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Author Topic: [3DS] Mario & Luigi: Dream Team - "Dreamy Mushrise Winds" by E. Gadd Industries & ThatHiddenCharacte  (Read 276 times)

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Series: Super Mario
Game: Mario & Luigi: Dream Team
Console: Nintendo 3DS
Title: Dreamy Mushrise Winds
Instrumentation Solo Piano
Arrangers: E. Gadd Industries & ThatHiddenCharacter
« Last Edit: September 24, 2017, 08:31:36 PM by Latios212 »
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I kinda forgot about the existence of this sheet. Oops. Here it is, though! S/o to ThatHiddenCharacter for agreeing to do this with me!
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I am pleasantly surprised by how good this is. M&L songs can be a bit  tricky sometimes.
Anyway, before notes, I have a few things:
pg2 has wayyy to much white space at the bottom. Either fit in another system or move the ones you have apart enough to fill in the gap.
Secondly, let's talk about note length. Pedal doesn't give you a free pass to make notes shorter than they should be. Take m1, for example. The LH is held for much longer than a quarter, but you only have a quarter written. Go through the whole piece, rechecking the bassline to make sure the lengths are consistent with the original.
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Fixed the errors! Thank you!
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Wow, this is nice!

Measures 42-43 are a bit demanding, I would eliminate the lower note in each of the dyads from m. 42 beat 3 to m. 43 beat 1 to eliminate the large intervals.

M. 16 also has some wrongly flipped LH notes.
« Last Edit: September 02, 2017, 05:33:08 PM by Latios212 »
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Thanks, Latios! Files have been updated!
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This is a bit nitpicky, but does the tempo have to be specific enough to be 148 instead of 150 bpm?
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This is a bit nitpicky, but does the tempo have to be specific enough to be 148 instead of 150 bpm?
There's a huge difference between 148 BPM and 150 BPM. And that difference is 2 BPM. The difference may be unnoticeable to the human brain, but it's enough that it is necessary to have it.
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This is a bit nitpicky, but does the tempo have to be specific enough to be 148 instead of 150 bpm?

...Why not?
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I don't know about you guys, but here I've been told to round up if it's that close. Doesn't really matter, though, so go ahead and do whatever.
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I'll add it with the next round of changes, since I'll be away from my PC for a while.
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I'll add it with the next round of changes, since I'll be away from my PC for a while.
I wouldn't change it. Again, the difference isn't perceivably noticeable, but it's still there. I say stick with 148.
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There's absolutely no reason to round from an even number to another even number. Leave it as is.
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There's absolutely no reason to round from an even number to another even number. Leave it as is.

I doubt the composer had any reason to make the tempo that specific. I'd recommend re-counting the BPM from the original source via Tempo Tapper.
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I doubt the composer had any reason to make the tempo that specific. I'd recommend re-counting the BPM from the original source via Tempo Tapper.
That's what we did. But we were off by one. The tempo should be 147 BPM. I just tested it again.
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