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Author Topic: Swordomar's Submissions *Newest: "A Dancer's Dance" - Final Fantasy III*  (Read 2285 times)

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Work in Progress:
[PS2] - Final Fantasy X-2 - "Eternity ~Memories of Lightwaves~" - Noriko Matsueda and Takahito Eguchi (.mus) (.mid)

Accepted:
[NDS] - Final Fantasy III - "Doga and Unei Theme" - Nobuo Uematsu (.mus) (.mid)

[Xbox] - Halo 2 - "Unforgotten" - Martin O'Donnell & Michael Salvatori (.mus) (.mid)

[NDS] - Final Fantasy III - "A Dancer's Dance" - Nobuo Uematsu (.mus) (.mid)

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Re: Swordomar's Submissions *Newest: "Doga and Unei Theme" - FFIII*
« Reply #1 on: March 05, 2009, 04:13:44 PM »

hey, welcome to the site.

a suggestion i have is to include a midi file with the music so people like myself can preview things faster.
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Re: Swordomar's Submissions *Newest: "Doga and Unei Theme" - FFIII*
« Reply #2 on: June 06, 2009, 06:27:07 PM »

Thanks. I added the midi files for the songs, as well as updating the sheets to the new site URL.  

Also, though it takes a couple extra seconds, you can open the .mus files in finale reader (its free- link in my sig).  Though the midis may be faster and more convenient, I prefer the .mus because you can get a better feel for the difficulty of the piece when actually looking at the sheets. Just my opinion though  ::)
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Re: Swordomar's Submissions *Newest: "Doga and Unei Theme" - FFIII*
« Reply #3 on: June 10, 2009, 03:51:30 PM »

In Doga and Unei Theme...
Measure 32 has a doubled E natural in both Treble and Bass Clef.
Numbers were weird...I'm assuming which fingers to use...but still look...out of place.
Sounds accurate...weird how it ends on C Major triad...and the whole piece is basically in F. But oh wellz. Not your fault, ha.
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Re: Swordomar's Submissions *Newest: "Doga and Unei Theme" - FFIII*
« Reply #4 on: June 10, 2009, 09:15:35 PM »

I feel I am obligated to say this:

WOOOO FF3 MUSIC
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Re: Swordomar's Submissions *Newest: "Doga and Unei Theme" - FFIII*
« Reply #5 on: June 10, 2009, 10:06:00 PM »

Well, you should of said something.
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Re: Swordomar's Submissions *Newest: "Doga and Unei Theme" - FFIII*
« Reply #6 on: July 13, 2009, 05:42:36 PM »

In Doga and Unei Theme...
Measure 32 has a doubled E natural in both Treble and Bass Clef.
Numbers were weird...I'm assuming which fingers to use...but still look...out of place.
Sounds accurate...weird how it ends on C Major triad...and the whole piece is basically in F. But oh wellz. Not your fault, ha.

*fixed the doubled E's. thanks for spotting that.

The numbers are fingering... I figured they were somewhat useful.  Why do they look odd? I could change them if you have a better idea for placement or something. i noticed the ending triad being different than the rest of the piece too, but I left it because my only goal here was to copy the piece exactly as I heard it, not arrange it.


WOOOO FF3 MUSIC

Indeed. I noticed a lack of it and decided to do my favorite piece from the game, this theme.  I'm considering doing "Noah's Lute" next, but maybe an arrangement of it since it's too short to submit as a direct transcription. We'll see.

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Re: Swordomar's Submissions *Newest: "Unforgotten" - Halo 2*
« Reply #7 on: July 21, 2009, 10:56:23 PM »

New song up. It'd be greatly appreciated if you want to give some feedback. When putting the copyright, should I leave it as the developers: Bungie, or should I change to the publishers: Microsoft? Also, how do you format ritardando? I used the expression tool and clicked at the beginning of the measure I wanted to start slowing down, but when I play through it, it doesnt slow down?

I really like this piece. It's pretty easy yet sounds good and has a lot of feeling.  

Anyway, more to come. Prolly more FFIII, but we'll see.

~swordomar
« Last Edit: July 21, 2009, 11:03:18 PM by Swordomar »
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Re: Swordomar's Submissions *Newest: "Unforgotten" - Halo 2*
« Reply #8 on: July 22, 2009, 09:00:10 PM »

Great Halo arrangement!  Its good to see someone finally working on it.  Halo's soundtrack is definately underated.  Keep up the good work!  ;)
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Great Halo arrangement!  Its good to see someone finally working on it.  Halo's soundtrack is definately underated.  Keep up the good work!  ;)

Thanks. I think for the time being I'm going to focus on getting a lot of the FFIII sheets done since there were absolutely none, hence my newest sheet. It's short and kinda boring, but I've been busy etc. so ya. Anyway, I really like the kind of atmospheric themes in a lot of the songs on the halo soundtracks so I'll prolly do some more of those after I fill out some of the FFIII section.
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