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#1
Quote from: Bloop on February 23, 2024, 05:53:23 AMA tiny thing I might add is that the 8th rest in m6 beat 2 (the upper layer) could be raised a bit, as it almost looks like it's part of the bottom layer since it's horizontally aligned.
No problem! Adjusted!

Quote from: Bloop on February 23, 2024, 05:53:23 AMThat's absolutely fine! I personally like using dotted rests for rests smaller than the beat value to be a bit more concise, and I've seen it mentioned in Behind Bars and used in professional sheets too. Either way, it's fine ^^
Completely understandable, I just don't personally like it.
#2
How did I forget to update this again? Rather than linking the two I forgot, I'll just list them.

Mario Party 5 - Bustling Noisily (Accepted)
Mario Party 7 - Ready, Set, Fun (Submitted)

However, I do have one to link here, since I just arranged it right now. Behold!


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#3
Alrighty. After some help with the B section from Kricketune (thanks!), and Bloop reminding me that I had feedback on this (also thanks!), I have finally updated the submission.
#4
I will be updating this soon, I'm just waiting on a reply from someone helping me with the playability of the B section. I just wanted to respond to one thing real quick first.

Quote from: Bloop on January 25, 2024, 12:01:34 PM-In the pickup measure, you could write the 8th + 16th rest as a dotted 8th rest.
Most of the time, even if I disagree with something, if enough Updaters say it, I will change it. This is not one of those times. I fully believe that dotted rests have no place in common time, and I will die on that hill. None of the professional sheet music I own ever do it, and it makes me physically cringe when I see it done. I don't mean this in any malevolent way, I just want it to be abundantly clear how important that fact is to me.
#5
Feedback / Re: Super Mario 64 song name.
February 22, 2024, 09:55:50 AM
Super Mario 64 Main Theme is the official title of the track, and we always use the official song titles whenever possible.
#6
Quote from: Bloop on January 25, 2024, 11:33:28 AMA few tiny things before I accept:
-In m2, the trill mark could be a bit closer to the note like in m1.
-m19: The staccatos above beat 2 and 2.5 are quite far up too, you could check m21 beat 2 and 2.5 to see where they usually go.
It's always small formatting things like that that I miss. As soon as you said it, they were blaringly obvious when I opened the file, but beforehand, didn't notice at all.

Anyway, files are updated.
#7
Quote from: Bloop on January 25, 2024, 05:32:56 AMAs a quick response to this (I'll check the files later today), a sfz is usually used as a louder accent mark (see here), so that would suggest you'd continue in forte instead of mezzo piano. Maybe the term you're thinking of is fortepiano (fp), which does mean "go to piano right after playing forte"?
I've only ever seen it used the same way as fortepiano.
#8
Quote from: Kricketune54 on January 20, 2024, 06:27:59 PMIf I remember correctly typically sforzando is followed by a lower dynamic, so it might be better for the player to see the mp so they know where to build from for the cresc. at 9.
Also, I've never seen this before, but I changed it for now. I still want another updater to confirm it, though.
#9
Quote from: Bloop on January 24, 2024, 11:49:26 AM-m10: Though the B isn't there in the bassoon part on the start of beat 3, it is there in the piano, maybe you could add it in so there's something on beat 3 to play?
Yeah, I had it that way originally, but was told to change it. I honestly prefer it starting on beat 3, as well, so I've changed it back.

Quote from: Bloop on January 24, 2024, 11:49:26 AM-m4 and 34: While the piano chord on beat 1.5 is very soft, I can hear something being restruck in that beat in the original. Since the original piano part is (intendedly) sloppily played, some notes tend to be a bit softer, and I think in beat 1.5 it's all of them
I had listened to that part very intently with AudioStretch for at least five to ten minutes, so while I disagree that there is something being restruck there, I think it sounds enough like there is to just have it written that way. Sounds better with something there, either way, so I've changed it back to how I originally had it with a chord there.

Files have been updated.
#11
Quote from: Kricketune54 on January 17, 2024, 07:42:06 PMSo relistening, I can hear that B as well. Thinking there's still a D as well, but let's have the next updater give their opinion too.
I tried it out with both, and it actually sounds a lot better that way. Unless another updater disagrees with both being in there, I think it's good that way.

Quote from: Kricketune54 on January 17, 2024, 07:42:06 PMSorry if this has been mentioned before, I will make sure not to ask again if this is your preference
Yes and no. It definitely has been mentioned to me before, but it's not my preference. It's a side effect of exporting from Musescore, and I completely forgot about that until you just mentioned it again. I have fixed it.

Files are updated!
#12
Quote from: Kricketune54 on January 14, 2024, 09:15:36 PMI still hear A on the top and D and E but we can have someone else chime in on this.
I think that's a good idea because I still hear it as A, B, and E.

Quote from: Kricketune54 on January 14, 2024, 09:15:36 PMRelistened, I don't actually hear the base but the piano playing the D# there.
Upon relistening, it sounds to me like the piano is playing a B and the bassoon is playing a D#. I am very confident on this.

Quote from: Kricketune54 on January 14, 2024, 09:15:36 PMMy personal opinion in agreeance with Deku - I think having this as a Gn shows slightly note planing, and F double sharp is a somewhat remote accidental pick for A minor.
I still disagree, but as two updaters have agreed on it, I have made the change.

Quote from: Kricketune54 on January 14, 2024, 09:15:36 PMMore stuff • m18 4.5 RH hearing D# underneath • RH top layer m19 raise this quarter rest up so it isn't in the notehead. Usually you'd want to put first half of 1st layer in same layer as layer 2's notes, but it will show up that way to the person looking at the sheet anyway. • m23 RH 1.0, 2.5, and 4.0 would be much easier if you removed the D# on the bottom of these beats. I don't actually hear the D# for this measure     • would say same for m24 same beats. • m31 LH this sounds like A and C instead of G# and B for the middle pitches • m32 RH 4.0 I don't think this is physically possible - don't hear the pitches between the A's to begin with though so you could remove those.
All of this should be updated in the files. I particularly agree with point three, not sure why I had it the way I did.
#13
QuoteI saw virtually no reason to be suspicious of you at really any point (sorry THC, I just didn't see it).
That was exactly it. Once he did start posting, he was way too clean. He was suspiciously unsuspicious. Also, I generally put full trust into BDS, so it kinda made sense to balance it out with one game of the exact opposite. Sorry, BDS!
#14
QuoteI suppose it may have appeared a tad wolfy, but you're THC; you can get away with it!
It's sad how true this is.
#15
Do you maybe wanna explain the last minute vote change, Oricorio? Kinda felt like a Grinch who knew the vote set-up would lead to a KitB. Cause honestly, it's either you or BDS at this point, and I feel rather comfortable with the fact it's a 95% chance that it's you.