Sole developer for the poetry-prose hybrid visual novel, Kill The Din. Environment artist for The Royal Trap, and Sickness. Composer for myself. Writer for the blog Visual Novel Criticism. The rumours are true. Not that one.

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faulk
faulk Apr 23 2013 says:

yay. :D

a waltz! I love waltzes. I think this is a good effort here. ;-)

not a bad soundfont either.

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faulk
faulk Apr 23 2013 says:

I'm curious, what program did you sequence it in? I might try and get back into music making. also, did you use a midi keyboard or did you sequence it by hand? I respect your abilities. :D

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JigsawPieces Apr 24 2013 says:

Thanks :)

I notated it by hand in Guitar Pro 5. I wrote part of it on my keyboard, but I rarely record with it since it's usually just as quick (and more organised for me) to notate it. Then I imported the midi file into Cubase and applied the nice virtual instruments.

Actually, I wrote the percussion parts (minus the timpani) in Cubase too, kind of spur of the moment. Cubase, FL, etc. all have crap ways of notating, in my opinion. I prefer being able to see the score with the staffs.

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faulk
faulk Apr 24 2013 replied:

I see what you mean. When I tried my hand at midi sequencing, I used Noteworthy Composer. That lets you enter the notes on a staff. There was something very cumbersome about it, though. Maybe Guitar Pro makes it easier. I'll have to do some research.

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Who knows what this is for. Even I don't know. I don't! Okay. I do. But you don't! Nobody else does. Okay. Well, a few do. But most people don't. So shut up! What else... that's all.

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