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  • Updating again

    February 2nd, 2013 Posted in New Stuff, News, Sheet Music

    Because it’s been over a year now…

    I made a New Years Resolution to update more this year and I intend to follow through with it! My goal is 10 new sheets a month and a promise of at least 100 new sheets this year. Not off to the best start missing January, but I intend to fix that! More February updates.


    Every month there will be a poll on the side of the site. This poll will dictate the theme of sheet music for the following month. I left a poll running all last year and Animal Crossing won the vote, so that’s what this month will mostly consist of. Future polls will try to avoid biased results though, as most people who find this site came for Animal Crossing sheet music to begin with!

    The site will be undergoing a few changes in design and structure. The old navigation structure will change, so some links may not work for a bit. I’d like to arrange music from other consoles, movies, series, etc. Not to mention the growing indie scene! Organizing sheets by Nintendo consoles just doesn’t seem like the best way to go about things anymore.

    So anyway, starting the month with something simple: The main theme to Pac-Land.

    Enjoy, and see you all tomorrow for the next update!

    A Request and Nostalgia

    May 16th, 2011 Posted in Sheet Music

    Long time no update.

    I’ve arranged an old request back when the Nintegrity forums were running. Folsense from Professor Layton and the Diabolical Box arranged for violin and piano, but the piano can be played on its own since it basically has the melody line as well.

    Also watching my brother play old video games the other day, I decided to arrange the Stage theme from TwinBee for nostalgia’s sake.

    Looking to the poll on the left, it seems a lot of people are still looking for Super Mario Galaxy 2 sheet music. I suppose I’ll get on that as well. Like I’ve said in the past, I don’t forget about requests, but some take a while to get to.

    Anyway, enjoy the sheet music.

    100 sheets and new site design!

    February 17th, 2011 Posted in Sheet Music

    And now the official release of the 100th sheet:
    Tales of Symphonia – Revival.

    Like the new design? Layout wise it’s not too different from before, but quite a few changes were made with the page structure, color scheme, and graphics. I’m really happy with the new Ninty Fresh logo. Been wanting it to look like that for a while. Also, poll to the left.

    This doesn’t mean I get to kick back and relax now. I’m eager to get some other projects started and continue transcribing, of course. Here’s to the next 100 sheets!


    Oh and PS:  Tell your friends. From what I’ve seen around the Net, a lot of people have requested sheet music for Revival from Tales of Symphonia. Now they can finally go ahead and play it.

    City Folk stuff

    September 30th, 2010 Posted in Sheet Music

    Hey there. It’s been a month, I know. Just letting you guys know I added some Animal Crossing City Folk sheet music. The game really doesn’t have much new music from the old ones so I just might go ahead and transcribe everything from it. There seems to be quite a large Animal Crossing fanbase that loves the music. Gotta please the fans.
    I also hope the next Animal Crossing, the one for Nintendo 3DS I would assume, offers a bit more music-wise. There’s already one tune I’m waiting on. K.K. Slider always gives hints for what’s to come in the next game. There’s a tune without a name you can request from him, something he plays when you make a typo or request something not on his list of tunes, that I find beautiful, and like the case with Stale Cupcakes, the lack of an official name is the only thing preventing me from arranging it. Well, and the fact that no one’s uploaded it to Youtube yet. I suppose I’ll have to wait. (Animal Crossing fans might know what I’m talking about.)

    Anyway, happy playing.

    First August update…

    August 30th, 2010 Posted in Sheet Music

    At the end of August!

    Yeah, I got off track. Been trying to find a job these days. You’d think it’d be easy with all the students going back to school and everything. In anycase, I won’t be continuing the daily updates, but I’ll at least try to get updates every week. That I know I can do.

    So anyway, newest sheet music is from StarCraft II! My brother bought the game at launch and one afternoon he just let the menu music play. I have a guilty pleasure for John Williams-esque music so I didn’t waste time going to transcribe it (though I did waste a fair amount of time with leaving the sheet on my computer). For now, this is only part of the main theme. (Link) The piano part starts at around 5:10 and I included the rest of the section which ends at 6:07. I didn’t include a cadence so it ends quite abruptly. You’ll have to be creative with that. And thanks to LurkingInShadowsBlog in the Youtube comments for breaking up the section names.

    Anyway, I may have not been updating much lately, but others have.

    One of the Affiliates, wazkatango, went and arranged ALL of the music from Kirby’s Block Ball. So if that’s not a good incentive to join the GMA forums, I don’t know what is.

    Also, Riulyn’s RPG sheet music has been updating more lately. Be sure to check that out. New stuff from Tales of Symphonia among others.

