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Music / Re:
« on: August 08, 2018, 12:20:46 PM »
Ah, okay! So it's written as a G# instead of an A(b) to reflect it being the fifth, in this example. I'm not sure about the rest, though. I'll consider whether to keep it like this or make it look less cluttered, and perhaps ask someone IRL.

Music / Re: Transcription of Cackletta's Theme
« on: August 06, 2018, 12:02:05 PM »
:/ I guess it was a mistake? Then why hasn't it been fixed? I feel like there might be a reason for it instead... What do you, reader, think? Was it a mistake, or might there be some reason for this notation?

As the guy who fixed up the arrangement, the only thing that was omitted in the piano version is an eight note A natural in the second voice first beat of measure 10. Everything else is 100% accurate and should work fine on organ.
What do you think? Did you did the G#'s and such?

Huh, I was done, I thought, but then I noticed there are lots of unnecessary sharps in the sheet. I could fix them by pressing up and then down again, but I wonder why they are there at all? After all, this sheet was fixed up by FireArrow, apparently. Then why are there for example, G#'s in the sheet? If you'd simply put an A, it's the same tone.

I probably got the answer.
Edit: Yes, it worked! There was another note missing, though: at the very end, during the chord, there's an Ab in the pedal.

I've got an issue now, though. Does anyone here use MuseScore, or know where else I could ask? I can't copy a voice, and I can't delete a voice.

I was mistaken, the xml file isn't available. There's a mus file, but I don't know what that's for, MuseScore 2 doesn't open it. I'll use the midi, then, hopefully that will work.
Edit: Nope, that become a mess... :( I should've checked before.
Edit 2: I will use the piano pdf, for now.

Site News / Re: NinSheetMusic Discord Server
« on: July 03, 2018, 08:10:37 PM »
But... there was a Discord server before. Although I do recall seeing an announcement about it.

Music / Re: Favourite Soundtrack per platform
« on: June 08, 2018, 11:02:19 AM »
Thanks for the new reply. :)

I listened to a lot of video game music in the past 9 days, as I've been working on my final assignment for my current study.
Someone said that this soundtrack wouldn't mean anything if I hadn't played the game. He wasn't entirely correct: I still enjoyed it. However, I do think it's a lot better if you know the context. The composition was very good, but I felt like I was missing something in order to be able to fully enjoy the music. But even stand-alone, it's a good soundtrack!
Xbox/360/One: Halo, Skyrim, Star Wars Battlefront II (the old one)
Halo: This was unexpectedly chill. From a shooter, I had expected more intense music. This was more ambient, though, and it was great!
Skyrim: It started off very exciting, and there are some other really cool songs too. I love the songs with vocals. Are they actually lyrics, in another language? Most other tracks were more relaxed. There was a good amount of variety in the type of music, and the overall quality of this soundtrack was very good! Which I had expected, to be honest, from a game like this.
Wii: Super Mario Galaxy (the first one)
I featured this myself in my own list. I did however listen through it again now. It's still amazing. ;)

Music / Re: Favourite Soundtrack per platform
« on: May 21, 2018, 11:19:32 AM »
NES: Super Mario Bros
An amazing soundtrack. It's so simple and clear, and yet in Bowser's Castle's theme you sometimes don't know what's going on. :P I don't know what to say on this. I've heard this soundtrack so many times I definitely can't give you a first impression. But oh, is it good.
SNES: Super Metroid
Pretty good! It certainly is atmospheric, like Metroid. Not anything too special, though, I thought. Especially not when compared to the original Metroid soundtrack, which was spectacular.
N64: Ocarina
This soundtrack is very good. It's also got quite a special feeling to me, even though I've never played the game. The Hyrule Field theme is amazing. It's so long, too, and features a lot of different themes! I also really like the Potion Shop theme. And some other themes are remarkably eerie!
I hadn't heard the staff roll theme before. :)
Gamecube: Wind Waker
Another great soundtrack. What really got to me is how many tracks convey the location they're used in. When you hear the Departure theme, it actually sounds like you're on a ship. I automatically start moving my head from left to right and back. :P You can also clearly hear that it's not a cruise ship you're on! My reaction to the Great Sea theme: "Oooooh!!! I don't think I need to explain why this is so great. ;) But I can try. :P It really expresses the vastness of the ocean, and the sense of adventure. :) And of course the beginning arpeggios picture the waves of the sea!" And then the Dragon Roost Island theme really feels mountainous! Perhaps because of the instrumentation?
I was also particularly impressed by Molgera's theme. That's so cool! And 'Farewell Hyrule King' was very interesting as well.
Wii: Super Paper Mario (Floro Caverns/Sammer's Kingdom) Regardless of opinion on the game, I always though Brawl had some really good tracks too.
I hadn't ever heard this soundtrack before, and it was much better than I expected! The music sounds a lot like The Thousand Year Door, but it's certainly still very unique. I was surprised to see that both games did have different composers!
GBA: Superstar Saga (Hoohoo Village ftw)
I've actually been playing Superstar Saga again. It's my second favourite GBA game, and also in my top 3 GBA soundtracks (not counting remakes/ports; my favourite GBA game is a remake/port, namely Yoshi's Island).
Cackletta's Theme is clearly my favourite. I'm hoping to play it on organ some day, but I've only played organ twice in my life, so I'll need some more experience first, I reckon. ;) Other favourites are Beanbean Castle, Prince Peasley's theme, Gwarhar Lagoon, and Teehee Valley (panflute is always nice ;)). I also feel like E. Gadd's theme perfectly 'captures the spirit' of professor E. Gadd. Bowser's Castle's theme is unique when compared to other interpretations throughout the Mario series, and I really like that. Especially because it does still get the atmosphere right. Oh, and I should mention the credits sequence. It's probably the most comforting credits theme I know. And that's really welcome, after such a journey. :) It's not extremely emotional or intense or upbeat like credits themes for other games, and that's nice, as that's not what you need at this point. :) What you need is a theme to lay back to, and relax.

