oh god how did this get here I am not good with computer
Started by Zeta, May 15, 2022, 06:02:13 AM
Quote- m50 RH (lower voice): The first note here should be C (natural) instead of E.
Quote- When I said both the ridardandos should be rit., didn't mean exactly that - you can keep the molto and poco. I just meant they should both be rit. (i.e. molto rit. & poco rit. instead of molto ritardando & poco rit.). I just didn't see a reason not to use the abbreviation.
Quote- You had this fit rather nicely on 3 pages before, but when you adjusted the system spacing on Page 2, the last system on Page 3 got shifted down. I would adjust the spacing on Page 3 to make everything fit in 3 pages like before.
Quote- Text can be moved inside the margins by using the Text Tool > right click on handle > Edit Frame Attributes > set V value to 0 (under Alignment and Positioning). For righthand text (i.e. odd page numbers), the Right Page Alignment and Positioning V value should also be set to 0.
Quote- I would still strongly suggest writing those beat 1.5 dotted quarter notes as tied quarter notes, I think it's easier to read it that way since it's more consistent with standard 3/4 beat groupings. There are times where it's appropriate to interchange such divisions (like in this sheet (m66+) for example). I don't think this is one of those cases, it's just a single syncopated rhythm.
Quote- For the guitar voice, even if it does play on offbeats, the LH pattern is already playing the downbeats so I still think it could work. The guitar melody also frequently plays downbeats too, like in m37-38 and m57-60
QuoteRegarding the arranger name, the e is missing the accent in your sheet.
QuoteLooks better. The top system of each page is still a bit too close to the text above it, however. You have enough room to move the systems a bit closer together
Quote from: PokeMaestro on July 01, 2022, 01:09:58 PMThat is alright.
Quote from: PokeMaestro on July 01, 2022, 01:09:58 PMOn page 2 I do, on the last one not really because every time when I put the systems a bit down (with the staff tool), the last system of the page disappears. So I moved the headline further up.
Quote-m11: Maybe you could move the G from the R.H. down an octave to the L.H.? This voicing is very crunchy with the minor second between the F# and the G, and makes the F# from the melody less present. You could also write the F# in a separate layer to show that this is the melody voice. The same thing happens in m63. Also, the wavy line should is currently clashing with the the flat of the Bb.
Quote-m12: The natural above the mordent should be centered above the mordent.
Quote-m20: The L.H. note should be stemmed upwards.
Quote-m61: The R.H. chord here should be rolled as well.
Quote[...] Also, with the glissando tool, you can add a wavy line from the L.H. note to the top R.H. note. If you move the top of the glissando to the left so the line is vertical, it will look and play back like a wavy line for a rolled chord. This is so you don't need the grace note before the L.H. D.
Quote from: PokeMaestro on October 25, 2022, 03:41:41 AMAre you sure that the F-sharp belongs to the melody? I always thought, when I heard the soundtrack, the highest note of the chord does. I think the players have to decide for themselves which note should be stressed.
Quote from: PokeMaestro on October 25, 2022, 03:41:41 AMThere is an arpeggio already. Or what do you mean by "rolled"?
Quote from: PokeMaestro on October 25, 2022, 03:41:41 AMI already had this but I prefer the way with a grace note in L. H. because it looks better than a long black arpeggio.
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