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Ooh - just found this out by accident and I'm glad I did. This tune and the whole soundtrack was composed by Jamie Hughes instead of Grant Kirkhope, which I listed on the score.
Will you still be using the files I provided? If so, I can change it easy enough.

Is there anything I have to do at the moment?

So then - is it okay if I delete this submission?

Eesh - that's a little embarrassing. I made this for myself a while back and I must've been listening to a different version of the song, and it seems you're certainly right about grouping the songs together for the soundtrack.  For the record, I meant the right hand to be two octaves up, not the right.

It seems I'd have to bite off a little more than I'd like to chew at the moment to make a solid arrangement of all the shop themes in one, so I'd like to shelf this one.
Thanks for taking the time to look at it, though.


Video looks fine - thanks a bunch

Hi -
I know it's been a while, but I fixed the music up using your comments, but I've been using this time trying to clean up the formatting, but as much as I try, I can't "shmoosh" or "unshmoosh" the bars to make the score look nice in the Notepad Version of Finale.
I hope I haven't left anything out, and sorry for the delay.

- Jack

There's no clear title to this song, as it's usually grouped together with the other Crazy Cap songs, but Crazy Cap 1 seems to be the acceptable title.

Not sure if this is the right place to post this, but here's an idea -

Lots of people would love to play the plethora of music on this site but are blocked off by the difficulty of some straight transcriptions.  What if people could submit "easy" versions of songs on the site?  I think that would increase the appeal of the site immensely.

Yes, I decided I'd scrap that project for now, so I didn't want it cluttering up this page.  If that's no good, I apologize, but yes - I did it.

Here's the song -

Submission Center / Re: Submissions General Questions, Comments, etc
« on: April 11, 2019, 10:55:46 PM »
     I'm working this tune here -

Around 0:36, there are some tenths.  I, personally, can reach them, but some may struggle.  I'm really not sure how to arrange this, as the left hand is busy with a baseline.

Any ideas?
 - Jack

Site News / Re: New Series
« on: April 09, 2019, 10:12:58 PM »
     If you're cleaning stuff like this up, I'd just like to point out that Donkey Kong Country 3 is listed twice in the Donkey Kong section.
That's all,

Submission Center / Re: Submissions General Questions, Comments, etc
« on: April 06, 2019, 02:30:30 PM »
Hello, not sure if this is the right place to post this, but here's my question -
I'm working on a song from Donkey Kong Country 3 that has some heavy bongos and percussion to open the song - here it is right here.

How would I work this in a piano arrangement?  Should I skip the intro or work the percussion rhythms into notes on the piano?


Piano Arrangements / Yooka-Laylee Main Theme Arrangement by Jack
« on: April 03, 2019, 11:14:07 PM »
Hello - This is my first arrangement for NinSheetMusic, and I'd like some feedback because I'm sure it's not entirely up to snuff.  I'm arranging the main theme from Yooka - Laylee, a 3d-platformer revival from 2017.  The tune is simple, just ukelele and some sort of wind instrument.  I tried my best to translate the ukelele strumming into a piano arrangement.  Here are all the links, and feedback is greatly appreciated.


Submission Center / Re: Submissions General Questions, Comments, etc
« on: April 02, 2019, 12:25:33 AM »
Just a suggestion -
As I look through this site (I'm new here,) even in this thread, I see more and more people using Musescore for their arrangements, as I do.  I think accommodating for those folks would increase this site's appeal tremendously.  I don't hold grudges against those who use Finale, but it, especially Finale Notepad, is a pain to use for me.  Regular Finale is costly, and using the free version, even to just follow the current formatting guidelines is a chore, because of how limited it is.  To make it easy for users to use whatever software they prefer for their arrangements would be awesome.
Just a few changes to the formatting guidelines would be great - here are a few things that would help us Musescorers.

1.  Make formatting options Musescore friendly. Especially letting the site address be noted next to the copyright information, on the same line, separated by a slash because Musescore doesn't allow multiple-line copyright texts.

2.  Let arrangers submit a Musescore file instead of or along with a Musescore file

3.  Including samples and instructions for formatting with Musescore

The current system does work, however, and I am aware that this would be a lot of work on your end, but I think it would be worth it to improve the site.

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