Piano Sheet Music?

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Re: Piano Sheet Music?

Post by Snow_Storm » Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:05 am

mprasil wrote:
Who the hell cares about them? Post that shit up on 'tube! It'd be pretty cool to hear it! I've already posted Wiosna, and I'll probably do the same for Andante, and eventually Painful History (I'll learn that one last).
True. I really need to stop gettin' in my feelings about what folks think and shit and fuck 'em if they do say shit. I might try to master about at least 90% of Painful HIstory in A Minor and upload my cover on YouTube in a few weeks.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Pdy10EIGhY

Did a cover of Breathleslly on the violin a few days ago. Ignore the title, I was just dicking around. This was actually just me sight reading the song while doing some improv. Personally, I think I did a rather good job, just that i need to work on a few spots here and there and work on timing and getting the correct pitch.

EvilDragon wrote:I'd definitely welcome piano+violin arrangements on Youtube!

I don't mind either. Like, if somebody wanna do a collab, I'm down, just let me get an preamp like an M-Box or Protools, some mics, and that is really it. Plus, we need somebody who know how to master tracks in a DAW. Kinda like what these guys with Cowboy Bebop's The Real Folk Blues.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTn0pT_ZxuA

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Re: Piano Sheet Music?

Post by Nicol Armarfi » Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:30 am

guest2 wrote:Hey what style would you all categorize Nocturne, Cloudland Swing, and Red Velvet as? Trying to find a station that has the same kind of sound. (Assuming Red Velvet is jazz, the sub-type.)
Red Velvet is the jazziest, but they were all intended to be jazz-y.

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Re: Piano Sheet Music?

Post by guest2 » Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:37 am

Nicol Armarfi wrote:
guest2 wrote:Hey what style would you all categorize Nocturne, Cloudland Swing, and Red Velvet as? Trying to find a station that has the same kind of sound. (Assuming Red Velvet is jazz, the sub-type.)
Red Velvet is the jazziest, but they were all intended to be jazz-y.
Any particular sub-genres? The only jazzes I'm familiar with are smooth jazz and "real" jazz (the old, crazy, upbeat one), and they don't seem to fall into either of those categories.
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Re: Piano Sheet Music?

Post by Elrood » Wed Feb 01, 2012 11:45 am

Opal wrote:I really would like sheet music for the final version of Parity
I'm also looking for the Final Vesion of Parity. (Piano)

I've been reading this thread but couldn't find it so far. Does anyone currently work on this or is there alrady a finished version somewhere else?

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Re: Piano Sheet Music?

Post by mprasil » Wed Feb 01, 2012 2:00 pm

Snow_Storm wrote:True. I really need to stop gettin' in my feelings about what folks think and shit and fuck 'em if they do say shit. I might try to master about at least 90% of Painful HIstory in A Minor and upload my cover on YouTube in a few weeks.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Pdy10EIGhY

Did a cover of Breathleslly on the violin a few days ago. Ignore the title, I was just dicking around. This was actually just me sight reading the song while doing some improv. Personally, I think I did a rather good job, just that i need to work on a few spots here and there and work on timing and getting the correct pitch.
Just checked it out, not too bad! Considering you were just sightreading. Can't wait to hear PH.

EvilDragon wrote:I'd definitely welcome piano+violin arrangements on Youtube!
Ahhhh okay, I guess I could make sheets for that. What songs?
Elrood wrote:I'm also looking for the Final Vesion of Parity. (Piano)

I've been reading this thread but couldn't find it so far. Does anyone currently work on this or is there alrady a finished version somewhere else?
I could make sheets for Parity, no problem. Mind you, it doesn't sound easy to play. It sounds like there are two voices in the right hand.
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Re: Piano Sheet Music?

Post by kedash » Wed Feb 01, 2012 6:16 pm

mprasil wrote:
Snow_Storm wrote:True. I really need to stop gettin' in my feelings about what folks think and shit and fuck 'em if they do say shit. I might try to master about at least 90% of Painful HIstory in A Minor and upload my cover on YouTube in a few weeks.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4Pdy10EIGhY

Did a cover of Breathleslly on the violin a few days ago. Ignore the title, I was just dicking around. This was actually just me sight reading the song while doing some improv. Personally, I think I did a rather good job, just that i need to work on a few spots here and there and work on timing and getting the correct pitch.
Just checked it out, not too bad! Considering you were just sightreading. Can't wait to hear PH.

EvilDragon wrote:I'd definitely welcome piano+violin arrangements on Youtube!
Ahhhh okay, I guess I could make sheets for that. What songs?
Elrood wrote:I'm also looking for the Final Vesion of Parity. (Piano)

I've been reading this thread but couldn't find it so far. Does anyone currently work on this or is there alrady a finished version somewhere else?
I could make sheets for Parity, no problem. Mind you, it doesn't sound easy to play. It sounds like there are two voices in the right hand.
And perhaps Cloudland Swing, maybe?

