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#31
Awesome! Many thanks to you. (I've updated the files)
#32
Whoa, thank you very much, I thought I'd have to rewrite everything!!

So, otherwise I'm finished, is that it?
#33
Okay, thank you. I'm going to edit this prompt.


A question, how can I change the key without changing the actual note values, but only reshape the note values to E flat minor "visually"? You know what I mean?
#34
A new sheet!!

#35
It's COMPLETE!!!

Quote from: Bespinben on May 16, 2020, 11:49:20 PM^Everything Lat said, plus:
  • I would either commit to 1 page, or spreading everything out evenly across 2 pages (something like 4 systems on page 1, and 5 systems on page 2, with rough 5-6 measures per system).

Done ^^

Quote from: Bespinben on May 16, 2020, 11:49:20 PM^Everything Lat said, plus:
  • The sheet is missing measure numbers.

Added ^^


Quote from: Latios212 on March 28, 2020, 02:17:46 PMApologies for the long wait on this one. A few things to start:

- It helps to link to a non-extended version of the original track to make it easier for people to check.


- Formatting. The PDF needs to be generated from the MUS/MUSX file, please see our formatting guidelines for details. But this is a pretty straightforward sheet, so we can get to that later after the notes and stuff all good to go.

- This piece is in E flat minor, so all the E double flats should be D naturals. Similarly, The B double flats are really A's (part of an F chord).

- Check your chord voicings, particularly inversions, throughout. Many of the triads you have are placed too low. It's fine to invert downwards once or twice to avoid interfering with the melody, but this arrangement right now has an overall heavier feel because of the low placement of the triads.

All done ^^


One thing...

Please leave the H major where it is, it is a hard job to rewrite everything in this section, I have been working on the arrangement for half a year. HAVE GRACE PLEASE
#36
Hi, many apologies for very late replies, I have forgotten this submission.

I'm in trouble, I don't can hear exactly to the triades. Can somebody help me please?
#37
Oh, thank you for the direct providing. So, I'm finished now :P
#38
Forum Games / Re: The NSM Guess-That-Melody Quiz!
May 25, 2020, 12:28:19 PM
Hello, a new melody quiz for you: PokéMaster's Melody Quiz 2.!

This time it's about Pokémon games that have been released for the Gameboy. This quiz has a modest number of melodies: 4! Whoever guesses all the melodies first, wins what should be easy this time...

Now... Let me wish you the best of luck!

Files...: http://www.mediafire.com/folder/5cfck9x1c8xiw/Melody_Quiz_2._Pokémon_Games_for_GB
#39
Quote from: Latios212 on May 24, 2020, 02:02:20 PMGood work! Notes look good, although there are some things that need to be sorted out before we get this one in.
- Check the formatting guidelines for the style/font of the track and game title in the header. You're also missing the URL: https://www.ninsheetmusic.org/
- I'm getting something slower for the tempo, around 112 BPM.

There are also notes that need to be spelled differently, use the following spellings:
- Measure 1 and 5: D# and G# in the right hand
- Measure 4: Db in the left hand
- Measure 6: C# and F# in the right hand
- Measure 7: G# and C# in the right hand
- Measure 8: F# and B in the right hand

Yeh, I've done the enharmonic reinterpretation and I've changed the tempo. The formatting has also been changed!


Quote from: LeviR.star on May 24, 2020, 04:32:56 PMIn addition to linking newer people to the formatting guidelines, we really ought to give them a template, too. I've got one of my own ready:

NSM Template file.mus

Thank you!
#41
We could choose the topic "Forests" for the update.
#42
Hi there, sorry for late answering.

So, I'm impressed by your work, Levi. I noticed a few small things to decorate or improve the arrangement.


Measure 1 : I'm pretty sure to hear an e' before the c'' first and not an e'' in in the melody part.

Measure 1-10 : an agitato??

Measure 11 ff : a leggiero??

Koji Kondo -> Kōji Kondō
Expression: "Presto (Half=100)"
Why did you use an alla breve instead of an alla semibreve (4/4)? I'm interested.
And do we now call it "Battle Plains" or "Overworld"?

Do you agree?
mus:   https://drive.google.com/uc?export=download&id=1FajSHP0DRUFNpbrVrb_agWhBRQCSwQfF
musx: https://drive.google.com/uc?export=download&id=1HBP8XjCaoM-7kqBpceRVLn-rxFeLNA_r
#43
Forum Games / Re: The NSM Guess-That-Melody Quiz!
March 11, 2020, 02:48:19 PM
Results from Melody Quiz I..

#1 (0/1)

Sonata in B Minor | F. Liszt

[close]

#2 (1/1)

Arabesque in C op. 18 | R. Schumann

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#3 (0/1)

Nocturne in F Major op. 15 no. 1 | F. F. Chopin

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WINNER
The winner is....  Dekkadeci! (Score: 1)
[close]
#44
Hi Levi,
thanks a very lot!! Well, you have already completely edited the arrangement. I am very grateful to you, but I do not know which will be the next step? How did you imagine that?
#45
Um ... Okay, of course I'll change the title. Is there anything left to improve?

And pls don't get me wrong, I attach great importance to you making improvements to the arrangement, but I will not change it until the others suggestions have arrived too, if that is okay.  :)