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Messages - Latios212

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I see, but we should still fix that visually. It looks like the A's can go in the same later to make octaves like the notes before. You'll also need to adjust the ties so they don't intersect the whole notes. Lemme know if you need help with that!

Looking good! A few things from me as I'm glancing quickly:

- What's going on with the extra eighth note flag in m. 30?
- Courtesy natural on the right hand F in measure 39

Feedback / Re: The Great NSM Audit
« on: June 19, 2018, 02:27:22 AM »
They're some really good replacements!!

(There were mostly challenge replacements, but also a couple of edit replacements where small adjustments were made to bring the sheets up to speed)

Glad we finally got this one finished :D

Piano Arrangements / Re: Fingerz' Arrangements (NEW Pokémon Quest)
« on: June 18, 2018, 04:44:51 AM »
Hey fingerz! Always a pleasure to see you pop back in (especially when you bring new sheets) ;D

Arrangements & Submission / Re: The Official Wind Waker Project
« on: June 17, 2018, 04:19:52 PM »
Really pushing for the end! Accepted:

01   Title - Static
22   Forsaken Fortress - Sebastian
23   Imprisonment - Sebastian
47   Get Orb - Sebastian
72   Gohdan - FireArrow

01   Sealed Hyrule Castle - Sebastian
39   Hero of the Wind - Sebastian
56   Ending - Sebastian
58   Epilogue - Sebastian

Home-Made Compositions / Re: Dekkadeci's Compositions
« on: June 16, 2018, 08:56:53 PM »
Wow, this sounds really neat - nice job! (I think I really like quartal harmony...)

Arrangements & Submission / Re: The Official Wind Waker Project
« on: June 15, 2018, 11:48:44 PM »
Moving closer to wrapping this up! Also accepted within the past few days:

03   The Legendary Hero - Latios212

04   Phantom Ganon - Spitllama
14   Encounter with Tetra - Olimar12345
17   Princess Zelda's Theme - RustyJustice
20   Fairy Spring - RustyJustice

Site News / Re: Update, Friday 15th of June 2018
« on: June 15, 2018, 09:32:31 PM »
Times sure do change. It's been quite a run and I'm happy to have had the opportunity to put out many good updates with you over the past few years. I really appreciate you having been one of the main proponents for quality control, and the site is so much better off because of that. Thank you for all the hard work you've put into the site. I'll do my best to keep advancing the site in everyone's best interest!

Take care!

Arrangements & Submission / Re: The Official Wind Waker Project
« on: June 13, 2018, 11:26:01 PM »
Well nobody responded so I did it anyway. Here is the link to my arrangement on MuseScore:

Done in the style of Ravel's 'Bolero'. This was a tough one, much of the song is driven by percussion. I kept the sixteenth notes constant in the right hand throughout so they are more forward than they are in the soundtrack, and made sure to keep the left hand beat underneath the melody whenever possible. The three difficult sections will be where the hands are playing right on top of each other (I played through it slowly is doable, but it's tricky), the sections where the left thumb will have to play a couple of sixteenth notes while the left pinky holds down a note, and the section where the left hand will have to cross over the right to play that very high melody. You will hear it in the arrangement.

Thoughts on the arrangement are welcome.

Looks quite nice! Before we get into converting files, I do have a suggestion to make regarding the left hand - separate the bass and melody into separate layers, and consider using articulations or grace notes instead of 32nd notes or tuplets. Here's what the left hand of measure 3 would look like:

This way, you can see the different voices and the performer would better know how to articulate each. You'd also avoid awkward tying of notes in one layer based on the rhythm of the other layer.

You're free to post whatever format stuff you want and ask for help on your personal arrangement thread - your space, you do whatever you want there. We just need files to be converted before you submit your arrangements officially through the NSM Panel.

I dislike how it is currently because the melody is forced to beam upwards, as well as have staccatos awkwardly on top of the beams, even though there's nothing blocking it from pointing downwards.

Another option would be to have them all in layer 1 and then unbeam the different voice?
Yeah, that's what I suggested.

I asked because I wasn't quite sure what you meant by the small sounding intervals. Anyway, in m. 39-40 I think the E#-F dyad flies uncomfortably high off the staff and would be more difficult to read with ledger lines, so I'd like to keep the 8va there. The end section I'd be fine reverting it back to normal.

Also, do you think the notes in m. 52 should be spelled differently? It looks pretty weird to me and I'm not sure how that would be best written.

Last chord in m. 18 is also a Bm7 and needs F# instead of Gb. (Though that looks a bit weird coming in from a Gb...)
I'd also recommend removing the courtesy sharps in 19.

I see what you're going for with the layers in 21-29 when trying to differentiate the two voices, but I think the two layers just look silly because you have staccatos and beams flipped the wrong way when there's nothing preventing them from being in the normal direction. I would suggest writing it in one layer and simply breaking the beams where you want to draw a distinction between the two RH parts.

Yeah, I did the best I could :P I find that a lot of gen 3 songs in particular cram a whole lot more into the track than it appears at surface level - here I kept preserving the melody and waltz-y left hand pattern a priority above the other supporting voices.

Which 8va are you referring to? M. 39-40, the one at the end, or both?

Yep you're right, I'll add in the dynamics and tempo changes in a little bit.

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