this ones from smb1 on the Nes game console, I arranged it and decored it a bit for the sake of music box playback) Enjoy!
From The SNES Game.
Ennio Morricone: Gabriel's Oboe (did this one quick for a fellow Music Box Maniac, Enjoy!)
cool songs ty for the hallow knight one.
Thanks for checking them out Ponyz
same but its nice to have you here. been keepin to ourselves mostly with all the hackers n stuff.
same plus people who dont know me? I pretty much dont humor or interact with now for obvious reasons. I made a tiktok for that and if I want anyone to have it, I would let them know. I generally do not trust people here and suggest you dont either unless you know them in real life? Otherwise. Its best to keep to yourself. The hackers promised to not troll us if we do. SO you can do whatever you all want. I dont have time for anything but music here. <3
ill see you in the game later tho Ponyz you know we love the TINY guild! <3
Man i remember the GBA commercial with that kingdom hearts song simple and clean in it, just like it was yesterday. EOD coming soon to gw2! You, Ben and the guildies in crow and tiny must be hyped!
How do you do that? like enhance the song to be so much more elaborate than it normally is? (if you dont mind my asking)
hey gw2 home slice, The way i do that is if the midi track seems simple enough and a rather basic melody, I use a tool called Starbound Composer, I load the midi file up 2 (sometimes even 3) times in the program. (the same song file loaded 2 times in 2 seperate tracks now on my screen) then i edit each track. For the top track i transpose it 12 semitones (or 1 octave) up and for the second track i leave it where it is OR transpose it DOWN 12 semitones depends on what sounds best, Lastly to give the sort of echo note effect I place a Z1/4 or z1/2 at the start of the top track this gives it that "music box sound" where notes come in 2 octaves rather than 1 seperated by a short rest between them. As a result what you get is that "musicboxed" sound for your melody! Hope it helps out bud, Happy creating.
Also after those edit i liked to merge the 2 tracks into one and if i am using it in gw2 i add "major qualifier" to reduce the number of accents in the song. This is an important step as our in game harp has just 3 octaves and it has NO SUPPORT for accented notes other than c' so you want to keep this in mind for converting it to Ahk for guild wars 2 playback. I just composed a song as an example for you here https://musicboxmaniacs.com/explore/melody/pythagoras-one-step-farther-than-two-steps-back_92703/ in this case i used a 1/4 rest on the top track of the 2 tracks and raised the top track 12 semitones from where i composed it. Youll notice how right after a note of the melody hits it is followed by its next octave counterpart a note exactly 12 semitones or 1 octave away from the one that proceeded it. THIS is the "music box effect" your ear hears but cannot quite make out how it is done. Thats the best i can describe it. Hope that helps clarify things perhaps ill make a video tutorial on that. Its something Ben showed me how to do long ago.
thanks man i tried to make an ahk from some midi but its harder than it looks. lol
holy shit with this Py lol https://youtu.be/3PEe_VEiYeM
Pythagoras - The Soft Segway Music Box is very pretty! well done!
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