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Started by Jake_Luigi, October 05, 2021, 02:50:32 PM
QuoteI typically see tempo text before the metronome marking
Quotem4 I think it would look better if the 8va encompassed all of beat 4 instead of just the last 3 notes, but if you disagree you can leave it like that
Quotem6/14 RH the sixteenth note groups weren't beamed together, but it automatically does that in newer finale versions when clicking on the inner rests
Quotem11-12 RH I think you could spice things up by adding accents here where applicable
Quotem12 RH beat 4.5 I think the Ab sounds like an Am12 LH beat 2 it feels like the second C either isn't as pronounced or isn't there at all; also it sounds like beats 4.25 and 4.5 should be swapped (so it goes G > En > C instead of En > G > C)
Quotem14 RH is there a reason why the C#/F# dyad was written as an eighth note when sixteenth notes were used everywhere else for that kind of figure? It sounds like the note lengths are the same to me
Quotem15 beat 3 you can make the tied sixteenth/eighth notes a dotted eighth note if you'd like. Also, I think Db would be better than C# on beat 1 since these look like sus2 chords. Maybe Cb/Db/Gb could be used instead of B/C#/F# on beat 2.5 too, but idk about that one
Quotem17 it sounds like the gliss starts on beat 4.25 instead of 4.5
Quotem18 I think it might be easier for the RH to take the Eb's instead of the LHm18/19 RH it sounds like there are extra G's playing at the same time as the low G's in the LH, as well as one on beat 4.75 of m18m19 since the triplets are going up chromatically, I think it would be better to write the flats as sharps (with the exception of the Eb) so that they're all written as thirds
Quote from: Jake_Luigi on October 12, 2021, 05:44:17 PMGlissando: Appears as a straight line.
Quote from: Zeila on October 05, 2021, 11:06:16 PMm18/19 RH it sounds like there are extra G's playing at the same time as the low G's in the LH, as well as one on beat 4.75 of m18
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Quote from: Latios212 on October 19, 2021, 05:43:14 PMQuote from: Zeila on October 05, 2021, 11:06:16 PMm18/19 RH it sounds like there are extra G's playing at the same time as the low G's in the LH, as well as one on beat 4.75 of m18I think you have the voices a bit confused here. The left hand shouldn't be playing octaves - you have 4 notes at a time when this is a NES track with up to 3 voices. The lower octaves shouldn't be present when the left hand is playing the upper G's while the RH is playing dyads. Also, the last G 16th note in m. 18 is supposed to be one octave higher, in the right hand.
QuoteVery nice, looks very good already! Notes are all correct!
Quote-m4: Maybe you could cross-staff the first G in the R.H. (beat 2.25) to the L.H., for better playability: the R.H. has a lot of big jumps, which is quite tricky to play at this speed and may sound disconnected because the hand has to move positions a lot. By moving the G to the L.H., the R.H. just has to move once.
Quote-m7: I think the 3rd and 4th sixteenth notes in the R.H. should be small notes too right? The first two are louder than the other six.-m11: Maybe you could already change the last Bn (beat 4.75) to a Cb?-m12: I hear just a staccato 8th note C on beat 2 of the L.H. (instead of two 16ths)-m17: Maybe it makes sense to change the ending note of the glissando to Eb in m18 instead of the G: if you glissando to the G, you don't have time to move your hand back to the position to play the Eb, but you do if you gliss to the Eb (or rather, the D before the Eb).
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