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Piano Arrangements / Arrangement Highlights of 2020
« on: December 29, 2020, 06:57:04 PM »
Past topics

This crazy year is about to end! What are the 5 favorite sheets you've made this year?

(If you're not an arranger, you can list your favorite sheets by other arrangers instead!)

NSM Performance Videos / Arrangement + Performance Playlists listing
« on: November 23, 2020, 01:50:46 AM »
This is a list of all assembled playlists for different games/series. This post will be updated as more are created (will start to just update this list instead of making a new post each time since these will also be announced in Discord :P

EarthBound series:

Kirby series:

Mario Kart series:

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild:

Xeno series:


Site News / Arrangement + Performance Playlists
« on: November 23, 2020, 01:50:31 AM »
Hey everyone!

You might have noticed we haven't really been doing a lot with our YouTube channel lately. The nature of the site doesn't really lend itself to generating video content on its own, but there's a lot of stuff out there that you might not have seen before. What happens after we upload sheets to the main site - who actually sees our sheets, plays them, or uses the arrangements in some way? Turns out, the answer is quite a lot of you. There are a lot of videos out there! I routinely do a search and am pleasantly surprised how many results turn up.

So on that note I'll be curating playlists of these videos on the NinSheetMusic YouTube channel to share with everyone. These playlists will consist of two types of videos:
  • Sheet music videos by the original arranger
  • Performances by anyone that make use of an arrangement currently on the main site, as stated in the video description (for any instrument)
Playlists for various games/series will be added here over time. If you have a video to add to a playlist after it's created (whether yours or not), please feel free share it on the forums or in the #arranging or #perfoming channels of our Discord server :)

With Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity now out, I thought this might be a good place to start:

"The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild" playlist

Happy viewing!

P.S.: Be on the potential lookout for stuff happening in the future to encourage more performances.

Site News / "New" staff member - Winter
« on: October 24, 2020, 03:22:54 AM »
Winter is here!

…well, not for another couple of months. But our fellow longtime member Winter is rejoining the staff after a number of years off. He'll be helping to manage our social media accounts and make improvements to our Discord server.

Please give him a warm welcome / welcome back if you know him already! :P

This arrangement will replace this sheet on site.

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess - "Death Mountain"

Site News / Updated series: Megami Tensei/Persona, SaGa, Drakengard/NieR
« on: October 03, 2020, 10:37:06 PM »
Hey all! Quick change today!

We've added series pages for Megami Tensei/Persona and SaGa. Recent updates to the site have started to fill out these well-known series, so these two series now have their own dedicated pages, findable when browsing by series.

The Drakengard series has also been renamed to Drakengard/NieR.

In the future we may add more series pages if/when they have enough good sheets from enough games, so keep an eye out :)

Project Archive / Halloween Update 2020
« on: September 29, 2020, 11:23:01 PM »
Hi! You might have noticed it's almost October which means it's around that time of year again. That is, time to start preparing our yearly Halloween update! Due to the fact that none of the updaters are particularly free this upcoming month and that we have another ongoing project, we'll try to keep it small-ish this year, with one sheet per arranger.

Here's how things will work, similar to our replacements project:

Theme - Any arrangement from a scary setting/game, with a scary title, related to a scary character, or anything of the sort. As long as there's some semblance of spoopiness, we won't be strict about it :P

Topics - Create one topic in the Projects board for your arrangement and include your username/arranger name in the title (e.g. [username]'s Halloween Sheet). Review and feedback will happen there, so check back.

Files - We'll be using the same parent folder as for the replacements. If you don't have access, send me your email. Upload your arrangement to the "Halloween" folder, and updaters will move it into the Approved/Accepted folders as necessary. You'll be responsible for keeping your file updated here.

Deadlines - To ensure we have enough time to finish reviewing before the 31st, please submit your arrangement no later than October 14. Make sure you're around to respond to feedback since any sheet will need to be accepted by the 31st in order to be included on the update.

Any questions, feel free to ask here. Happy arranging!

Folder of sheets  (editable by arrangers and updaters)

Sheet status  (editable by updaters only)

Submission Center / Console abbreviations
« on: September 21, 2020, 12:41:28 AM »
Note: Games are generally listed according to their initial release, regardless of region. Multiplatform [MUL] is only used when a game is launched on multiple consoles simultaneously (ex. The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild on Wii U and Switch), not when a game is ported (ex. Super Mario Bros).

