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Piano Arrangements / Re: Madmonk12345's Arrangement Thread
« on: July 04, 2017, 01:01:49 AM »
Went and did some more updates and cleanup. This is somehow more difficult than before, but I need some feedback from Daj on what he wants exactly relating to melodic and rhythmic identity in the last section. What should be done to it next?

I'm sorry, but this is a rule here. If it's not ready for the site, it doesn't belong in submissions. It's that simple. It should be here when it's good and ready, and not a moment before. Using the slow pace of submissions as an excuse doesn't validate an exception to the rule. Sorry, but this submission cannot stay here. Feel free to submit it again, but only after major improvements have been made, and not before.

Oh no, I'm aware. I'll just resubmit when it's ready. I really meant the forums in general. I'm just letting people know I'll be out so to speak.

You can go ahead and delete everything. I've already screenshotted everything posted for later use and already have a personal arrangement thread up. It's not going to harm anything.

Appreciate everyone's input on this. I'll need to work on other things until late Wednesday, but given the pace of this board and that everyone's been waiting 6-7 years for the cursed HGSS National Park arrangement, I think a couple of days shouldn't be too much of an issue.

I actually had this in about the same status it was first submitted on April Fools day, and was super tempted to make the best April Fools day joke ever, but the performance simply wasn't ready. I knew that it was a must for this piece. The joke that could have been...

Really solid advice that I'm definitely going to trust because the sections you're commenting on were really awesome in your arrangement of this piece

This advice looks really good, but I'm struggling to understand it a bit. I'll ask you more about it when I have a bit more time, but I'll also probably run some of the things you mentioned by my piano teacher as well; he also composes.

Piano Arrangements / Madmonk12345's Arrangement Thread
« on: June 27, 2017, 09:53:13 AM »
I'll be placing some arrangements here, starting with National Park. I've been struggling to get the format right, and suspect I need to do a lot of things I'm not entirely familiar with. What more does it need to be submitted?

I'll be placing some arrangements here, starting with National Park. I've been struggling to get the format right, and suspect I need to do a lot of things I'm not entirely familiar with. What more does it need to be submitted?
*Updated July 3 2017

OK, thanks for the feedback everyone. I've gone and uploaded a much cleaner version. I've done some minor actual changes because the version I was playing didn't have a minor tweak for playability I thought I had included in the piece, but before I start stripping out the wallpaper so to speak, I'd like to give it another pass. Is this sufficient, or am I just wasting everyone's time?

Will do. The reason this is technically a collaboration with Bespinben is I used his incomplete version as a base to work off of, and I want to give him credit for the parts that were already built. Was there a better way to phrase that than collaboration?

Oi. You're right. Some more polish is probably in order.

There shouldn't be any glissandos though. Do you mean arpeggiated chords?

Also, some performances of this, before anyone can claim this unplayable. Hopefully these will be sufficient.

Recording at home:


Project Archive / Re: The OFFICIAL Undertale Arrangement Project!
« on: April 06, 2016, 09:54:08 AM »
I was wondering the same thing about Heartache. Any feedback?

Submission Archive / Re: [PC] Undertale - "Heartache" by Madmonk12345
« on: December 18, 2015, 08:44:26 PM »
Just realized I worded that poorly. Heartache draft 4 is the newer version.

Submission Archive / Re: [PC] Undertale - "Heartache" by Madmonk12345
« on: December 07, 2015, 04:02:15 AM »
Heartache draft 4 is. Oops. Decided to start numbering them here, didn't really think it would be confusing.

Submission Archive / Re: [PC] Undertale - "Heartache" by Madmonk12345
« on: December 07, 2015, 03:04:19 AM »
Thanks for the reply. I've made the appropriate changes and updated all the files, but it's not going to fit on 5 pages anymore because measures any further spread out aren't going to fit 5 rows per page. What should be done?

Also, on measure 11 and any measures that repeat that portion, there's a tenth. I can play it, but my hands are rather big. I can't raise the note below an octave like I did for previous sections however as it would be the same note twice in the lower layer. What (if anything) should I do about this?

There were one or two rolled chords with extended duration that I could have changed, but lack of pedal wouldn't have been an issue anyways. it's mezzoforte and fades pretty quickly.

Submission Archive / Re: [PC] Undertale - "Heartache" by Madmonk12345
« on: December 05, 2015, 09:47:07 PM »
Edited the document. pretty minor changes however. Please review and take a look so this can get the changes it needs for submission; I don't want to run out of my month of Finale making this unchangable and likely never accepted due to no one being both able and willing to put in the effort.  It sounds so wonderful; it'd be a shame to throw the 30-40 hours I've tossed into this away.

Submission Archive / Re: [PC] Undertale - "Heartache" by Madmonk12345
« on: November 27, 2015, 06:17:05 AM »
While this debate is interesting, it doesn't answer the current central question and can be decided later, especially because each option has the same number of measures with the same contents. What more (if anything) needs to be changed to make the piece acceptable for submission by the site? What has to go and what can stay given difficulty requirements?

I believe he meant placing triads (a group of three notes) is impractical at that speed, but I could be wrong
Three problems with that interpretation: he was describing changes relating to transcription instead of difficulty, there were no quarter notes with triads in the original version because of the halved speed on the measures, and the only triads that lead into each other with 16ths with the new version that are in the piece are pretty natural progressions outside of the left hand rolled chords which have a space to prepare your hand before each of them.

Don't worry about the edit though. It was a good start.

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