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Project Archive / Re: Nine Lives' Replacements
« on: December 21, 2020, 02:57:09 AM »
Lobby Room
m6/14 I don't hear any note played on b3.5 at all?
also maybe break the beams over rests where it's a note on b1 and b2.5
Changed and updated.

Files have been updated.
Do Water/SMB3 really just cut off like that? I haven't played the game...
Yes. Those two are samples used for questions the player has to answer one of correctly to battle Melody. Melody plays one and asks either something like "What was the composer thinking of when composing this song?" or "What famous game does this song come from?" respectively.

Project Archive / Re: Nine Lives' Replacements
« on: December 20, 2020, 08:35:49 PM »
All right, so the "Lobby Theme," "Snakey Chantey," and "Bonus Medley" sheets have been updated.
Snakey Chantey
I am aware this would require major reworking of the entire arrangement, but I think the piano part would better if it was a lower RH layer (doesn't even have to be a 2nd layer, just add the notes to the RH melody). The piano rhythms line up with the accented notes in the melody, and there's spots where the piano is the only thing playing with the bass and you still have it in the LH (like m37-38). I highly encourage you to play around with it.[/li][/list]
I'll be looking over this a bit. I'll see what I can do with it if I can think of anything.

Project Archive / Re: Nine Lives' Replacements
« on: December 15, 2020, 10:10:34 PM »
Oh. I'll get to changing the rest back then. Done.

Project Archive / Re: Nine Lives' Replacements
« on: December 15, 2020, 05:32:23 PM »
Did you make the changes to token tango? I don't see the changes I quoted myself saying in my most recent post...

Additionally, a final ending line would be nice for the end of m43.
And having the bonus lose and bonus win on the final page in their entirety would make it easier to see what's going on and I would recommend that.
All right. I got the sheet updated now. I also put the repeat back on measure 39 for "Token Tango." I thought that'd be okay to have.
In addition, I got a bit of simplification implemented into "Snakey Chantey," but I'm sort of holding back a bit on it 'cause I'm unsure what'd sound okay simplified.


I believe I got all the changes done.

Project Archive / Re: Nine Lives' Replacements
« on: December 14, 2020, 05:26:43 AM »
All right. Changes to "Treetop Tumble" and "Bonus Medley" have been made. I think I got the endings for medley set the intended way, without the repeat and such. I'll get to simplifying "Snakey Chantey" in a bit.
I agree that they sound like different octaves, but I'm not sure you addressed my argument for using Swanky's Swing instead.
That being
a) it's in the official OST and thus more well known
b) the sheet on the site you are replacing has the octave placement of Swanky's Swing, not bonus intro which makes me think that the song arranged here is not bonus intro.
The reason I used the title "Bonus Intro" in the first place instead was because it's the title/version related to the bonus rooms of the game, like the rest of the songs used in the sheet. The "Swanky's Swing" title/version is used for the quiz game completely unrelated to the bonus rooms, so it felt more standalone than part of a bigger picture. If it'd make more sense to title the overall sheet to "Bonus Room Medley" so it's more specific, I could do that.
For your B statement, I don't quite understand. You are referring to the G-Han/DoKoCo "Bonus" sheet, yes?

Project Archive / Re: Nine Lives' Replacements
« on: December 13, 2020, 07:48:22 PM »
Looks good to me.
Also, the medley now has a "Bonus Lose" section ready for review.

Project Archive / Re: Nine Lives' Replacements
« on: December 10, 2020, 10:55:03 PM »
Why use bonus intro? The sheet on the site simply labeled "bonus" has the notes an octave higher like Swanky's Swing so I'm not sure why you're not doing that one instead. I can't seem to find bonus intro in any official OSTs or anywhere. Do you know any more background behind it and the difference in-game?
I showed in the links from the comment before that they were, in a general sense, the same song but with different instrumentation. The section that you want up an octave is played in an octave higher on the piano in "Swanky's Swing," but is, what I hear, a sax in the current octave in "Bonus Intro." This particular version of the song, for the concern of background, is played before the bonus room, where you'd see the "Destroy them all!" or "Find the token!" messages.
"Bonus Intro"
"Swanky's Swing"
On the subject of changes, I believe I've got 'em all but this one:
To incorporate the bonus lose, you could have a 2nd ending and some sort of performance note that says "play one depending on the outcome" or something. Up to you though.
I'll be getting to adding it in soon.

Project Archive / Re: Nine Lives' Replacements
« on: November 30, 2020, 06:27:06 AM »
Bonus Medley
As far as I can tell, the first song's title is Swanky Swing, not bonus intro.
-RH m9-16 - Should be an octave higher
Sorry I didn't notice the old sources were removed.
Actually, though they are the same song, "Bonus Intro" is arranged slightly different from "Swanky's Swing" to where that section is more suited in its current octave, at least it sounds that way on my end. If you still want it moved up one, I can do that. Other changes to the first page still apply though, so those are in along with the "Bonus Win" stuff. Also, a pickup to the victory theme is in the 41st measure. Is there a certain way I should add the losing fanfare or separate the two?

Mkay. Done!

Mkay, so the rebeaming didn't work as planned for some reason, so I had to do that manually. Regardless, I believe I got all the changes put in.

Project Archive / Re: Nine Lives' Replacements
« on: November 20, 2020, 03:35:56 AM »
Mkay, so I tried on putting the chords with the bass for "Snakey Chantey," though I feel it looks a little messy, yet it's the only thing I could come up with and I may be getting some chords wrong, so I'll need your input on that, Maelstrom. The other two should be updated in the suggested sections.

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