  • Nintendo Entertainment System = [NES]
  • Game Boy = [GB]
  • Super Nintendo Entertainment System = [SNES]
  • Satellaview = [BS-X]
  • Virtual Boy = [VB]
  • Nintendo 64 = [N64]
  • Game Boy Color = [GBC]
  • Game Boy Advance = [GBA]
  • Nintendo GameCube = [GCN]
  • Nintendo DS = [NDS]
  • Nintendo Wii = [Wii]
  • Nintendo 3DS = [3DS]
  • Nintendo Wii U= [WiiU]
  • Nintendo Switch= [SWITCH]
  • Sega Master System = [SMS]
  • Sega Genesis = [GEN]
  • Sega Game Gear = [GG]
  • Sega CD = [SCD]
  • Sega 32X = [32X]
  • Sega Saturn = [SAT]
  • Dreamcast = [DC]
  • PlayStation = [PS1]
  • PlayStation 2 = [PS2]
  • PlayStation 3 = [PS3]
  • PlayStation 4 = [PS4]
  • PlayStation 5 = [PS5]
  • PlayStation Portable = [PSP]
  • PlayStation Vita = [PSVita]
  • Xbox = [XBOX]
  • Xbox 360 = [XBOX360]
  • Xbox Live Arcade = [XBLA]
  • Xbox One = [XBONE]
  • PC = [PC]
  • 3DO Interactive Multiplayer = [3DO]
  • Arcade = [ARCADE]
  • Atari 2600 = [A2600]
  • Atari 5200 = [A5200]
  • Atari 7800 = [A7800]
  • Atari Jaguar = [AJ]
  • Atari Lynx = [AL]
  • Mobile = [MOB]
  • Neo Geo = [NEO]
  • Philips CD-i = [CD-i]
  • TurboGrafx-16 = [TG16]
  • Multiplatform = [MUL]

Site News / Console information while browsing
« on: September 21, 2020, 12:31:05 AM »
Hi everyone :)

Small change to the main site today! At the request of fellow arrangers Static and, game titles displayed when browsing will display the console abbreviation next to them. This will allow users to verify they're looking at the right game (or jog their memory if they don't remember what console a game was on) as well as make it easy for us to check that everything is listed under the correct console. It also matches 1-1 what we write in our update posts.

To see the change, simply navigate to a page that lists sheets (ex. and perform a hard refresh if your browser still has old page cached. For a list of what each console abbreviation stands for, you can refer to this topic.

If you notice anything wrong (i.e. incorrect or missing console) please let me know. Thanks and happy browsing!

Site News / New site artwork!
« on: June 06, 2020, 05:36:56 PM »
Hi everyone!

We recently had an event for users to provide new artwork for the main site. Today, the banner and favicon have been updated, as well as our social media profile pictures, for the first time in over a decade :)

The banner and favicon are provided by KC Symphony and our new social media profile pic (as well as Zeta's new look) is provided by Sir Bone. Please give them a big thank you for their contributions.

The rest of the artwork we received is great as well, and I'd like to thank fi_le and Advos for their submissions too. You can find all of the artwork submitted in the previous topic (linked at the beginning of this post). Sometime in the future, we may find a use for them too.

Speaking of, the art refresh means that the time may be ripe to think about t-shirt designs again. Stay tuned for that...

Projects / Latios212's Replacements
« on: May 31, 2020, 09:28:36 PM »
Because I Love You

Final Fantasy IV
Theme of Love

Kirby Super Star
Taking Over the Halberd

Mario Kart: Super Circuit
Sky Garden (with Static)

Pokémon Black Version & Pokémon White Version
Battle! (Team Plasma)

Pokémon Diamond Version & Pokémon Pearl Version
Mystery Gift

Pokémon HeartGold Version & Pokémon SoulSilver Version
New Bark Town

Pokémon Ruby Version & Pokémon Sapphire Version
Oldale Town

Radical Dreamers
The Girl Who Stole the Stars (pitch shifted version)

Super Mario Galaxy
File Select (edit)

Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars
Let's Try

The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening
Mabe Village

The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
Picori Festival

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Postman's Theme

Site News / Update, Thursday 23rd of April 2020
« on: April 23, 2020, 03:01:13 AM »
Hey everyone!

No jokes today, just your usual submissions update :) Sorry it's been a little while since the last one - things have been a bit crazy. But we're still chugging along!

Hope these sheets can brighten up your social distancing time!

