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For measures 9 and similar, you need to split up the dotted quarter note in the left hand to a quarter tied to an eighth in order to show beat 3. Also avoid using dotted half rests in measures; use a quarter + half rest instead.

The top voice in m. 65 through end is flipped upwards unnecessarily for the most part.

You can also improve the writing in the parts where you have two layers - right now there's a bunch of overlap and stems facing the wrong way.

There are also some other things you may want to reconsider, like the really long pedal line - you can replace that with a simple "con pedale"/"senza pedale" when needed.

A few parts look like they can be better optimized for two people as well - for example in m. 65 and similar the second layer can be moved to the other piano and Piano 1 could play both the current voices with one hand.

Hopefully this gives you enough to think about/work on for now before we come and check notes.

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Yeah. Take a closer listen and see if you can hear the independent lines I wrote in.

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Haven't looked at the rest yet, but for the part you asked for help on you use the lowest voice (what I had written for the LH part) for one measure then switched to another layer (the one I wrote in red) for the rest, shifted down by an octave. This is inconsistent (voices suddenly drop in / drop out), and I would recommend continuing with the bottom voice for the left hand part.

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Feedback / Re: Sheet Music Errors Thread
« on: February 19, 2019, 03:17:13 AM »
Well you could just update with the new files with my fixes (they're better than the ones on site). Not in the mood of revisiting this, just saw some errors I wanted to fix.
Do you still have the 12/8 files? That's definitely a step up from what we've got.

Also, I won't have time to get to these in the next week or so, but would you mind sticking all the files into one zip file to make them easier for us to manage?

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« on: February 19, 2019, 03:14:12 AM »
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This is an incredibly solid transcription and the parts are very well laid out for piano!

That said, there are a number of rhythm grouping issues as well as the issues the formatting has when importing into Finale.

Mind if I take a stab at fixing it up?

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Submissions / Re: [N64] Paper Mario - "Toad Town Variations" by Sebastian
« on: February 19, 2019, 01:05:41 AM »
Awesome

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NSM Performance Videos / Re: Latios212's Performance Submissions
« on: February 17, 2019, 04:00:35 AM »
Submission #14: "The Voice That Calls You" by Libera


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NSM Performance Videos / Re: Latios212's Performance Submissions
« on: February 17, 2019, 04:00:05 AM »
Submission #13: "Congratulations!" by Latios212


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Submissions / Re: [N64] Paper Mario - "Toad Town Variations" by Sebastian
« on: February 16, 2019, 11:06:14 PM »
Ah okay my bad then. :P

Sebastian, did you get a chance to take a look at my last other suggestion?

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No worries!

Have you tried slowing the audio down using a tool like Audiostretch? Doing so can help you pick out different parts easily, and it seems like you've done a good job in other places so I feel confident you can take a good stab at this part with a bit of effort.

Anyway, there's actually two more voices under the melody present in this part, one of which you've already started writing in m. 39. Here's what I've got for m. 36-39. (Try not to peek until you've given it a shot!)

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It really helps to provide the files you're working on to demonstrate what you mean
Really need something to reference because we don't have the measures laid out like you do :P

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No problem. Sounds good to me. It's got my approval!

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Submissions / Re: [N64] Paper Mario - "Toad Town Variations" by Sebastian
« on: February 16, 2019, 10:26:36 PM »
Whew...I forgot how old this sheet is. I'll be sure to check through next time I submit an old sheet. xD
Awesome. :3

I went ahead and cleaned this one all up. This one was rough. There were quite a few additional wrong notes, layers, etc.
Much better. For measures 4-5 though I'd recommend moving the middle layer to the top staff since it'd fit comfortably under the right hand part and eliminate the need for lines and brackets.

I'm 100% I hear the dyad inverting. I hear G-B and then B-D.
Might the D in the left hand be throwing you off? I lowered the music by an octave to hear the top voice better and it pretty clearly stays where it is.

I hear an E, but it's much quieter and a different instrument is playing it.
Alrighty. It also makes perfect sense being there, so cool.

Everything else looks great!

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trasdegi?

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