« on: January 19, 2020, 05:52:26 PM »
Updated the files with formatting fixes. You're also missing a few bars of the intro where the melody plays a couple of octaves higher. I've added this in as well so you don't have to fuss with Notepad.

Other comments I didn't edit yet:
- It seems to be like the bass should alternate G-D instead of G-F for the first half (m. 1-8 and 17-end). At least that's the voice that seems most apparent in the original, and the one you've used for the rest of the piece I think.
- The E flats in m. 9 and 13 should be natural.
- Is there a source for having just Rei Kondoh credited as the composer instead of the other ones I'm finding in Wikipedia's info?

Other than the above, looks good!

Submission Archive / Re: [MUL] Kingdom - "Rest" by Th3Gavst3r
« on: January 19, 2020, 05:23:50 PM »
Looks great! Just one thing - shouldn't beat 4 (RH) of m. 31 match the measures above and below it? (The E D from the middle layer)

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