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 on: Today at 05:34:07 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by invy

 on: Today at 04:58:24 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by Zeta
Submission Information:

Series: Other
Game: Ring Fit Adventure
Console: Nintendo Switch
Title: Title A
Instrumentation Solo Piano
Arranger: invy

 on: Today at 01:05:15 AM 
Started by Latios212 - Last post by Libera
Pt7 - Wi-Fi Plaza: Mini-Games - SebastianI agree with these comments and have implemented them in Sebastian's absence. Other than that, I moved the rests in the last measure back onto the staff. This one also looks good.
Good points. I fixed these up in Sebastian's absence. Details about a few of the comments above in particular:
- Re-spelled the left hand accordingly and removed the courtesy B flat in the even numbered measures that is no longer necessary. Added courtesy G naturals since every measure alternates Gb/Gn.
- Moved the right hand part in m. 19-20 to the top staff
Also added a dynamic contrast between the intro and the rest. Signing off on this one. Libera let me know if I messed up anything while editing or if it's good to go.

Both of these look good to me.  I've moved them to accepted.

 on: December 14, 2019, 11:56:30 PM 
Started by Libera - Last post by Libera
The First Day

This one is going to be a little different from the rest.  I've collated the sheets that I had posted elsewhere but not in my PA and I've now added them.  I've also fixed and updated all of the entries in my PA and fixed some links here and there.  Starting from tomorrow, it'll be one completely new sheet per day.  Enjoy!

Great Grey Wolf Sif: [Musx] [Pdf] [Midi] [Mus]
Dark Sun Gwyndolin: [Musx] [Pdf] [Midi] [Mus]

Past From Far Distance: [Musx] [Pdf] [Midi] [Mus]

 on: December 14, 2019, 11:09:58 PM 
Started by Latios212 - Last post by JDMEK5
Battle! (Team Galactic Boss) - JDMEK5
Not sure how much you've tested or fixed the parts that you marked on the sheet, but I'll provide some feedback anyway:
  • Some of the dynamics and accidentals are too close to other notes and markings, like in m29-30 for example.
  • That "hit the lowest note on the piano" section I think sounds better if you play it in key as a low C instead of a low A. Also, for this direction marked (a), and the other marked (b), I would move the directions directly near the music so the reader doesn't have to look down for them since there's enough space to do this.
  • Your system spacing on different pages is inconsistent and uneven.
Went through with your comments and revised the entire arrangement (also taking care of my marked spots). Here's the new product.


 on: December 14, 2019, 09:22:30 PM 
Started by Static - Last post by Static
[PC] Bunny Must Die! Chelsea and the 7 Devils - "Wells Ex Machina (Arranged)
[MID] [MUS] [MUSX] [PDF] [Original]

It's that time of year again.

 on: December 14, 2019, 07:38:17 PM 
Started by Deku Trombonist - Last post by invy
Thanks for the advice! I'll most likely use the beaming because it condenses the arrangement enough to fit on two pages if nothing else

If anyone wants to weigh in on which version is better, the original is here and the version with beaming is here.

 on: December 14, 2019, 06:55:57 PM 
Started by - Last post by
On the first day of Sheet-Mas, my true love gave to me...


[ARCADE] Popeye - "Music from Popeye"


For the various sound effects, you are free to listen for them here. It's the best I've got.

You know this spinach-chomping sailor well! But did you know that this was the game that Donkey Kong was supposed to be? You can read about it on the Wikipedia page. It took me a while to get the page layout right, and even longer to identify the 1-Up sound effect (I even joined an arcade-themed Discord server to do so! Making some friends there now) but now more of the work of original Nintendo composer Yukio Kaneoka is here for you now! Enjoy!

EDIT: I'm going to see how long I end up lasting through the 12 Days of Sheet-Mas this year. Wish me luck!

 on: December 14, 2019, 06:23:41 PM 
Started by Deku Trombonist - Last post by Code_Name_Geek
Part of the reason 4/4 looks difficult to read is that the third eighth note in the RH crosses the middle of the bar. In 4/4, it is important to show a clear distinction between beat 2 and 3 as it is easier to read for the performer, and it what they are used to reading in published sheet music.

Here I've recreated the first two bars of your arrangement to show you what that would look like. In this case, you don't need a staccato on the 16th note as a 16th followed by a rest is already understood to be short, and will end up being about the same length as an eighth note with a staccato. This solution also makes it clear that the fourth and fifth notes are simple off-beats, lining up with the bassline. (I put a dotted line in the middle of the bar to show the split I'm talking about, though you wouldn't actually put this in the arrangement of course.)

To simplify it further, you could also beam the second eighth note to the 16th across the rest. You want to be careful about beaming across rests because it can easily get confusing if done all over the place, but in this case showing that those two notes are both part of beat 2 makes it easier to read.

Simplifying all of the rhythms like this will go a long way towards making them more readable for the performer. Hope this helps, let me know if you have any questions!

 on: December 14, 2019, 02:05:09 PM 
Started by Deku Trombonist - Last post by Dekkadeci
4/2 is so rare that it's significantly harder to understand than 4/4. I'd use 4/4 and deal with the rests some other way.

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