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[SNES] LiveALive - Multiple Songs

Started by LunarPiano13, May 04, 2024, 10:19:42 PM

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Fernman

Here is:

Captain Square
https://musescore.com/user/45030287/scores/17345860
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Cry A Live
https://musescore.com/user/45030287/scores/17346445
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I had to adjust this one to make it playable, though I didn't vet everything. You tell me what you think so I have a second set of eyes on it. Since this song is so deep, I made various repeats with different parts of the song.

I have yet to look at the rest, but feel free to leave any feedback or message me directly on Musescore.

LunarPiano13

#2
Captain Square is spot on! Your take on Cry A Live is interesting; splitting the different bass lines and harmonies is a good idea. Instead of making the piece complicated/ advanced, you can make it as easy or difficult as skill allows. I really enjoy your transcriptions!

I'm surprised Live A Live music doesn't get more love with how good the OST is (okay, I may be bias with how much I love Shimomura's compositions).

Thank you for what you created so far, I greatly appreciate it! I actually caved in for the musescore subscription for them. Admittedly, I have been thinking about doing it for a while though.

Fernman

#3
Here is:

The Bird Flies in the Sky, The Fish Swims in the River

https://musescore.com/user/45030287/scores/17647678
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This one I may have gotten carried away with. Most of the first 8 measures repeat exactly, so to keep it interesting I have to use that high pitch Kono instrument. I shortened some of the intervals for those with an octave hand span.  The song didn't feel right stopping after 21 measures, so I gave it another whirl by switching the LH and RH parts.
I lowered the Kono instrument in part B because an octave higher those notes would get annoying practicing and playing.