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Author Topic: [NES] Super Mario Bros. 2 - "Character Select" (Replacement) by Olimar12345  (Read 1106 times)

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Submission Information:

Series: Super Mario
Game: Super Mario Bros. 2
Console: Nintendo Entertainment System
Title: Character Select
Instrumentation Solo Piano
Arranger: Olimar12345


Replacement Information:

Links to Existing Sheet: MUS | MIDI | PDF
Replacement Type: Challenge (new arranger)

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« Last Edit: June 25, 2015, 02:37:51 AM by Olimar12345 »
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*Question: Why do you have the bpm set with a half note instead of quarter?
You could put it in 2/2.
*Measure 20-end: It could use some slurs throughout here to make it a little more legato like in the original.....of course this is optional.
*The release date for Super Mario Bros. 2 was July 10, 1987.
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*Question: Why do you have the bpm set with a half note instead of quarter?
You could put it in 2/2.

This is how you would normally see things written in this style.


*Measure 20-end: It could use some slurs throughout here to make it a little more legato like in the original.....of course this is optional.

It only sounds slurred between the odd and even numbered eighth notes, and that's because of the soundfont used. Better as it is, imo.


The release date for Super Mario Bros. 2 was July 10, 1987.

Whoops, I used the date on my cart, which is incorrect (for the game's release). However, July 10, 1987 is not correct either, that's the release date for doki doki panic. Super Mario Bros. 2 was released on October 9, 1988, according to MarioWiki.

The date is fixed now.
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This is how you would normally see things written in this style.
Ok. I always see 2/2 and a half note together but I guess I learn something new every day :P

It only sounds slurred between the odd and even numbered eighth notes, and that's because of the soundfont used. Better as it is, imo.
Ok. I see

That's funny. On wiki it says 1987 :P
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That's funny. On wiki it says 1987 :P

That's because on Wikipedia Super Mario Bros. 2 and Doki Doki Panic share the same page.
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Oh.....I see. I'll look on Mario Wiki from now on
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Isn't the left margin a little too big?
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The left margin is always a little bigger than the right. It's always been like this ???
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Yes, of course, but isn't it a little too much? Well it's ok, if you prefer it like that I don't really have a reason to tell you otherwise~~
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This submission has been accepted by DonValentino.

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