    And Ninsheetmusic has been updating with quite bit of stuff! They’ve also been cracking down on the quality of the sheet music. Very nice to see a shift in mentality to quality over quantity.

    Happy playing.

    Incase you didn't notice

    July 13th, 2010 Posted in Sheet Music

    I’ve been updating daily. This is my way of making up for the lack of updates from either school or whatever else. So, if you’ll look to the left, you’ll notice new sheet music from Trauma Team, Tengen Tetris, Tales of Symphonia, Animal Crossing, and Baten Kaitos Origin.

    I really want to get to the 100th sheet fast. I have something special in store for that one. 😉

    So check back here daily. I’m on a roll. Alternatively, you can also follow me on Twitter, where I post updates as I make them.

    Happy playing.

    Trauma Team and Month Updates

    July 9th, 2010 Posted in New Stuff, Sheet Music

    Hey there.

    Power was out at my house for a while. That and Summer School has kept me from updating these days. Hopefully there won’t be anything else keeping me from updating! I really don’t like going long periods without updates…

    That being said, I’ve decided to go about updates differently. Instead of the past batch updates where there’d be 3 or more sheets posted at a time, updates will now generally be posted one sheet at a time. By no means does this mean less sheet music; it means I’ll be posting sheets as they’re finished. That means you guys get the sheets faster. Well, that’s the plan anyway. The “Newest Sheet Music” to the left will indicate all the sheets posted in the current month.

    The first sheet for July was the request: Trauma Team – Rosalia’s GUILT. Most of it was for piano anyway. Oh, and just to clarify, I don’t finish the requests in any particular order. I do whatever requests I feel like doing at the time so that I don’t get a headache. Practically all of them get started. It just depends on my mood which ones get completed first.

    Until next update.

    Super Mario Galaxy 2

    May 24th, 2010 Posted in Sheet Music

    Hello again after the very long hiatus. College is nearly done for me. Updates should be becoming more frequent. Soon enough…

    Super Mario Galaxy 2 just came out (yesterday was it?) and the music is awesome. I’ve sadly not had the opportunity to actually play the game yet , but I’ve been listening to the tracks. So far  I’ve transcribed World Map 3 since I believe it’s the only solo piano piece. I could be wrong. If there are more, they will be transcribed as well.

    And for those of you who’ve requested music, I have not forgotten about you! Still working on Professor Layton, two Trauma Center sheets, and some more from Animal Crossing.

    For now, enjoy this very small update.

    Second wave of Animal Crossing!

    January 20th, 2010 Posted in Sheet Music

    More Animal Crossing sheet music! Does it stop here? Who knows. Maybe they’ll be a third wave, maybe there won’t.

    From both the Gamecube and Wild World versions I finally arranged some background music. I chose these hours specifically because they were either memorable or just sounded nice on piano. My favorite background tune was definitely 2 AM from Animal Crossing Wild World. It sounds a bit like something Erik Satie would write. Pretty random for it to play at that time of the night though.

    The two K.K. tunes I transcribed are K.K. Lullaby and K.K. Etude. K.K. Lullaby sounds so much nicer in the K.K. Slider version. Needless to say I was disappointed when I finally got the aircheck for my house. And K.K. Slider’s version of K.K. Etude is actually one of the few pieces that are easier to play than the aircheck version. I’d learn it myself, but to be honest, I don’t like the piece very much. Sounds like he was trying to imitate Mozart and if that’s the case, I’d just rather play Mozart! 😛

    That’s about it for now. School starts for me again tomorrow so I’ll have a bit less time to arrange stuff. Doesn’t mean my updates will be scarce suddenly! I got a nice MP3 player for Christmas so I’ll be spending some of my breaks arranging music on manuscript paper in the halls, then I’ll simply write it out on the computer at home. Right now I’m working on some requests and maybe I’ll throw in some more Animal Crossing if I’m still in the mood.

    Happy playing!

    A wave of Animal Crossing!

    January 13th, 2010 Posted in Sheet Music

    I got in an Animal Crossing arranging mood so you get Animal Crossing sheet music! Next update will have even more Animal Crossing since I started around 5-6 other sheets and plan on finishing them. I finished Totakeke’s version of K.K. Sonata as promised, finished his version of K.K. Lament (it was a request a long time ago), and K.K. Aria which, like the aircheck , is also a GMA exclusive.
    The K.K. Slider versions of the tracks are so much better than the airchecks, don’t you think? Talking about how it comes out on piano. Hate that dog’s goddamn singing.

    More to come. Stay tuned.

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