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Quote from: Latios212 on April 14, 2022, 04:40:19 PMIs "Andrea Muceli" supposed to be cubo2's arranger name? If so, I'll get that updated in the system.

Aside from what Static mentioned above about the copyright, please put the arranger info in two lines, with a comma after the second arranger:
Arrangement by Jacopo Tore,
Andrea Muceli, and Andrea Licheri
Did it! Thank you!
Quote from: XiaoMigros on April 01, 2022, 01:52:56 PMOff to a good start! Might I suggest adding some articulation to the sheet? Some notes aren't held as long as you have them written, so adding staccato markings would be in order.

Also, the middle layer in measures 13-14 is too far a stretch to play. You'll need to take some liberties here, so here are some options I came up with: (feel free to choose one, or come up with your own!)
  • Move the middle layer down an octave and play it with the left hand
  • Move the bottom layer up an octave and play the middle layer with the left hand
  • Move the middle layer up an octave and play it with the right hand (I wouldn't recommend this as it clashes with the top layer)
  • Play the first note of the middle layer with the right hand, and play the other 3 with the left hand. You won't be able to sustain the note in the bottom layer.

Hope this helps!

Did it thanks!
Piano Arrangements / Re: Dragon Buster NES Project
April 20, 2022, 09:48:41 AM
Thank you so much formthe explanation!
Piano Arrangements / Dragon Buster NES Project
April 20, 2022, 09:16:26 AM
Good morning everyone,
I am writing this post together with my pupil Federico Mariane (you already know).
We have recently worked on a project that had the goal of transcribing all the music of the video game for the NES entitled "Dragon Buster".

I do not know if this post should be written here, in case of error I am willing to copy it elsewhere.
I would like to submit for your judgment and advice, all the transcripts we have worked on.
The reason why we write a post on "project" is the following, not being able to insert more than 2 scores at a time, we believe that starting to modify the scores before uploading them to the "submission center" can speed up publication times.
We wish everyone a good listening and a good reading!
Jacopo and Federico


Buongiorno a tutti,
vi scrivo questo post a quattro mani con il mio allievo Federico Mariane (che già conoscete).
Abbiamo da poco lavorato su un progetto che aveva come obbiettivo quello di trascrivere tutte le musiche del videogioco per NES intitolato "Dragon Buster".

Non so se questo post vada scritto qui, in caso di errore sono disposto a copiarlo altrove.
Vorrei sottoporre al vostro giudizio e ai vostri consigli, tutte le trascrizioni a cui abbiamo lavorato.
Il motivo per cui scriviamo un post su "project" è il seguente, non potendo inserire più di 2 spartiti per volta, crediamo che cominciare a modificare gli spartiti prima di caricarli sul "submission center" possa sveltire i tempi di pubblicazione.
Auguriamo a tutti quanti un buon ascolto e una buona lettura!
Jacopo e Federico
Did it!
Thank you!
Arranger: Andrea Muceli
Quote from: Latios212 on March 29, 2022, 02:38:22 PMDo you mean change the arranger name to "Chiara Bsaolu" with a space in the middle? ChiaraBasolu is already listed as an arranger in the NSM Panel

If so, I've updated the arranger name accordingly in the system.
Thank you so much as always <3
Quote from: ChiaraBasolu on March 15, 2022, 08:59:56 AM

Could you please add "Chiara Basolu" as arranger?
I did not know the original meter, I think it is correct to keep that.
If I try to put 4/4 the first line seems too squashed.
Quote from: Latios212 on March 10, 2022, 09:21:17 AMGreat! Last thing:
I only meant this in the places I pointed out; the rest were fine before. In particular, measures 3 and 15 RH should be disconnected between beats 3-4. (This is because there's a 16th note rhythm there.)
Ok I did it :)
Quote from: Latios212 on March 09, 2022, 04:07:02 PMThe following comments on your other sheet apply here as well:

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Thank you!
Quote from: Latios212 on March 09, 2022, 04:04:33 PMNice work! Some feedback:
- YouTube comments indicate that this is based on "Walking in the King's Highway" by Florence Horton, so similar to your other submission the composer/arranger credits need to be adjusted.
- There's too much space between the header and the first system; move the first system up.
- You have a couple of beams randomly disconnected - reconnect them in m. 2 and 10 LH beats 3-4, and m. 7 RH beats 3-4.
- m. 12 RH should be a 16th tied to a quarter, instead of quarter tied to a 16th. (To show beat 3)
- I think the second half would be better written in C major (blank key signature) with a double barline at the end of m. 8.
- Missing the copyright symbol between Konami and 1986. (Same for your other sheet)

Did it!
Thank you!
Quote from: Bloop on February 28, 2022, 11:33:55 AMThe files are still the same I believe. The only thing I can add to Levi's remarks is maybe adding a courtesy accidental to the F# in the L.H. of m19, beat 1 (since you have been using them in other places as well).
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Quote from: on February 27, 2022, 02:28:05 PMMight it work better if you distributed three measures into each system? That way, it'll create only five systems, which is just enough to fit snug into one page (I may be biased here, because that's how I did it when I arranged this song myself).
Did it!