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Author Topic: Zeila's Miscellaneous Arrangements (New: Gundam and RWBY)  (Read 2852 times)

Zeila

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Re: Zeila's Miscellaneous Arrangements (New: "Don't speak her name!")
« Reply #15 on: August 20, 2017, 07:54:04 AM »

It did take a lot of work, and thank you!
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Re: Zeila's Miscellaneous Arrangements (New: Gundam and RWBY)
« Reply #16 on: August 25, 2018, 08:21:40 AM »

It's been over a year since I actually completed two sheets (that aren't vgm). I really need to finish my incomplete ones, but here you go!

Mobile Suit Gundam UC
"DAGUZA" - Solo Piano
MIDI | MUS | MUSX | PDF | Original

This was done by request and I know nothing about the anime. It is kind of hard to discern the rhythm at times, but I tried

RWBY
"When Weiss Was Ten" - Solo Piano
MIDI | MUS | MUSX | PDF | Original

This is basically a piano version of "The Path to Isolation". The soundtrack is pretty good and I'll likely do more arrangements/transcriptions in the future
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Re: Zeila's Miscellaneous Arrangements (New: Gundam and RWBY)
« Reply #17 on: August 25, 2018, 09:48:51 AM »

Yay RWBY stuff!  I've been wanting to do some RWBY arrangements as well but I'm too busy at the moment.  I'll definitely have a look at this later when I'm not on my phone.

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Re: Zeila's Miscellaneous Arrangements (New: Gundam and RWBY)
« Reply #18 on: August 26, 2018, 10:26:04 AM »

I managed to have a look at this and it looks really good!  I don't have my keyboard at the moment so I didn't check notes but I from going through the pdf and listening nothing sticks out to me as wrong.  The only thing I did think is that maybe you could put the clef change in the left hand back to bar 15?  It means less ledger lines overall and I think most pianists are better at reading high bass clef in the left hand than low treble. 

Nice work!
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