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Author Topic: [DELETED] [NDS] Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney - "Troupe Gramarye" by mastersuperfan  (Read 192 times)

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Series: Ace Attorney
Game: Apollo Justice: Ace Attorney
Console: Nintendo DS
Title: Troupe Gramarye
Instrumentation Solo Piano
Arranger: mastersuperfan
« Last Edit: July 27, 2017, 05:37:12 PM by mastersuperfan »
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something something not enough AA sheets on site something

Sporadic key changes are kind of a mess here, unsure whether to notate them out or not
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there's also a huge difference in quality between 2000 songs and 2010 songs
The difference between 2000 songs and 2010 songs is 10 songs.

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

Eyyy, fellow Ace Attorney fan! Thanks for looking at my sheet! ^.^

In response to some of your comments:

• Wouldn't it make sense for the chords in the first measure to have the same dissonance as those in the following two measures?

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

• On the first beat of every measure beginning from m4 a chord can be heard - perhaps this part could be included in the LH?

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.

• 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

Added! (I originally thought that was only the drumbeat but upon a closer listening it seems that you are indeed correct.)

• 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.

I don't think there's a way around this; I've had to do this before in a previous sheet. Anyone who plays this sheet would likely recognize that the lower eighths are the melody there and adjust their voicing accordingly. If you happen to know of a better solution, though, then by all means I'd like to hear it!

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

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

*giggles*
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How in the world did you manage to get six files in the OP
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Woah

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WHAT

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EDIT: I just tried replacing the files. It doesn't appear to have worked...
« Last Edit: July 27, 2017, 05:37:33 PM by mastersuperfan »
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