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Re: Piano Sheet Music?

Post by mprasil » Wed Feb 01, 2012 6:22 pm

kedash wrote:And perhaps Cloudland Swing, maybe?
Is that the one from Rin's cinematic? If so, yeah. That one sounds really easy.
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Re: Piano Sheet Music?

Post by Elrood » Wed Feb 01, 2012 7:04 pm

mprasil wrote:I could make sheets for Parity, no problem. Mind you, it doesn't sound easy to play. It sounds like there are two voices in the right hand.
That would be great! Yeah I know it really doesn't sound easy but for now that's my piano-goal. I'll start of with much more easier songs until I finally tackle on Parity. And yes I just started learning piano (with my uncle), something that is long overdue, but better late than never.

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Re: Piano Sheet Music?

Post by kedash » Wed Feb 01, 2012 7:05 pm

mprasil wrote:
kedash wrote:And perhaps Cloudland Swing, maybe?
Is that the one from Rin's cinematic? If so, yeah. That one sounds really easy.
Yes! I've been asking for weeks now, you are my absolute hero!

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Re: Piano Sheet Music?

Post by guest2 » Wed Feb 01, 2012 8:09 pm

This thread appears to suffer a distinct lack of Three Stars sheets....
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Re: Piano Sheet Music?

Post by Nicol Armarfi » Wed Feb 01, 2012 8:12 pm

Opal wrote:I really would like sheet music for the final version of Parity
Here ya go: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/57956891/parity.pdf

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Re: Piano Sheet Music?

Post by EvilDragon » Wed Feb 01, 2012 8:26 pm

Snow_Storm wrote:
EvilDragon wrote:I'd definitely welcome piano+violin arrangements on Youtube!
I don't mind either. Like, if somebody wanna do a collab, I'm down, just let me get an preamp like an M-Box or Protools, some mics, and that is really it. Plus, we need somebody who know how to master tracks in a DAW. Kinda like what these guys with Cowboy Bebop's The Real Folk Blues.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YTn0pT_ZxuA
No need for ProTools, try Reaper out. I use it regularly and it's amazingly compact and fast.

Mastering is... well, something you usually pay thousands of dollars. So don't be burdened by that. Getting the mix to sound right is the most important thing. Mastering is just make-up in the end when all the tracks are recorded. It's in a lot of cases completely unnecessary for amateur, hobbyist, and semi-pro recordings.

I could try mixing whatever comes my way and when I get some time. Send me FLACs (48k, 16-bit is fine) and I'll see what can be done. Here's one unfinished mix of mine for reference:

When Heaven Meets The Earth

A lot of people told me that it sounds pretty much finished. Well, in my mind, it is not :) It needs some more instruments to be recorded, like fretless bass and solo violin, and vocals, and also needs an actual acoustic guitar to be recorded. Sampled guitars are mostly still ways off - I used MusicLab RealGuitar (or FakeGuitar as I call it) here, but since then I got my hands on much better Orange Tree Samples stuff, so I need to try to swap the RG track with OTS Evolution Acoustic Guitar Steel, sometime.

Some other older stuff of mine:

Distortions Of Mind (tons of Jarre influences here)
Dream Of A Warrior (needs better strings)
Soothing Dream (needs more rubato, perhaps some twinkly stuff in the background like chimes, harp, etc.)
Dire Night (my worst mix ever I guess :D)

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Re: Piano Sheet Music?

Post by DeTrun » Wed Feb 01, 2012 9:29 pm

Animenz wrote: Since the Soundtrack was released, I thought I could make more sheets for all the piano players here. So here they are, I'm planning to do transcribe every (piano) track of the Soundtrack. I've made four sheets so far. Enjoy!

Also, I'm planning to upload a video on youtube, playing the entire Katawa Shoujo Soundtrack, as soon as all sheets are transcribed.
Happy playing! :D
Oh. This is too good. Can't wait! Thanks for the sheets!

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Re: Piano Sheet Music?

Post by Elrood » Wed Feb 01, 2012 10:32 pm

Nicol Armarfi wrote:
Opal wrote:I really would like sheet music for the final version of Parity
Here ya go: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/57956891/parity.pdf
Great! I can't wait to finally play my favorite song! Thank you!

Oh yeah, I also thank you mprasil since you wanted to do it too^^

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Re: Piano Sheet Music?

Post by mprasil » Wed Feb 01, 2012 11:57 pm

kedash wrote:Yes! I've been asking for weeks now, you are my absolute hero!
Haha no problem. Just REALLY listened to it for the first time. Now I see why you want the sheets for it!! The timing kind of sounds all over the place. Nothing I can't handle, though!
Elrood wrote:Oh yeah, I also thank you mprasil since you wanted to do it too^^
Ahah, well that's a load off! No problem. Although I would have probably transcribed it with the bass rhythm in the left hand, those sheets are probably more suitable for a beginner! Happy playing!
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