So, I've been having some problems with finale lately. For some reason playback hasn't been working right, but luckily I arrange songs in musescore, so that's not too much of a problem. The real problem I'm having is one-measure systems. I've searched in every single spot on finale and I can't find a way to fix it. I have finale notepad 2012, which I know is an older version that doesn't have all the features of finale, but I'm pretty sure it should still have a way to fix one-measure systems. Does anyone know if that can be fixed in my version of finale? And if it can't, can someone who has the full version of finale help me out?
This is a game that I've been thinking about starting recently. Here's how it works: I will post a section of lyrics from a song everyday (unless for some reason I'm unable to access the website) and people, i.e. you the reader, can guess the song based on the lyrics. Everyone who guesses correctly will be acknowledged and be given an imaginary food item determined by me depending on my mood and what I'm hungry for. So now we start.
I guess I probably took the wrong direction. Well, I admit I might have missed a sign or two. I ran a light past your affection At Humiliation Avenue. Took a right turn at confusion. A left when I shoulda gone straight on through. I ran ahead with my assumptions. And we all know what that can do.
As the name implies, you can find my non-piano arrangements here. For now, all I have is the Yoshi's Island World Map Medley, but I will add more when I get to arranging more. I will give a midi and mp3 file for every song, but the mp3 sounds way better. If you would like a mus file, just ask and I'll make one, but I'm not going through the trouble if no one is going to use it.
https://youtu.be/so5E7Y6yVqc I've been waiting for this song to be on the site since I started getting sheet music from here. It's a bit too fast paced for me to figure it out myself, so I'd be extremely grateful if someone arranged this.
Here I will be putting my compositions. There will be a midi and an mp3 for each song. I'll only put the songs I made that are actually good, starting with these. Also, I will be putting up instrumental versions, unless the song is supposed to be piano. If anyone wants a piano version of a song, just ask. Three out of these four songs are for a game my cousin and I are coming up with ideas for. It's called After.