As the guy who fixed up the arrangement, the only thing that was omitted in the piano version is an eight note A natural in the second voice first beat of measure 10. Everything else is 100% accurate and should work fine on organ.
Thanks for the notice!
I know it should work fine on organ, but I think it'd be nice to transcribe it for organ, using 3 bars instead of 2.
But I could probably do that fairly easily, with this knowledge and the xml file being available on ninsheetmusic. :)

Not even any replies, huh? Hm. :/

Alternatively, perhaps a midi or xml or other file that I could use to more easily convert back to organ?

Music / Transcription of Cackletta's Theme
« on: April 22, 2018, 06:38:14 PM »
Hi, it's me again!
I'd like to try play Cackletta's theme from Mario & Luigi Superstar Saga, as I really like it. I could perhaps transcribe it myself, but I figured that because it is quite popular someone might already have it notated. :) I Googled, but could only find notations for piano, with two staves instead of three.

Music / Re: Favourite Soundtrack per platform
« on: February 19, 2018, 03:04:16 PM »
Wow, this is a lot to do in one post!
GB/GBC: Link's Awakening
I didn't enjoy this. Most themes are either very short or very strange. It's been a while, but as far as I can see or recall I wasn't impressed by anything in this soundtrack. I do really like Kozue Ishikawa's work in Wario Land 1, II and 3.
GBA: Mother 3
This was the most I have ever been impressed by any soundtrack. And I've heard quite a few! I know the GBA, and I've heard a lot of soundtrack for it, some of better quality than others. This is just crazy. The quality of all tracks is outstanding and I unfortunately cannot find an English expression to express the creativity expressed in this soundtrack. My first moment of total astonishment was at the drum solo. Unfortunately I haven't been able to find it back; I'd like to hear it again. Then, later, classical music. I was able to find that back. Such an amazing medley. Later on, a CONCERT. ON GBA. After 5 hours, the soundtrack still kept surprising me again and again. I need to listen to it again sometime, I think. The only timestamp I wrote down is 6:02:20. The song that follows there... ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
A truly amazing experience!
DS: Radiant Historia
My expectations got raised quite high when I saw this was composed by Yoko Shimomura. And while, compared to the previous soundtrack, I wasn't remarkably impressed at this, I did enjoy it! Quite beautiful.
3DS: Bravely Default
This was a very interesting soundtrack! Beyond that Prayer I noted down as being especially so. The entire soundtrack was beautiful, and quite refreshing! It really made me feel good. It's also very nice how intense and relaxing tunes are mixed throughout the soundtrack, and both are executed well.
PS1: Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
A grand soundtrack! I liked it, it was an interesting experience. I liked how orchestral it sounds, and I also really like the use of vocals and environmental sounds. This wasn't a very relaxing soundtrack, but it probably fits the game, judging it by its cover. ;) I particularly liked Lost Painting.
PS3: NieR
This was very interesting. I read up on the soundtrack on Wikipedia, and read about the made-up languages, based on different languages in use now.
PS4: NieR: Automata
A great work! Very impressive. The video I listened of the soundtrack wasn't too great, in my opinion... but the soundtrack itself is amazing! The idea used in NieR was expanded upon in a great way. :) I enjoyed all 3 sections of the soundtrack: the instrumental tracks, the tracks with vocals, and the 8-bit tracks.

Next is swimswamit, but they picked a lot of soundtracks other people had listed before, so we'll see how long that'll take. :)

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