[3DS] Bravely Default
"Cave of Darkness" by Maelstrom

[GEN] Castlevania: Bloodlines
"Reincarnated Soul" by

[PC] Cave Story
"Break Down" by Th3Gavst3r

[MUL] Dark Souls II
"Remains" by Libera

[PS1] Final Fantasy IX
"All Hail the New Queen" by Th3Gavst3r

[PS2] Final Fantasy X
"A Fleeting Dream" by Libera

[NDS] Kirby: Canvas Curse
"Drawcia Sorceress" by

[NDS] New Super Mario Bros.
"Overworld (Vs. Mode)" (Replacement) by Latios212

[PS2] Persona 3
"Aria of the Soul" by Code_Name_Geek & Samusthedude

[NDS] Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
"Phoenix Wright ~ Objection! 2001" (Replacement) by mastersuperfan
"Turnabout Sisters' Ballad" by mastersuperfan

[SNES] Shin Megami Tensei
"Terminal" by Rwars

[GEN] Sonic the Hedgehog 2
"Mystic Cave Zone (2 Player)" (Replacement) by Yug Guy
"Oil Ocean Zone" by Yug Guy

[WiiU] Super Mario 3D World
"Switch Scramble Circus" by amc

[SWITCH] Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
"Stormy Saxophone 2 - KOF '96" by Static

[PS2] Tales of the Abyss
"Wyon Mirrored Cave" by thatoneguy

[NEO] The King of Fighters '96
"Stormy Saxophone 2 (Yagami Team Theme)" by Static

[MUL] The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
"Flight Range" by Sidon327
"Ruins" by Sidon327

[SWITCH] Xenoblade Chronicles 2
"Tiger! Tiger!" by Latios212

Site News / Call for potential new site art!
« on: March 24, 2020, 04:46:47 AM »
Hello everyone!

A while back I put up a notice saying that we'd soon be seeking out new art for the site (sorry, time really flies!). While the current banner has served us well for almost ten years now, it may be time for a visual refresh. Now that the new design has rolled out and everyone has had a chance to give it a feel, the time has come to open the floor up to submissions!

What we are looking for is:
- A banner! This must be responsive so as to fit different screen sizes and ratios.
- A logo! This must be in SVG format in order to scale well.
- Anything else will be taken into consideration but not necessarily used.

Submissions will be open for one month from this post, with potential for extension if deemed necessary. As a disclaimer, we may or may not end up picking a winner if it is determined the options don't suit the site, and we may need to follow up to iterate on the art before a final decision is reached.

Any questions, please do ask.

Dropbox folder with files

- Current
- fi_le
- KC Symphony #1
- KC Symphony #2
- KC Symphony #3
- SirBone

- KC Symphony
- Current

- Advos
- Current
- KC Symphony
- Sir Bone

Shirt designs (note: at the moment t-shirts are still purely hypothetical)
- Advos
- KC Symphony
- Sir Bone

Guide Submissions / A quick guide to using AudioStretch
« on: March 22, 2020, 05:40:07 PM »
A quick guide to using AudioStretch

This is a guide that details how to use AudioStretch, my preferred tool to use when transcribing. There are many other tools out there to slow down and/or analyze audio, but this is the one I find most helpful and use for just about everything. You're free to use what you like of course, but I hope this will be able to help others looking to improve their transcriptions and arrangements who may not already have a go-to tool for this.

AudioStretch used to be available in browser at, but that link now redirects to download links to the mobile app version. Fortunately, the tool is still available in browser, embedded in the free-to-use BandLab site.

What does it do?

I mainly use it to slow down audio. You can slow down the playback speed of an audio file and even click/drag to move it at whatever pace you like and make it "hang" on any one spot, making it easier to transcribe what pitches are present at any given moment. I also occasionally adjust the pitch by an octave to make the high/low notes easier to hear. That's about it; the tool doesn't actually produce any output for you - it just helps you listen to what's happening in the music so you can transcribe it yourself.

The app versions provide some expanded functionality, most notably a spectrum analysis of the audio file that provides a visual mapping of the relative volume of each pitch to keys on a keyboard. I generally try not to resort to using this most of the time, though, since it can result in relying too much on a technical analysis of what sound is being produced as opposed to what "sounds" right to a listener.

How do I use it?

First, create an account on BandLab. It's easy and you don't need to provide much in terms of your personal info.

Then, go to the Mix Editor. Click Import Audio/MIDI and upload the audio file for what you want. (If you're wondering how to get one from YouTube, there are tools out there you can use like ClipGrab.)

Next, right click the waveform and choose AudioStretch > More.

Now you can adjust playback speed and shift the pitch. And most importantly, you can click and hold/drag the waveform to focus on any moment in the track. That's it!

Site News / Cleaned-up Rules
« on: February 16, 2020, 10:19:11 PM »
Hello everyone,

We've just done a bit of cleanup to our rules, both on Discord and the forums. Please give it a look, though in essence nothing has really changed - we just made an effort to clarify and condense things to make them less of a headache to comb through for new and regular members.

Keep enjoying yourselves! ;)

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