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Now, the more important part...
Congratulations to our two runner-ups, Latias121 and Yug_Gal, having tied on my quiz for the fourth time in a row, each with a score of 9/25!


...Is it just me, or does something feel a little off here...?

And I don't know what you're talking about - everything looks okay to me.

Music / Re: Arrangement Contest #9 Brainstorming
« on: Today at 02:45:35 AM »
What about something like this:

Each member is given the name of a game and/or a famous VGM composer and has to rewrite a piece in that particular game/composer's style. Scoring would take into account how well the arranger recreates the game/composer's style.

I just can't get enough of Off the Hook.

Splatoon 2 [SWITCH]
"Ebb and Flow" MUS - MUSX - MIDI - PDF - Original - NEW!!

And why do I suddenly get the feeling of deja vu?

EDIT: I just found out that the MIDI file does not work. I'll have to see if I can fix that later.

And thank you Yug Guy for the sheet! ^^
No, thank you for playing it! You did a fantastic job!

Files updated with the above suggestions.

Aw man, I was totally working on this one! Regardless, it's still a pretty good sheet. Though, I have a couple suggestions:
  • I think a few places like m.19 actually have Bb's instead of B naturals
  • I don't think the parts like m.10-17 are meant to be melodic, but are meant to be more like rap or spoken word. Perhaps it might work better to have it as a separate "instrument" like I have it in Color Pulse? Just a suggestion.

Off-Topic / Re: The Post Your Thoughts of the Moment Thread 2
« on: August 12, 2017, 06:28:56 PM »

Well have some more then:


At the very least, we could separate it the way Smash does - Yoshi & Wario get their own series, but the rest of the Mario series is all under the same umbrella.

Tbh, at some point we really need to figure out what counts as a "series", or even what we want to accomplish by giving a franchise a spot on the sidebar in the first place. I think once we figure that out, we can make some progress on this topic. Otherwise, we're just making arbitrary distinctions.

Off-Topic / Re: The Post Your Thoughts of the Moment Thread 2
« on: August 12, 2017, 05:58:23 PM »
You: Bepis

Me, an intellectual:

Forum Games / Re: The CTRL-V Game!
« on: August 11, 2017, 02:37:34 AM »

Nintendo / Re: Splatoon
« on: August 08, 2017, 12:28:21 AM »
Is this a time-sensitive thing? Because if it is, my answer is no.
That, and I haven't even tried Ranked Battle yet, let alone League Battle

Regarding those dyads in m25-38, I think the best option there would be to move most of them up one chord tone. For example, in m25-26, make the dyads B-D instead of G-B. This way you can get more notes of the chord instead of just the root and 3rd. Plus, it has a more full sound and is a lot easier to play instead of constantly rolling large intervals.
I've changed all the G-B dyads to B-D dyads. The rest of the dyads are close enough that I didn't think I needed to mess around with them at all. Files updated.

I believe there was a communication error on my part. Sorry! M. 17-24 doesn't need the LH. I didn't clarify that. My bad.
Originally, I was talking about M. 25-38 (the dyads); however, I believe the right hand can play the dyads and melody since they don't exceed a tenth interval. Most of the time, tenths are fine in sheets on NSM, especially "minor tenths" (M. 25, for example). You could put rolls in, but anyone playing them with hands small enough that they are unable to reach them would roll them anyway.
Alright, thanks for letting me know.

I just want to mention that a tenth between a white and a black key is significantly more difficult than a tenth between two white keys--and a ninth between two white keys is still very difficult if there's a black key in the middle. Feel free to leave it as it is now, but I would imagine that, more often than not, the pianist would have to roll some of these chords. If you'd prefer that over using the left hand, then the notation you have right now is fine.
Yeah, I prefer the way I have it now. But thanks for the suggestion(s)!

Files updated

    • While it's most certainly already implied, a "con pedale" marking wouldn't hurt. Not required, though.
    I know, but it's probably fine just the way it is right now.

    • I don't imagine that you would need the left hand to play those whole notes in m17-23, so you could probably revert those ones to how you had it originally.
    • One last thought: the "L.H." notation is a little vague, since it's hard to tell whether the left hand should be playing just the bottom note, or the whole chord, etc. I wonder if it would be helpful to insert brackets in between the notes of the chords to specify which notes specifically should be played by the L.H, because playing the whole chord with the L.H. every time isn't very convenient. At the same time, though, the notes are pretty close together, and that might end up messy-looking, and the pianist would probably be able to figure out how they would best play it by themselves. Just an idea for consideration, but nothing necessary.
    I get it, but I've already gone through and changed it at an updater's request, and I really don't want to have to change it back again. Updaters, can we please get a consensus on what needs to be done here?

    • Very nitpicky, but the tempo is closer to 104 BPM than 105 (it's about a 104.3, actually).
    • Another small nitpick: the "mp" marking in m40 is touching the bar line; I think it'd look a little cleaner if you moved it to the right a bit.
    Updated on my own personal copy - I'll update the OP with these changes once we get everything else settled.

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