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Au revoir, Reggie. Our bodies aren't ready to say goodbye, but your time at Nintendo will never be forgotten.

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 on: Today at 12:53:12 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by Latios212
Thanks for the fixes, Latios!

I'll get the first small thing added soon enough
No problem! I went ahead and edited that in for you real quick in case that's a problem on Notepad (P is the keyboard on Finale, dunno if that works on Notepad.)

This one looks good to me now!

 22 
 on: Today at 12:47:53 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by Zeta
This submission has been accepted by Libera.

~Zeta, your friendly NSM-Bot

 23 
 on: Today at 12:47:40 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by Libera
Oh I didn't realise.  I'd have done it for you if I knew it'd be such a pain.  Anyway, it looks fixed now!

Accepting...

 24 
 on: Today at 12:45:39 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by cacabish
Ctrl shift + is the hotkey for aligning centre, if that helps.
Regrettably, it doesn't help since I'm using Finale Notepad and that shortcut doesn't work. But, (hopefully) nothing a little math can't fix!

I'm corrected the files yet again and I've checked the alignment; it should now be centered with respect to the margins. If not... :(

 25 
 on: Today at 12:04:09 AM 
Started by Stell - Last post by Stell
Yes, I'm referring to Shanghai Teahouse from TH6. If someone could do that, that'd be nice because I can't determine pitches for the life of me

 26 
 on: January 20, 2020, 11:53:13 PM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by Libera
I certainly feel like there is wisdom in this. Thanks for the advice!

Anyway, I updated the submission files - I straightened out the title, subtitle, and copyright and changed the F natural to an E# (definitely looks better). I also attempted to unify the articulations as best as I could. Let me know if there are any that I missed or if there are other changes necessary (or if the changes I made were detrimental).

I'm glad that what I said made some sense!  I think it's much better now in terms of articulations, but I'm still seeing the title, subtitle and copyright info being slightly misaligned horizontally.  Ctrl shift + is the hotkey for aligning centre, if that helps.

 27 
 on: January 20, 2020, 10:10:54 PM 
Started by LeviR.star - Last post by Static
#3 (1/1)
"Homicide" / "Ikoroshia" – [MUL] Super Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair

Timestamp: 0:30–0:45

This one as well I was expecting more people to find, since it apparently has been used in another quiz before.

Guessed by:
  • mastersuperfan
[close]

Ah, I knew this one sounded familiar, but for some reason it didn't click.

 28 
 on: January 20, 2020, 09:28:32 PM 
Started by LeviR.star - Last post by Trasdegi
So, multiple weeks after, I decided to close my quiz, shamelessly ripping msf's formating :)

Trasdegi's Melody Quiz #5 – Answers and Results!

#1 (1/1)
"Quietus" – [NDS] 9 Hours, 9 Persons, 9 Doors

Timestamp: 1:07–1:17

I was expecting more people to find this one, as it's the only one you can hear on a nintendo system...

Guessed by:
  • mastersuperfan
[close]

#2 (0/1)
"Signum Malum" – [TV] Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica

Timestamp: 0:00–0:15

In #5.1, I replaced it with a better-know rendition of the same melody, with more accompaniment to transcribe:

"Sis Puella Magica!" – [TV] Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica

Timestamp: 0:12–0:22

If you haven't already: go watch this. It's only 12 episodes, and one of the best things I ever watched in my life.

Guessed by:
-
[close]

#3 (1/1)
"Homicide" / "Ikoroshia" – [MUL] Super Danganronpa 2: Goodbye Despair

Timestamp: 0:30–0:45

This one as well I was expecting more people to find, since it apparently has been used in another quiz before.

Guessed by:
  • mastersuperfan
[close]

#4 (0/1)
"The Voyage" / "Main Theme" – [PC] Europa Universalis IV

Timestamp: 2:26–3:00

This is the kind of game that can be dangerous with me: I bought it in the middle of the winter vacation, and a week later I was already 50 hours in...

Guessed by:
-
[close]

#5 (0/1)
"Poème du Feu" – Ida Gotkovsky

Timestamp: 9:15–9:39

I'm currently playing this with the concert band. Some of the composer's visions of fire strangely make me think of Australia...

Guessed by:
-
[close]

#6 (0/1)
"Pollution" – [PC] Factorio


(No timestamp, because I transcribed the only transcribable part of the song, and, actually, of the whole OST)
I think I threw a hundful of hundreds of hours into this game last year...

Guessed by:
-
[close]

#7 (0/1)
"Kimi no Shiranai Monogatari" – [TV] Bakemonogatari

Timestamp: 0:15–1:33

This is the serie I'm watching right now, and I have to say, Monogatari's openings take a huge place in my favourites ranking. I mean, when I saw the first one being based on staplers, I instantly knew there was something graphically unique going on there. This song, however, is actually an ending, so quite befitting to end this quiz :)

Guessed by:
-
[close]

AND THE WINNER IS...
MASTERSUPERFAN! (duh :P)

With an (considering this quiz's difficulty) impressive score of 2/7!

[close]

 29 
 on: January 20, 2020, 07:02:02 PM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by NineLives
Thanks for the fixes, Latios!
- A courtesy natural would be nice on the G in m. 3 RH
- We could probably cut down on the measure count by using repeats, but that's not strictly necessary
I'll get the first small thing added soon enough, and for the second concern, I feel the measure count is fine and the pages aren't too crowded or barren or anything, so I don't think it's necessary like you said.

 30 
 on: January 20, 2020, 06:24:44 PM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by NineLives
- Downbeats are naturally emphasized over upbeats, so I don't think you really need the accents in the bassline at all.
- I agree with Insig about the accents on the repeated E's as a "hammered attack"; I think no articulation might be better than a swarm of accents. (I would say use a different articulation but I'm not sure what else fits here.)
- m1 and m25 primo RH, drag the start of the 8va a little to the left to cover the note.
- Your 8va lines are uncomfortably close to the staff, sometimes to the point of virtually touching (i.e. m70). I would move all of them up a tiny bit; you have some space for it.
- The primo part from m25-40 can be easily played with one hand—perhaps you could bring back the high "twinkling" ostinato from the beginning? It's very quiet and much less prominent from m25-40, but it's there. You could move it an octave up (so as not to overlap with the melody on the piano) and give the staff its own p or pp dynamic marking. (If you want to use separate dynamic markings for staves, you could also indicate the melody with louder dynamics, e.g. in m9.)
All right, so I got this big chunk done, but I'll wait to do the top 2 suggestions. I'm hopin' by Friday I'll get Finale Printmusic so I can take care of those changes.

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