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 on: June 24, 2018, 02:01:38 PM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by AwesomeYears

How the bloody hell has no-one arranged this yet? The only one I could find on the internet was in the wrong key!
Btw, I know they remade the song in the Final Fantasy X Remake, but I've used this version as the source material.

General thoughts and concerns:
  • Remove the Pno. in the MUS file please, I dreaded reinstalling Finale Notepad 2012 for this exact reason.
  • Also just realised that Finale annihilated the bar numbers when exporting from Musescore to Finale, thanks a bunch.
  • Bar 25 has what is essentially an Eb chord but written in D# because I thought it would look too funky in Eb with the C# line going on, though I wrote it in Eb at bar 39 when I dropped the Synth lines from the right hand. Should I change the bar 25 to Eb chord notes?
  • Bar 51 has a French Horn playing an octave lower from the trumpet's line it's imitating, but I wrote it in the same octave for wrist's sake. Thoughts?
  • In Bar 61 to 68, I made the left hand play full "1 3 5 8" chords, which I think isn't exactly existent in the song. I think it gives the piece more harmony, accuracy over activity?

 on: June 24, 2018, 01:53:24 PM 
Started by mikey - Last post by BrainyLucario
I was so close

 on: June 24, 2018, 01:47:23 PM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by Zeta
Submission Information:

Series: Final Fantasy
Game: Final Fantasy X
Console: PlayStation 2
Title: Battle Theme
Instrumentation Solo Piano
Arranger: AwesomeYears

 on: June 24, 2018, 08:46:41 AM 
Started by Onionleaf - Last post by Onionleaf
Juggling full-time work and studies is no fun. :( At least I passed my exam in May and could do a bit of arranging since then:

The Legend of Zelda - Skyward Sword:
"Leaping from the Clouds" [MUS] [MUSX] [Original]
"Sealed Grounds" [MUS] [MUSX] [Original]

Fire Emblem: Awakening:
"We'd best prepare for combat, just to be safe." [MUS] [MUSX] [Original]
(I didn't like the formatting of the sheet I found online, so I created my own version)

Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations:
"Très Bien" [MUS] [MUSX] [Original]

 on: June 24, 2018, 08:18:54 AM 
Started by mikey - Last post by BlackDragonSlayer
if you want me to remove it i can

but the game idea was brewing in my head for a while and i could not help it

 on: June 24, 2018, 07:59:44 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by Onionleaf

Again, sorry for the lack of response. Here's the link to the previous submission:

To answer the query about the mordents, yes it was due to Finale playback that I have included them instead of grace notes. At the moment though, the playback sounds off only in m 6.

 on: June 24, 2018, 07:56:38 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by Zeta
Submission Information:

Series: Ace Attorney
Game: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
Console: Nintendo DS
Title: Marvin Grossberg ~ Old Age, Regret, Retribution
Instrumentation Solo Piano
Arranger: Onionleaf

 on: June 24, 2018, 07:21:33 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by Onionleaf

Sorry for not getting back sooner with the changes (quoted below). Olimar's link was broken when I checked it today... whatever else needs to be changed, please let me know and I'll fix it asap.

Final notes (I think):

-Even in 6/8, you can still beam 10-13 in 3/4 without a time change. That's not unusual to see in pieces like this. Personally I think it would be easier to read that way. Up to you.
-Measures 15 and 17 have a harmony of G minor, so the A#'s need to be Bb's.
-Measures 18-19 have a harmony of E half diminished, so the A#'s need to be Bb's.
-The second layer in 10-13 doesn't capture the harmonic changes from the original as well as it could, and I think this is because of the inversions you used. I would recommend that you rewrite it to maintain the lowest voice as the bass as it was in the original. The B in 11 should also be a C, which is also contributing to this.
-In adition to the above bullet, the LH in that section is also a contributor to that issue. Methinks that should be much higher, like where the bells would naturally sound. They also contain more notes than just the root and fifth (check out my example below).
-I think the dynamics could use some tweaking. Piano seams more appropriate for the outer two sections. The section at 10 could come up some more since it is so different.

Below is a version of this sheet with the suggested changes listed above. Use it as you please:

 on: June 24, 2018, 07:17:18 AM 
Started by Zeta - Last post by Zeta
Submission Information:

Series: Ace Attorney
Game: Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney: Trials and Tribulations
Console: Nintendo DS
Title: Detention Center ~ Elegy of the Detained
Instrumentation Solo Piano
Arranger: Onionleaf

 on: June 24, 2018, 06:57:19 AM 
Started by E. Gadd Industries - Last post by Bloop
@Mastersuperfan I actually did put in the chimes, although a bit sneaky: they're in m. 43-52.

Also, the flow and lack of downbeat in my piece was intended. I wanted it to just flow like a waterfall, as a big inspiration of this piece was Isle of the Dead and the wavy sound of that piece. Because something has complex time signatures, it doesn't have to be rhythmically easy of clear to listen to: take Stravinsky's Rite of Spring as example.

As for the mixed time signatures @EGadd: composers use these so they won't have to change time signatures every time. The way I interpret them is: until the next time signature change, these bars contain 5/8, 7/8, and 6/8 bars.
A compound time signature is a time signature that has dotted notes as beats, like 6/8, 9/8, 12/16, etc.

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