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Rubikium's Halloween Sheet: Luigi's Mansion 3 - Boilerworks
« on: October 14, 2020, 10:59:45 AM »


This track is labeled as "Boilerworks - Track 1" in the game, "Boilerworks: Theme" in this website, and "B2: Boilerworks" or "2B: Boilerworks" in some YouTube videos. I have settled on "Boilerworks" as the sheet name for now, but please let me know if it should be changed.
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Re: Rubikium's Halloween Sheet: Luigi's Mansion 3 - Boilerworks
« Reply #1 on: October 21, 2020, 08:52:46 PM »

  • For the title, I'd be tempted to go with what's listed in the in-game soundtrack, since that is the only official source we have to go by. I'll be posting in the other LM3 thread about this after I'm done here...
  • Edit: I'd actually be fine with just naming this "Boilerworks", I think it's the most clear. I just want to make sure the title scheme for this and the Mezzanine sheet match.
  • The swing playback isn't working for me, is it for you? If not, I can fix it for you.
  • Beat 3 of m2, 6, 18, and 22 sound like half notes to me instead of 8th notes.
  • Beat 3 of m17 and 21 should have an F under the A (you can also include an E# grace note under the G# if you'd like). These notes also sound long, like quarter notes rather than 8th notes.
  • The melody starting at 17 has different articulations from the first time - it's not all normal 8th notes.
  • m19 RH beat 3: These 2 8th notes are actually straight instead of swung; you could indicate this with a bracket above and text saying "straight".
  • The banjo part starting at m24 beat 4 should be constant 16th notes - I'm not hearing any of those 8th note rhythms like in m24, 26, or 28 for example.

Nice sheet!
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Re: Rubikium's Halloween Sheet: Luigi's Mansion 3 - Boilerworks
« Reply #2 on: October 23, 2020, 12:57:58 PM »

  • For the title, I'd be tempted to go with what's listed in the in-game soundtrack, since that is the only official source we have to go by. I'll be posting in the other LM3 thread about this after I'm done here...
  • Edit: I'd actually be fine with just naming this "Boilerworks", I think it's the most clear. I just want to make sure the title scheme for this and the Mezzanine sheet match.
  • The swing playback isn't working for me, is it for you? If not, I can fix it for you.
  • Beat 3 of m2, 6, 18, and 22 sound like half notes to me instead of 8th notes.
  • Beat 3 of m17 and 21 should have an F under the A (you can also include an E# grace note under the G# if you'd like). These notes also sound long, like quarter notes rather than 8th notes.
  • The melody starting at 17 has different articulations from the first time - it's not all normal 8th notes.
  • m19 RH beat 3: These 2 8th notes are actually straight instead of swung; you could indicate this with a bracket above and text saying "straight".
  • The banjo part starting at m24 beat 4 should be constant 16th notes - I'm not hearing any of those 8th note rhythms like in m24, 26, or 28 for example.

Nice sheet!

- I will keep the title as is, then
- I cannot enable the swing playback since I'm using Finale Notepad. Please fix this
- Note lengths in mm. 1-8 and mm. 17-24 have been adjusted
- Added the F notes in m17 and m21
- I notate the two straight 8th notes as a duplet instead
- Added missing notes in m26, 28
- Edited m24 beat 4 to include both melody (LH) and banjo part (RH)
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Re: Rubikium's Halloween Sheet: Luigi's Mansion 3 - Boilerworks
« Reply #3 on: October 23, 2020, 02:44:21 PM »

- I will keep the title as is, then
After talking with SlowPokemon I think I would actually prefer the title "B2: Boilerworks", since the official title is kinda weird and I think the floor number is useful to know for people looking for sheets.

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Re: Rubikium's Halloween Sheet: Luigi's Mansion 3 - Boilerworks
« Reply #4 on: October 24, 2020, 03:54:21 AM »

I made the swing and straight playback work for you. I had to move the straight marking to m25 however since the marking is attached to the beginning of measures - this is fine though because 8th note triplets and 16th notes sound the same in both styles. I also changed the title to match Mezzanine.

- I notate the two straight 8th notes as a duplet instead
Because you're in 4/4 time (as opposed to 12/8), I think a Straight marking is more appropriate here. If you're fine with me changing it, I can hide the "2" and add a small text marking above that says "Straight" with a bracket to show that only those 2 notes should be straight.




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Re: Rubikium's Halloween Sheet: Luigi's Mansion 3 - Boilerworks
« Reply #5 on: October 24, 2020, 05:08:47 AM »

I'm alright with the changes made. Please also edit the mentioned duplet.
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Re: Rubikium's Halloween Sheet: Luigi's Mansion 3 - Boilerworks
« Reply #6 on: October 24, 2020, 05:43:45 PM »

All done, I approve, although I would still consider changing up the articulations in the melody starting up at m17 - I guess it's up to you though, and I think it's fine the way it is. I also got rid of that extra natural sign for you in m31, so everything's good to go now.

