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Submissions / Re: [GBC] Mario Tennis - "Courtyard" by Nine Lives
« on: April 10, 2021, 11:04:41 PM »
All right! Sheet's been updated.

Submissions / Re: [GBC] Mario Tennis - "Dormitory" by Nine Lives
« on: April 10, 2021, 11:03:12 PM »
Mkay. I got the sheet updated!
- The entire RH is quite legato/smooth. You could make a performer's note specifying that. However, totally up to you!
I added a few slurs for this, mostly over the eighth notes since the smoothness is more apparent for them.

Feedback / Re: Sheet Music Errors Thread
« on: April 05, 2021, 11:13:47 PM »
I accidentally labeled the composer on my "Treetop Rock" (Donkey Kong Country) sheet as Eveline Fischer. Could I get that changed to David Wise?

Submissions / Re: [GBC] Mario Tennis - "Dormitory" by Nine Lives
« on: April 04, 2021, 07:48:34 PM »

Submissions / Re: [GBC] Mario Tennis - "Courtyard" by Nine Lives
« on: April 03, 2021, 10:23:25 PM »
- For some reason, the Finale file has all the staccatos colliding with the notes; however, the PDF looks fine.
I believe it's just a Finale v26 conversion thing, so it looks fine for me, but may look wonky on your version.
- The LH in measure 12 sounds legato. Granted, I am using PC speakers, not headphones. xD
The notes sound the same here as they do in the previous measures from what I hear. Aside from that, I made the other couple of changes.

Submissions / Re: [GBC] Mario Tennis - "Courtyard" by Nine Lives
« on: April 03, 2021, 09:34:46 PM »

I prefer the C rather than the D natural. The Dn sounds off more than the C to me.
Oops! Sorry, I meant to say that they would be better off centered on the noteheads, not the stems.
Also, I got this done along with that.

Watch out, that's E natural, not Eb there
Oh. Sorry! I got it!

All right. The changes have been made. The articulations seemed to already have been centered with the stems on my program, so I don't know if it was loaded differently on your end or not.

Oh hey sorry, one last thing: for m23, I was wrong, it should be Ab-C-D (it's a D7b5 chord) - same applies to m49 but it looks correct there already.
It's all right. I got it!

  • Consider adding in the G-Ab piano figure on beats 1.5-2 of m35-37. It's right in the rest of the RH's range so it would fit pretty well. I'd probably write it as Layer 2 in all three of those measures.
  • Another small piano figure appears in m39 on beats 3.5-4, I would probably add that too.
Having the figure for measures 35-37, to me, sounds a bit off in the sheet. Maybe because the figure goes fully through to count 2.5 from what I'm listening to in the source, so it sounds incomplete with just the two eighths, but then, if I add the note on 2.5, then it overshadows the melody a bit, so it sounds slightly cluttered either way, therefore I think I'd rather not have it for those measures. On measure 39 though, it sounds more natural, at least in the way I was able to I write it in. so I'm willing to keep that figure in.
  • The LH note lengths in m35-43 seem a bit longer/shorter compared how the original bassline sounds.
Mkay, so I edited it a bit to try and match it up more with the right hand. Maybe it sounds a little better? You can judge me on that.
And I guess my final point is about the title. I'm not familiar with the game, but it looks like there are multiple Graphics Editor tracks for the various tools. Is there a way to make this track more clear? I'm assuming know more about the game than me, so I'll leave that to your judgement...
I suppose I can switch it to "Graphics Editor (Main Tools)," "Graphics Editor (Main Theme)" or something along those lines. There are only two themes for the section this tune plays in and this is the default one. The other one's just for when you select and use the stamp and shape tools.

All right, so I feel I got most of the changes, you'll have to correct me on chords though if they're wrong.
  • If you want to add those downbeat chords in m19-25, 45-51, I think they would sound better as a 2nd layer in the RH. The LH would probably be better off it just stayed with the bass-chord rhythm used in the beginning for most of this piece, since that's really the part that drives this entire piece forward, at least in my opinion.
For this, I did the first downbeats like normal and put the second downbeats on 2.5 for the most part in the first layer. I thought it'd be easier to play and sound better that way. Again, if  the chords sound off, you can correct me on them.

Project Archive / Re: Nine Lives' Replacements
« on: February 27, 2021, 09:44:53 PM »
"Snakey Chantey" and "Spaceport Alpha" have both been updated!

Project Archive / Re: Nine Lives' Replacements
« on: February 27, 2021, 01:01:19 AM »
Ah I did try to put this in my picture but I should have mentioned it as well.  Make sure to put the rests in 11-13 back to the usual height.
Also (x5), I know I said to add the staccatos, but I realise that the last one in each set of three should probably not be staccato to reflect the original.  The first two are still useful for distinguishing the phrase mark though.
Taken care of!

Project Archive / Re: Nine Lives' Replacements
« on: February 27, 2021, 12:55:18 AM »
Darkmoon Caverns
- Bottom note of the chords in m39 beats1-2 and m41 should be F# instead of G.
- I would move the arranger info up so it's not so close to the RH notes at the end of the first system.

Walrus Cove
- I would suggest writing the tempo as quarter=196 instead of half=98. Also, I would move the tempo marking a little bit up so it's not so close to the stem on m1 beat 1.
- In m11/15/35/39, you might consider breaking the beam over the rest. It's acceptable as is, but not beaming over rests is conventionally a bit more preferred.
- The Cn's in m16/32/40 RH (not LH) should be changed back to B#'s; my bad for not specifying.
- In the original track, the whole note in m52 RH only lasts for half the measure. Totally fine if you want to keep it as a whole note, just thought I'd bring up the choice of whole note vs. half note there.
Got 'em covered!

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