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Messages - Th3Gavst3r

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I just took a quick listen and here's what I noticed
  • You're missing a harmony to the melody in m. 1-13, 17, 25, 57-72
  • Would be nice to have the melody decrescendo in places like m. 1-13
  • Chords in m 4-6 and similar places come in later than you have written
  • Chimes missing m. 17-33 and similar places. Seems like they'd fit nicely into Piano I's LH
  • The octave gliss & 32nd notes in m. 53-55 would be incredibly hard to play, I'd recommend simplifying these to one pitch with accents or forte
  • For that matter, the 32nd notes in general might work better as grace notes
  • I see you were trying to indicate a loop at m. 73 in an earlier post. I have no idea how you'd pull it off in MuseScore, but I know it's possible in Finale to make something like a "D.C. second time." I don't want to try messing around with formatting while you're still changing things in MuseScore on your end, but if you need help getting the final sheet to work just say so and it'll be fixed in a jiffy :)
Of course, I definitely haven't noticed everything and the updaters always have final say on what needs work. So listen to them hehe

The best way to avoid this would be to buy Finale hehe
But in the off chance you don't want to dump cash on that, you can try using one of the the All Tempo Markings and Expressions templates on the NSM Site Resources. At least, you could for a single piano arrangement... There'd normally be templates for duets and two piano arrangements on the Formatting Guidelines, but it looks like all of the Dropbox links died :(

That said, here's a modified Two Piano Template based on what I normally use. It should work... decently with your arrangement. What'll probably work best to get you started is to
  • Convert your MuseScore sheets to Notepad using XML
  • In Notepad, select the entire sheet and copy it
  • Paste everything into a formatted template
No matter what, you'll almost always have to do some cleaning after converting from MuseScore. The Nearly All Special Formatting file on the Site Resources will let you copy-paste a lot of the notation which Notepad doesn't normally have (including measures with clef changes etc). If you run into something you can't fix yourself, you can always ask for help on the Formatting Help thread. Since this is a submission thread, hopefully some folks can help you clean up your formatting right here.

Also, never forget you can grab a free trial of Finale 2014, Finale 25, or PrintMusic if you need them. Between all the versions out there, I'm pretty sure you can get several months of unrestricted free trials (ymmv).

Submissions / Re: [SNES] F-Zero - "Big Blue" (Replacement) by Th3Gavst3r
« on: September 28, 2017, 09:36:24 PM »
I like your Rock Groove idea a lot, definitely using that!
Also changed the rhythms and did take out those 4ths from the RH in measures 8 & 12. Should be a lot easier to make that jump now and they sounded a little muddy anyway hehe

Submissions / Re: [SNES] F-Zero - "Big Blue" (Replacement) by Th3Gavst3r
« on: September 28, 2017, 01:41:36 AM »

Good points, I've made those changes!

I've had a Balloon Fight replacement for a while now. Might be a good time to share :P

[GC] Super Smash Bros. Melee

Balloon Fight

Off-Topic / Re: The Birthday Topic
« on: September 14, 2017, 05:46:05 AM »
Thanks for the birthday wishes everybody! :D

Off-Topic / Re: The Birthday Topic
« on: September 13, 2017, 06:20:13 PM »
Clear skies for my birthday ;D

Archive / Re: [MUL] Owlboy - "End Credits" by Th3Gavst3r
« on: September 03, 2017, 03:26:55 PM »

Bass separated, courtesy included, D.C. changed :D

Thanks so much for reading over this msf! I used a new template when I started this sheet and apparently it messed up way more than I thought ^^'
In any case, I've addressed all the formatting things and removed the first G from Piano I's pickup, since Piano II plays it anyway.
Also edited a lot of the dynamics, hopefully they're better now.

I'm glad you noticed the changes Seb, forgot to write an update post heh...

Unfortunately with that 8va, everything is pretty far off the bottom of a treble staff so you'd still need an 8vb if you swapped clefs. Between the two, the bass clef with 8va definitely looks better.

As for the difficulty, I do think this piece would be easier to play than it looks at first, mostly because the LH could spend the bulk of the song in an octave span. I did simplify a few large jumps though, it would've been hard to play a couple of those eighth notes :)

[NDS] Pokemon DPPt

Victory! (Wild Pokémon)

A hefty spellcheck would be greatly appreciated :)

Site News / Re: Update, Sunday 23rd of April 2017
« on: May 10, 2017, 06:20:21 PM »
I have an itching feeling Turtles in Time was recommended thanks to The Consouls.

But hey, what do I know

It wasn't, but thank you for introducing me to these guys. :D

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