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Nintendo / Re: Ace Attorney
« on: September 01, 2017, 10:19:18 AM »
Wait until Spirit of Justice and you might get your ass kicked again ;)

Lol! I'll admit that I look forward to this ;D

Like I said before, make sure you buy the DLC episode!

Already have, glad to hear that it won't disappoint!

Archive / Re: [GBA] Golden Sun - "Fanfares Collection" by Onionleaf
« on: September 01, 2017, 09:43:14 AM »

Request / Re: [NDS] Ace Attorney - Multiple Songs
« on: August 27, 2017, 07:53:14 AM »
Miles Edgeworth ~ Great Revival

Sorry for bumping such an old thread, but just in case anyone checks this page I have one of these sheets completed:


I might need to tweak it a bit later on, but for now, here you are! :)


Nintendo / Re: Ace Attorney
« on: August 27, 2017, 05:34:33 AM »
I've almost completed Dual Destinies and can't seem to figure out if the games are becoming progressively easier and shorter, or if it's because I'm becoming a more seasoned attorney (hopefully it's the latter!) ::)

« on: August 27, 2017, 05:17:06 AM »

This might sound like a simple and obvious piece of advice, but I find that any parts of the body, especially the head, require guidelines (I was reluctant to use them at first but never looked back after seeing how much they help). You're sure to find some examples online for whatever style you had in mind. Anime style head proportions are generally all quite similar, beginning with a circle, followed by defining the cheeks and chin and adding a half-way line for the eyes. Once you feel comfortable drawing a head from the front, you can start practising drawing from other angles. Once you try this a dozen times, you'll be a pro. ;)

That is a beautiful orchestral arrangement for Don't Speak Your Name - it must've been an enormous amount of work, but definitely worth it!
I, too, would love to see a real orchestral performance of it some day. :)

Hi there, welcome, or should I say welcome back to NSM! You seem to already have some experience in making arrangements, however there are some guidelines that should be mentioned when it comes to submitting sheets to the site.

• Make sure your sheet follows the Formatting Guidelines.
• It helps to provide a Youtube link to the track in a second post in your submission thread:
• It is asked that arrangers submit sheets only when they are as close to completion as possible and that they match the site's standards. This saves a lot of time for the updaters when they come to check everyone's work. While your current sheet looks good, it will still have to be edited quite a bit, especially the left hand which is missing important notes and rhythms. The Personal Arrangements forum is the perfect place to make a new thread where you can share your draft sheets and ask for advice on how to improve them.

I hope this helps make sense of this wonderful NSM system we have here. :)

It would, wouldn't it? Except the original song itself doesn't make quite as much sense...

The chord's both dissonant and soft; I feel like it wouldn't sound very good in such a low register. I played around with including it in the right hand, but it felt too abrupt and inconsistent at times. I might test it out some more later, but I'm doubtful that it would work.

Oh of course, those are certainly valid points. :)

(...Using the door like an average muggle, no less.)


I was in a mood for spring cleaning.  ::)

This track is also known as "On That Night 3 Years Ago" - let me know if it's worth changing the title also.

I always visit your thread knowing that I'll be amazed at your arrangements - you seem to always take on a challenging piece and come back with something entirely unique. I really liked your most recent Final Fantasy battle theme, so much drama in just three pages!

Request / Re: [NDS] Pokémon Black 2/White 2 - "Rival theme"
« on: July 26, 2017, 11:02:44 AM »
I didn't get any further with this arrangement after sharing my wip MUS on this thread... and it looks like I've misplaced my original MUS file, oops.  :-\
Thus, having made 0% progress on this sheet, I have no objection to you accepting this request.

Personal Arrangement Threads / Re: Onion's Arrangements
« on: July 26, 2017, 10:49:54 AM »
It appears that two is my favourite number for arrangements. ::)

Fire Emblem:
Girl of the Plains - Lyn's Theme - [MUS] - [MUSX]

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials & Tribulations:
Detention Center ~ Jailer's Elegy - [MUS] - [MUSX]

Heey, I just completed this court case yesterday (it was magical!) :D

From a quick glance, the following thoughts came to mind:
• Wouldn't it make sense for the chords in the first measure to have the same dissonance as those in the following two measures?
• On the first beat of every measure beginning from m4 a chord can be heard - perhaps this part could be included in the LH?
• In m19, the 3rd and 4th beats in the RH: I can hear the chord repeated 4 times with the following rhythm: 16th - 8th - dotted 8th - 8th
• m25, the last two eight notes of the melody have the stems facing down, thus making it difficult to notice that this is the melody line. It should be possible to swap the stems around without the notes clashing.

That is all! *swoops her cloak and leaves the thread through the door. Normally.*

Enjoy ^^

I did enjoy this very much, thank you. The way you conveyed your own feeling and passion for this piece, through the music, was amazing.
The ebb and flow of the passages reminded me of ocean waves under a starlit sky. :)

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