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Quote from: Olimar12345 on April 08, 2018, 09:21:26 PMMore Pikmin 2 arrangements!

[GCN] - Pikmin 2
-Frontier Cavern [MUS] [Midi] [PDF] [NEW]
Hearing this on piano makes me think of one of those Gnossienne pieces. It gives me a greater appreciation of Pikmin :P

Great job! I love hearing your Pikmin arrangements.
Quote from: Dudeman on January 09, 2018, 10:51:17 PMWHAT THE HELL A WILD TASER APPEARED
I'm always here, I just don't post huehuew
I was watching a video of the WarioWare minigame where Wario is spelunking into someone's nostril.

I was surprised when I recognized the BGM was an arrangement of Gnossienne no. 1.
GNOSSIENNE SOUNDS LIKE "NOSE". mind blown shiiiiii

edit: The treasure he finds after spelunking is a burger. like a BOOGER!
I've been waiting for a Pokemon Ranch Day theme arrangement for such a long time! Though I won't have another person to play with, this really pleasant!
So I'm trying to play songs submitted on the site like K.K. Disco and Gerudo Valley. I can play both hands separately, but I can't put them together because I'm terrible at rhythm. I decided to download this sight-reading software (Home Concert) to help with since it's well reviewed and there was a 50% sale going on.

However, when I load a MIDI file, all the notes are just mashed up into one staff. It's probably because there's only one channel in the file. It seems the TimeWarp had a Keyboard Split Utility in the past that could resolve this, but they removed it.

This is incredibly frustrating; I've been trying out different software to try and split the MIDI channels into two. I tried using Reaper, but that's just a whole mess since I'm having more and more issues the more I delve into it.

Anybody know of a free software that can easily edit MIDIs?
Music / Piano games similar to Synthesia?
January 16, 2015, 10:47:40 AM
I was vacuuming the behind my electric piano and I found out it had a USB to Host port. I downloaded the trial version of Synthesia, but it wasn't really for me--I can only read staves.

I was curious if there's any piano games you've tried by hooking up your keyboard to a computer. Is there software like Synthesia that uses staves instead of Guitar Hero-esque notes, just like how the Finale playback runs?
I'm getting a 403 error. :p
I imported an awesome game called Daigasso! Band Bros. P, and it's a Nintendo game that's sort of like Guitar Hero/Rock Band. The main difference is that the song list is all instrumental and all user-made.

I'm not into J-Pop, so I want to transcribe American pop songs into the game. Though, I'm not sure where to look. I'd need sheet music that contains all parts of the original song.
So far, I transcribed American Author's Best Day of My Life because I used Finale NotePad to convert a MIDI into sheet music. There are no other friendly MIDI files that Finale can open.

Anyway, I guess what I'm asking is, where can I get sheet music for popular songs that have all the instrument parts? Is there a term for that (searching "band sheet music" just leads me to high school bands)?
Is there a program that can recognize MIDI files and outputs a better sheet than Finale or MuseScore?
Help! / MuseScore users
February 14, 2014, 04:43:06 PM
I've been looking for this lovely certain song for ages, and I learned of a wonderful program called MuseScore (not as friendly as Finale, but it's hella great). Through it, I converted a MIDI file to a full blown sheet.
Of course, it's incredibly glitchy, so only those with good music theory skills can fix it up. I cleaned it up immensely for a piano solo and an optional violin harmony if my sister would like to play, but is still clearly unfinished.

I need help with some nasty messes or any other things that look wrong (I'm still working on rhythm notation). It'll be evident where they are in the sheet. Just any tips to keep the melody intact while actually being physically able to play and clearly read.

Oh, I'm not sure if I'm able to state what the title of the song is, considering that's the reason there's no damn sheet music for it anywhere outside Japan.
The measures in need are:
25, 36-37, 63-72, 89-92
Beautiful treat. I was enjoying this while drinking jasmine tea with my eyes closed. Relaxing (except for the loud parts of course).
I found a sheet of music inside a stack of papers, and the top of the sheet was ruined and it looked like there were a couple of pages following it.
When I played it it was the most beautiful arrangement of Pollyanna I've heard on a sheet of music. I'm looking high and low for the arrangement, and I'm wondering if it was you who arranged it.
What happened to your New Leaf arrangements? The URLs seem to be broken.
Nintendo / Re: Animal Crossing: New Leaf
June 16, 2013, 05:31:48 PM
I have some of you on my Friends List, so if my gates are opened you can just drop by if you'd like.

Also, Wry came by my place but I can't seem to find your user here...
You know how there's a "More..." on the navigation pane? I've always thought that the Nintendo games and the third party (and games from other consoles) should be separate.

It would look nicer that way.
Nintendo / Re: Professor Layton
May 16, 2013, 04:59:20 AM
I really want to play Iris on the piano, but the only website I can find it on is in Japanese. IT'S SUCH A GOOD SONG WHY CAN'T I PLAY YOU