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Submissions / Re: [PC] La-Mulana (2005) - "Mr. Explorer" by FugalOmen
« on: July 11, 2018, 04:03:09 AM »
Technical issues on my end should be resolved now.

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Submissions / Re: [PC] La-Mulana (2005) - "Mr. Explorer" by FugalOmen
« on: July 07, 2018, 10:34:26 AM »
Ugh, Notepad apparently shifted several staccatos during the transposition process. I had to delete the staccatos and re-insert them.

Anyway, technical issues are on the way to being fixed, so I think I'll update the sheet to be in B Minor before my C drive is potentially wiped (I'm not sure if it needs to be yet). The sheet files themselves are being hosted on an external drive.

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Submissions / Re: [PC] La-Mulana (2005) - "Mr. Explorer" by FugalOmen
« on: July 02, 2018, 06:18:56 PM »
Thanks. I'm currently having a few minor technical difficulties on my end, so it may be a few days before I can update it. Just thought I'd let you know.

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Submissions / Re: [PC] La-Mulana (2005) - "Mr. Explorer" by FugalOmen
« on: June 30, 2018, 11:23:07 AM »
The files should now be updated again, with the lower notes in measures 3-4 divided between the two hands, and the D in measure 59 moved up an octave.

Somebody else will have to transpose it into B Minor in a fuller version. I tried myself, but changing the key signature transposes the notes incorrectly, up or down.

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Submissions / Re: [PC] La-Mulana (2005) - "Mr. Explorer" by FugalOmen
« on: June 29, 2018, 08:07:30 PM »
Quote from: FugalOmen
I have put the melody in measures 3-4 in the second voice of the right hand, and should update it soon.

Should be updated now!

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Submissions / Re: [PC] La-Mulana (2005) - "Mr. Explorer" by FugalOmen
« on: June 29, 2018, 08:05:58 PM »
Hi nacho2420,

Thanks for the suggestions. Truth is, the original freeware version of the game comes with MIDI files of the soundtrack which I transcripted from, and the MIDI file for "Mr. Explorer" is in B-Flat Minor and has the 16th rest and 16th note you suggested I replace with a single 8th note, as well as the staccatos in measures 9 and so forth, so I'm reluctant to change those.

As for the high F-Sharp in measure 59, should I move the bottom D up an octave? The pianist can then place his thumb on the lower F-Sharp and it might be easier to make the stretch.

I have put the melody in measures 3-4 in the second voice of the right hand, and should update it soon.

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Submissions / Re: [PC] La-Mulana (2005) - "Mr. Explorer" by FugalOmen
« on: June 06, 2018, 12:59:49 PM »
Here is the link to the original audio file:

https://drive.google.com/open?id=1G_cO51b2Lr3t1im8Ld5Qg6PMzDC3XxAZ

This was written in Finale NotePad, so the formatting is bad and needs to be edited in a fuller version.

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Would you mind if I messed with it a bit (assuming that you're using notepad or importing/exporting)?

Hey, thanks for the feedback. Go ahead and improve it. I am indeed using Notepad, so the formatting can't be edited except in a fuller version.

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Should be in C Major now.

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One thing I noticed is that the video you posted is in C major rather than the Bb major you have. Is there a reason?

Yeah, I has having problems telling if it was in C or B-Flat Major. If it really is in C Major, I'll fix it soon.

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Oops, forgot the video for the music.


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The chords in the right hand are my own invention, to make the higher notes sound a bit fuller (Psst, I'm also not very good at distinguishing chords through ear). Since this was made with Finale Notepad, it may likely need tweaking in a fuller version.

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Should be updated now with the suggestions made by Olimar12345. Thanks!

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And another update to do the same thing to the whole notes in the right hand.

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I have updated the score again to shorten the length of the bass notes from whole notes to dotted half notes tied to quavers. This gives the pianist a bit more time to jump to and from B-Flat and A, plus I heard short pauses in the official piece.

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