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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.  :)
Forum Games / Re: The NSM Guess-That-Melody Quiz!
February 04, 2020, 02:55:32 PM
Melody Quiz I.

Hi there, here is my first melody quiz. The motto is "romance epoch". It is a very little quiz, which just have three melody.

You can download it here in different files.

Good luck!

Yes sure. I corrected the first mistake with the wrong game before you published your message, sorry.

As for the title, I'll edit it right now.

Well, I don't think it is necessary to completely delete this submission.

Thanks for your advice!
A project about "nostalgic video game music" would be cool ... and nostalgic! ^^
Okay sorry. However, the arrangement of Th3Gavst3 was not officially published on the NSM-Site.(?)
I'm sorry, but it is the day-version of Valor Lakefront. The user daj have published the night-version of Valor Lakefront, if you see.
Sorry guys, but I've found the solution! It's all ok!!! It was my mistake! (Thank you Levi for private helping)
Hello again; I would to know, how I can write italic/bold/underline/strikethrough in Finale Notepad 2012? I ask, because in official arrangements the arranger's name should be italic and the composer's name should be bold (and the game italic too).
Help! / Re: Convert .mid/.pdf files
September 11, 2019, 01:53:26 AM
Thank you!
Help! / Convert .mid/.pdf files
September 08, 2019, 01:20:29 PM
Hey, I wanted to ask how to convert .mid/.pdf-files with Finale Notepad 2012. Otherwise, I can not publish sheet music on the official website...
And here you can see the last movement of Sonatine G-Dur. That was a very little sonata, for beginners. It does not take more than two and a half minutes. Have fun with play this composition!