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Piano Arrangements / Re: Postoli's Arrangements - UPDATED
« on: June 22, 2021, 03:20:07 AM »
Thanks for this! Updated! (sorry for the delay)

Hey, thanks for all this. Here are my responses to your notes:

- This is interesting, I'm happy to go either way, whatever you think is best.
- Same here - thanks for that; updated
- Agreed
- I myself can't seem to hear this; maybe I'm missing something
- I'm assuming you mean dotted quarter (sorry I'm Australian, still trying to get my tongue around that way of referring to it) at the end of 82, but not on 84, I agree if this is the case; updated this too.
- Agreed; updated
- I'm assuming you're referring to RH here, if yes, I've updated it.
- Gotcha's the thing... I've made all these updates in my own file, however it's kinda useless..........

I'm a Musescore-Mac user, so I can't actually do anything with the file I've updated, and there's no point me making these small updates and then sending for conversion to Finale, cause it'll just screw up the formatting all over again and someone will have to go through and match the formatting of my PDF again, so...

I'd really appreciate it if you (Static) or Latios212 could make the updates you've outlined in the linked Finale file and attach the respective PDF and MIDI files to this submission, since me making these changes wouldn't make any difference.

Thank you for your help!!

Thanks for all of this. regarding m. 17-27, they cooouuuulld be C#s instead of A#s, or just F#s. It's hard to tell. If you maybe want to test the C#s and see if that lines up with the recording better (although it is very tricky to work out since it is so low, and even lower when slowed down). Otherwise we can just make them all F#s.

Yeah, I guess, depends if we want it to be presented as a complete piece or in that battle-esque 'when you finish the fight the music jumps' style.

The only thing about this one is I think the form is particularly unique compared to the other boss battles, so it'd also make sense to just leave it. Either way.

Here is my arrangement of "Molduga Battle" from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild!

This arrangement is based on the full 4 minute track consisting of both Phase I and Phase II. Unfortunately this version is almost impossible to find on YouTube, since it seems Nintendo likes to go a little copyright-claim-happy. Because of this, below is the shorter 2 minute version - please note this does not completely align with the score above; the form of my submission is based on the 4 minute version.

Also, note that I'm a Musescore-Mac user, so I have no way of viewing or editing the finale file.  ;)

Piano Arrangements / Re: Postoli's Arrangements - UPDATED
« on: January 18, 2021, 01:46:23 AM »
Thank you!!

Piano Arrangements / Re: Postoli's Arrangements - UPDATED
« on: January 14, 2021, 01:08:24 AM »
All done with Molduga Battle!

Piano Arrangements / Re: Postoli's Arrangements - UPDATED
« on: January 14, 2021, 12:50:27 AM »
Thanks so much! I did think about doing that with the rhythm, I just wasn't sure about having different note values with the staccatos, and whether that would make it more confusing. But I agree that technically it is more correct in terms of rhythmic grouping, so I'll make that change now and then update the files.

Also, since this title is very long, would just "Prelude to Calamity (Title Screen)" be okay? Or even just "Title Screen"? If not that's fine, I'm just curious. Thanks for all the feedback! :D

Personally, I'd say you need the full "Overlooking Hyrule - Prelude to Calamity (Title Screen)".

The main reason is the piece is different for each of those elements. So there's also "Overlooking Hyrule - Amid the Calamity", "Overlooking Hyrule - Amid the Calamity (Title Screen)", "Overlooking Hyrule - After the Calamity" and the list goes on! All different pieces of music!

The specificity of the title indicates to the reader the exact piece they're about to be presented with, and keeps things tidy and accurately sorted on our end, (even if it is a bit long). If it makes it easier, add a bit of space between the title and the composer on the sheet to neaten things up.

Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't this piece titled "Overlooking Hyrule (Prelude to Calamity- Title Screen)", seen here:

"Overlooking Hyrule (Prelude to Calamity)" is a different piece in the soundtrack, this one:

And to the best of my knowledge, there is no piece plainly called "Prelude to Calamity" in the OST. Just trying to clear up any confusion.

Thank you for your help!

Thank you!! And I agree. When I first did it I knew something was off but I thought it had more to do with the Db. The F instead of the C sounds right. I've edited the MIDI. Once I have the new PDF and Finale file I'll edit the submission.

Here is my arrangement of "Visions" from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Please note I'm a Musescore-Mac user, so I have no way of viewing the .mus file.

Help! / Re: Please help me submit my arrangements!
« on: January 03, 2021, 05:46:32 AM »
Lifesaver - thank you so very much; I had no idea about the Discord server. Hopefully this should mean I can get my arrangements converted more quickly and seamlessly to make it easier for everyone.

Here is my arrangement of "Visions" from The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Please note I'm a Musescore-Mac user, so I have no way of viewing the .mus file, and the PDF is from Musescore. I'll link the Musescore page below so you can view what the files should look like.

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