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Request / Re: [PC] Pokémon Uranium - Battle! Vs. Wild Nuclear Pokémon
« on: September 15, 2016, 12:29:40 AM »
I'm sorry if I did something wrong. It's a bit confusing to me how strict everything is here now. When I first registered to this forum
in 2007, everything was very loosy-goosey here. Maybe a bit too much. But now I'm surprised how much this have changed.

Anyways, is there somebody who'd like to take my request? I'd try it myself but I'm a pretty bad arranger and this song
sure seems difficult...

Request / Re: [PC] Pokémon Uranium - Battle! Vs. Wild Nuclear Pokémon
« on: September 08, 2016, 10:06:10 PM »
But this is still a request for a video game, right? That's why I posted it here. I actually don't care if it goes on the main site.
I think it's a great game and it should be treated like any other game!

Request / [PC] Pokémon Uranium - Battle! Vs. Wild Nuclear Pokémon
« on: September 08, 2016, 01:09:30 AM »
Pokémon Uranium is the fangame everybody's talking about right now. As a faithful Pokémon player, I'm also playing it, and the music
is awesome! I especially like the Battle theme against a Wild Nuclear Pokémon. I have the Youtube video link here, and in the description of the video
there's a link to the MP3:

I hope someone is interested in this!

Thank you very much!

Woah, that was some lecture in music, and I think I didn't understand everything. What is an anacrusis?
Now that you almost completely changed it, is it still my arrangement?

Sorry, I can't reply right away. Funny that some people still remember me. Unfortunately, I haven't that much time to contribute here,
although I'd like to.

Thank you Latios for the corrections. Is it good now?

Help! / Submission error
« on: July 31, 2016, 08:06:15 PM »
I wanted submit a revision of an arrangement I made but everytime I try I get this:

"The following error or errors occurred while processing your submission:
A MIDI file was not uploaded."

But I selected a midi in the panel! What should I do now?

Thank you for your help!

Music / Re: Is finale worth it?
« on: February 28, 2015, 02:31:28 AM »
*cough*...just download it on an underground website...*cough*

I apologise! ;D Finale is a horribly expensive program. But it's very nice to have all features! NotePad is very limited, I never
was very happy with it, and I guess that you wouldn't be, too. I have the full 2014 version.

And the point of this thread is.......

The point of this thread is that Synthesia is just wonderful! I know the developer and sometimes I help him finding bugs.
You really should contribute to him because this program is one of the best I ever saw! :D It costs $29. Might sound pricey for
a little program, but it's really worth the money. Synthesia is great to observe and examine the musical structure of a song.

Piano Arrangements / Re: Korados' New Arrangements
« on: September 08, 2014, 09:09:32 PM »
Are you sure? I'm confused, I really think that I heard the chord correctly. I slowed it down but it sounds the same to me.

Piano Arrangements / Re: Korados' New Arrangements
« on: September 07, 2014, 03:13:30 PM »
It definitely isn't easy to transcribe. Olimar, your try seems to be so... consonant. The it's great but I think the pitch in the right hand isn't correct.

The main melody sound a bit like it's played by an Ondes Martenot. Do you know this instrument?

Those voices aren't always singing a definite pitch (they tend to be on the flat side of things), so I did the best I could to translate it to piano.

Just for the fun, but I think it's hardly hearable on piano:

Piano Arrangements / Re: Korados' New Arrangements
« on: September 07, 2014, 01:47:45 AM »
Oh... Sorry for that. Enharmonic equivalent... It's funny that it's called "Enharmonische Verwechselung" on German because Verwechselung can mean both "switch" or "confusion"... :)

What do you think about the piece now? Would you say it's almost ready to submit?

Piano Arrangements / Re: Korados' New Arrangements
« on: September 06, 2014, 07:06:15 PM »
Don, the 8va really is necessary, the ostinato is in this octave. And I find that the grace note is clearing it up. Thank you for the G#, you are right.

I arranged it to the end. At the end the main melody gets some kind of downward scale as if the notes fall into the abyss. I interpreted them with 32nds.
The main melody is off-tempo and I put it one beat forward. But it's not good to follow the rhythm exactly because it would make the piece very hard to play.

I really have pitch problems. Could you help me with the pitch in the left hand of m. 12 and 13, please?

Piano Arrangements / Re: Korados' New Arrangements
« on: September 05, 2014, 10:57:11 PM »
Thank you for clearing the time signature! This looks much less messy. I pasted the ostinato through the whole piece so I don't run out and can always hear it when arranging the left hand.

The right hand must be 8va. I transformed the arpeggio into a grace note, this sounds much better. I'm still not sure about the two notes in the left hand which
come before it. I believe it's a E-Bb tritone but I can't catch the pitch right. The main melody is actually easier because it's just a chromatic scale.

Here, I worked it out:

Piano Arrangements / Re: Korados' New Arrangements
« on: September 05, 2014, 07:10:49 PM »
Ok, now it should be right! I thought that the .musx format is backwards compatible just like the files of Microsoft Office 2013. I will keep that in mind.

Yeah... The Pikmin games... But in my opinion, Pikmin 3 was very disappointing. The timelimit was back and in the main story, the White and Purple Pikmin were missing.
It appeared to me as if Nintendo forgot to make Pikmin 3 all the time and then suddenly remembered it and just threw out what they had so far.

Piano Arrangements / Re: Korados' New Arrangements
« on: September 05, 2014, 05:05:17 PM »
Ok, I'm sorry... I didn't know you switched to Dropboox. I changed it now. :) Thank you for your welcome!
Interesting we had the same idea, Olimar. Some days ago, I decided to play Pikmin 2 again and finish all the way through.
Actually, I never completely finished it and when I visited the Submerged Castle the first time, I was so fascinated by the music
that I tried to arrange it. The piece is so different from the rest of the soundtrack, in my opinion. And although it sounds so easy,
I really have problems to properly arrange it. Maybe I just rusted a bit. :P I haven't arranged ever since.

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