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 on: Today at 03:12:42 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by Latios212
Cool, I've made sure your files are updated with that and formatting ^^

Approving this one!

 on: Today at 02:03:29 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by XiaoMigros
While going over the piece again I fixed up a few more minor things:
 - I wrote whole-measure rests in the right hand's 1st voice as such instead of their literal value (dotted half).
 - I moved the Gb in Measures 11-12 into the second voice to emphasise the lesser significance of this note, and to show it is a continuation of the second voice from the previous two measures.
Thank you to all the updaters for your time and patience!

 on: Today at 02:02:39 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by Zeta
This submission has been accepted by Maelstrom.

~Zeta, your friendly NSM-Bot

 on: Today at 02:02:32 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by Maelstrom
Looks great!
I agree with everything you said and don't hear what lat said at all, so I'll accept then.

 on: Today at 01:49:50 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by XiaoMigros
Hey! From now on I'll say when I've updated the sheet then, if I don't forget that is🙃
 - By default I add forward repeat bars, I have no clue why and I know you don't need them, but I'll try to remove them in the future
- The other edits you've made look good to me, I'll update the submission after I've posted this
The only thing that comes to mind for measures 21-24 is to make the ties dotted? Though I think that might be a bit unclear to the performer. I'll have a think but otherwise I could always remove the tie completely (that isn't optimal either).

 on: Today at 01:37:27 AM 
Started by Wolf Link - Last post by Maelstrom
In the future, I recommend replying to your old topic and editing the first post with the updated files. That's generally how things work around here.

 on: Today at 12:55:33 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by Libera
Ooh yeah, got it the high F# - I hear that. I was listening to the harmony below the melody and listening to it again, whatever is playing there sounds like it outlines an A7 chord (which makes sense going to Dm in m. 29). For that reason I think writing it as an A or A7 chord in the RH sounds better on piano. I'll leave that up to you (or the next updater to comment on) though since it's not incorrect as is.

I still don't hear the E or Gn.  I think you may just be being thrown off by the chord being in first inversion with the A in the bass.  I've left this as is again since Mael didn't mention this either.

Thanks for checking, those are some nice catches. 

m12 - I hear the counter melody descending on b2, as a G# instead of the B

I see what you mean but I also still hear the B.  I think for simplicities' sake (you're right that it doesn't do it in bar 42) I'll just keep it to the B.

m30 b2.75 - I hear a E here instead of the G. I get how this might not mesh well with the chord after it though.

I agree.  I think though to avoid the double tap of the E I will just omit that final note.

m19 b2 - I hear almost the same chord from m15 here. Maybe not the C#, but def. the B so maybe the C#could just move down a step.

I agree about the B.  Not sure about the C# but I think for consistency with bar 15 it'd be better to keep it.

m36 - If you're following the guitar instead of the bass on b4, might as well include the E on b3.5 as well.

So I'm open to changing this but one of the ways I was trying to make 5-14/35-44 lighter than 15-24 was by omitting that note.  It's so thick anyway that it's a bit fiddly to try and get the fuller sound out in 15-24 and this was one of the small alterations, as well as extra notes on the left hand chords and octaves in the melody in some places.  As I said I'm open to altering so let me know what you think.

Other things should be fixed and new files are up.

 on: Today at 12:52:01 AM 
Started by Wolf Link - Last post by Wolf Link
Hi. Again. This is my second draft for File Select from A Link to the Past. Please let me know what you think about the song or if the song doesn't work.

 on: Today at 12:29:09 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by
Oh thank God, someone actually did this one!

And did it well, too! Awesome work, Radiak!

 on: Today at 12:26:56 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by Libera
Overall this looks pretty good, but in the section 25-48 I'm hearing a fair number of different/missing notes and voicings.  Such is the nature of resonanty (tm) solo piano I guess.

-Missing a D below the RH F# in bar 29/37.
-Missing a D above the RH in bar 30/34/38.
-I think missing another D below the RH one in bar 32.
-I think missing a D between the B and F# in bar 33.  (Why are these all Ds haha?)
-Missing a C# above the E in the left hand and an A above the F# in the right hand of bar 35.  Also I think the C# in the right hand might not be there and it's just the lower one.
-Missing a G between the two Ds in bar 40.
-I think missing a D above the left hand one in bar 41.
-I think the F# in bar 42 on beat 1 is actually an octave lower (i.e. in the left hand).
-I think missing a D above the left hand D in bar 45.
-Missing an E above the left hand C# in bar 46 and I think the C# in the right hand isn't there.
-I think missing a G above the C# in the left hand of bar 47.
-The D on top of beat 3 in bar 47 should be an octave lower.

Other things:

-Instead of using accents, I think it would be a better idea to notate the low piano notes in bars 17-24 as separate layer.  I think that would get across the idea more clearly and is visually more striking than accents.
-With that in mind I would also recommend moving the semibreve Gs in the left hand of bars 14 and 22 into the right hand.  That's how someone would probably play it also.

-m16 - I don't hear the octave harmony you have here, just the top 2 notes

I agree with this.  The other thing you mentioned I also commented on somewhere in the big chunk above.

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