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It's time for Herlock Sholmes's magnificent 'Logic and Reasoning Spectacular'!

- I haven't unlocked this song yet in the sound test of the Switch version, so I dunno what the official English title is (if there is one).
- I recall that the main and backstage version swap during gameplay. The ending part plays at the conclusion of the scene.



2020 Week 42

For this week, I've augmented my Joint Reasoning sheet to include the backstage version and ending. It's a fresh arrangement even though the chords and structure are the same - but it makes sense to include on one sheet because the two variations are interchangeable when playing.

The Great Ace Attorney: Adventures
NEW!   Joint Reasoning (Type A)[MUS] [MIDI] [PDF] [Original] 


Yeah, Finale can be a little silly when it comes to slurs sometimes - it doesn't look like it'll automatically make them look nice here. How's something like this?

- I think the Bn's in the LH of m. 24/32 should be Cb's (Cbmaj7 chord)
Don't forget the ones in the beat 2 chords too!

- I think beat 3 LH of m. 53 is just a quarter note Ab (instead of tying over the Gb and striking the Ab on beat 3.5)
Just a quarter note instead of two eighths here, I think?

It looks like the original YouTube link is dead now, does anyone have a substitute before I go looking for one?

- m47 LH beat 4 seems like it should use G instead of F#; F# isn't part of the chord here.
For m47, I still disagree. I relistened to it and I still cant hear that chord resolving properly.
I would go with MSF's recommendation here. If I understand correctly, the goal of the harmonies in the left hand here is to outline the chord, and that doesn't change mid-measure here; it stays as a G. Having B-F#-B as a power chord leading into the E looks right at a glance but it doesn't represent what is actually happening harmonically - m. 47 is a G chord and m. 48 is an A chord, despite the E octave you've written in on beat 1 that presumably represents another non-bass voice. The F# is out of place, and one other thing to consider is that if you're playing this with pedal the F# will clash with the G played earlier.

While I'm here looking at this section, m. 51 sounds like an A major chord, so I think the left hand should have C# instead of C and A instead of G.

Just skimming the rest, there are a few weird spacing issues here and there. I recall last time you having difficulty getting Finale to apply the default spacing? Some places to point out are:
- Accidentals in b4 of m. 12
- Accidentals in b3 of m. 43
- m. 60

And some more purely visual pointers:
- In m. 4 and 81 you should show the quarter rest in the lower layer. It would also help to flip the group of16th notes on beat 2 upwards because there's nothing directly above it - this would allow you to not have to push the crescendo so close to the bottom staff.
- Is there a reason why the 16th notes in m. 59 aren't flipped downwards?
- You have extra space on the last page and in the last system. By contrast the first system on page 5 has 6 measures in it. I would suggest pushing m. 81 down to make the last three measures more evenly spaced.

Helping Tobbeh submit the Oracles sheets through normal submissions that we didn't get to during the replacement project.

Projects / Re: Whoppy's Halloween Sheet
« on: October 13, 2021, 12:08:31 AM »
Hey there Whoppy, it looks like you have a good start but I anticipate a significant work still needing to be done on this sheet before it's ready for acceptance. Just a reminder that in case we're not able to finish up on this one before the deadline (i.e. Halloween) this will be placed back into normal subs instead.

Anyway, it wouldn't be nice to say that without leaving some feedback too :P Here are some things to think about:
- In measures 6-10 (and later on in the sheet as well) you have layer 2 written on staff as if it's a continuous line. However you have the 8vas above the top layer melody, making layer 2 broken and jumpy. Was that intentional?
- Check your note durations, and after that, rhythm grouping (see this topic). In particular, some of the chord strikes in m. 30+ should be eighth notes instead of quarter notes.
- The arrangement loses quite a bit of drive by having the left and right hands play the same single notes a few octaves apart - especially rhythmically. The buildup of energy from the first few systems is somewhat lost. Try playing around a bit with the empty space in the left hand to see if it would make sense to fill in some empty space with a rhythmic hit of the tonic of the chord. If you need some explanation or suggestions, feel free to ask.


A bit late for the colors project, but it is finally time to replace this :)

Site News / Re: Update, Monday 11th of October 2021
« on: October 11, 2021, 05:24:18 PM »
Now we can work towards even longer sheets
please no

Congrats Bloop! This deserves a (virtual) standing ovation, terrible puns are always welcome here

Submissions / Re: [NES] Mega Man - "Fire Man" (Replacement) by
« on: October 11, 2021, 04:47:05 PM »
Here it is, ladies and gents: the final sheet I'll be submitting towards the original Mega Man!
Woohoo :D

(Updated the title to "Fire Man Stage")

Submission Archive / Re: [PC] Deltarune - "Queen" by mastersuperfan
« on: October 11, 2021, 04:58:59 AM »
I've got nothing more to add, this looks great!

2021 Week 41

A quick throwback :)

Wii Fit
NEW!   Wii Channel[MUS] [MIDI] [PDF] [Original] 

-There are zero dynamic markings from bar 25 onwards, and there a few places I think they might be useful.  i.e. 65-72 could have a lower dynamic than 73+ to help add to the build up, since texturally the arrangement actually gets less complicated there.  But more generally I think the only issue at the moment is that it could get a little repetitive so dynamics could help to make it more exciting or at least more varied.  You don't have to go crazy, but it's a thought.
I hadn't added any initially past m. 25 because the whole piece is pretty consistently high-energy. But I do agree there's a bit of a release and buildup where you've noted, so I changed m. 65 to mf and a crescendo in 72 back to f in 73.

-Maybe add the D to the chords in the second half of 22 and in 23-24?  It'd also be nice to get some of that parallel chromatic movement in but it's kind of awkward to play.
I originally left the D in (along with maybe another chord tone in 23-24 I think) but changed this to what's there now based on Static's suggestion on highlighting the stacked fourths, which I think works pretty well (sound wise and playing wise) when trying it out again.

-The chord in bar 94 feels like it needs more, i.e. doubling the A.  It's a big moment that I feel deserves a little more power.  You could also maybe got to ff there and then drop back down to f in bar 98 to go along with the fading out of the chord.  Another idea.
Doubling the A sounds good! I don't really want to change the dynamics in these few measures since the right hand can't do anything after that chord strike - the performer might interpret a dynamic change in the left hand, which should probably stay at a constant volume. I've added an accent on the chord though.

Thanks for taking a look! Files updated :)

Submission Archive / Re: [PC] Deltarune - "My Castle Town" by Th3Gavst3r
« on: October 10, 2021, 02:52:26 AM »
I've revisited that part a few times in the past couple of days... and still hear it the way Gav has it. Given that MSF has also weighed in to agree, I'm going to accept this one as is now (other changes look good!).

-It'd be nice to have the Dm7 chords in bars 7, 15 and 17.  Particularly in 17 where you take the 7th rather than the tonic.  Obviously the chord there is inverted but I feel it'd be more consistent with 7 and 15 to have it being D F A at least.
Ah yeah good point. For measure 17 I'll swap out the F in the chord for the missing D. For measure 7 swapping out the F on top for the seventh C sounds good. For m. 15 though I think the seventh above the low root D sounds a bit muddy so I'd prefer to keep that chord as is.

-The rit in 17 is a rather extreme rit to say the least, so it might better to convey that by using a molto rit.
Yep, sounds good!

Updated with the above. Thanks!

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