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Re: Rubikium's Halloween Sheet: Luigi's Mansion 3 - Boilerworks
« Reply #7 on: October 25, 2020, 07:14:27 PM »

Lots of stuff in the banjo section RH
m24 b4.5 - A (above the next note), not a d.
m25 b2.75 - F, not Db
m27 b3 - F, not a rest.
m29 b1 - I hear a D here instead of the F#, b3 is a D#
m30 b1 - I hear a C# here instead of the F#, same with b3
m31 - b1.23, 2.25 - Bn, not a Gn.
m32 b1 - E, not A. b3-3.25 are E->C#, not A->E. Beat 4 is supposed to be an octave higher.

LH stuff:
m9 - Chord on both hits here is a Bb Minor - should be Db-F-Bb or an inversion of that. Also, the 4th beat bass hit is an A.
m11 - same chord thing, but the 4th beat bass note is a C#
m11 b3 - G, not an F.
m12 - 4th beat bass note is a C
m25 2nd layer b4 - Should be an A, not a sustained note (forms a 10th)
m27 2nd layer b4 - Should be a C#, not a sustained note (forms 9th)
m27 1st layer b3.25 - F, not an E
m29 b3 - The bass goes up to a F# here
m32 - Why does the 2nd layer switch octaves? the bass plays in single steps down here.

For the whole m9-16 section, there's a whole different rhythm going on here with swing 8ths on beat 3. I really think it should be included.
Why only the grace note in m32? The harmonica makes a similar shape elsewhere through this section.
Double barline at the end of m24 to indicate the section change?

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Re: Rubikium's Halloween Sheet: Luigi's Mansion 3 - Boilerworks
« Reply #8 on: October 28, 2020, 07:49:18 AM »

Lots of stuff in the banjo section RH
m24 b4.5 - A (above the next note), not a d.
m25 b2.75 - F, not Db
m27 b3 - F, not a rest.
m29 b1 - I hear a D here instead of the F#, b3 is a D#
m30 b1 - I hear a C# here instead of the F#, same with b3
m31 - b1.23, 2.25 - Bn, not a Gn.
m32 b1 - E, not A. b3-3.25 are E->C#, not A->E. Beat 4 is supposed to be an octave higher.

LH stuff:
m9 - Chord on both hits here is a Bb Minor - should be Db-F-Bb or an inversion of that. Also, the 4th beat bass hit is an A.
m11 - same chord thing, but the 4th beat bass note is a C#
m11 b3 - G, not an F.
m12 - 4th beat bass note is a C
m27 1st layer b3.25 - F, not an E
m29 b3 - The bass goes up to a F# here

For the whole m9-16 section, there's a whole different rhythm going on here with swing 8ths on beat 3. I really think it should be included.
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LH stuff:
m25 2nd layer b4 - Should be an A, not a sustained note (forms a 10th)
m27 2nd layer b4 - Should be a C#, not a sustained note (forms 9th)
I didn't include them since it is difficult to play these intervals simultaneously, and arpeggiate them does not sound great either

m32 - Why does the 2nd layer switch octaves? the bass plays in single steps down here.
Why only the grace note in m32? The harmonica makes a similar shape elsewhere through this section.
I forgot to remove them after my experiment on the score. Changed

Double barline at the end of m24 to indicate the section change?
Sure. Please edit this for me, as I can't do this in Notepad
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Re: Rubikium's Halloween Sheet: Luigi's Mansion 3 - Boilerworks
« Reply #9 on: October 30, 2020, 12:08:05 AM »

In the interest of getting this sheet in the update, I will be making the changes listed:
-m27 RH b1 - D is an octave too high
-You didn't make all the changes you said you made...
-Removed all L.H. marks. Not only did they add clutter, but they're not really necessary to play the piece at all
-added the double barline
-made the straight 8ths play back properly in m19
-Made m32 LH 1st layer a dotted half note
-Made m28 LH 1st layer a half note
-Rearranged notes in m31 to properly show note length and avoid overlaps
I didn't include them since it is difficult to play these intervals simultaneously, and arpeggiate them does
Added both of these in. I moved m25 up an octave to make it more easily playable, and the 9th is actually really easy, since it's an octave+minor 2nd. Basically only a half step larger than an octave.

Saved and put in the dropbox folder. Tell me what you think about my changes.

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Re: Rubikium's Halloween Sheet: Luigi's Mansion 3 - Boilerworks
« Reply #10 on: October 30, 2020, 12:26:43 PM »

Looks good. I am alright with the changes made

-You didn't make all the changes you said you made...
I must have forgot about something when I edited the sheet. Sorry about that
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Re: Rubikium's Halloween Sheet: Luigi's Mansion 3 - Boilerworks
« Reply #11 on: October 30, 2020, 01:22:38 PM »

Alright, accepted
 

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