For everyone who has played VVVVVV, you should really listen to this transcription! It's great, really. https://musescore.com/user/3400486/scores/1697251#comment-1902466
I would really like it if somebody made a score for never say never, the theme from Oban Star Racers. They haven't released it on anything, so the only way to listen to it is you tube. here is a link to it on you tube. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hZ9YTr8gBPI
So please, someone make a score for it, i'm terrible at making music, so I can't do it.
Hey guys, I thought I would share my recently created voice acting demo reel with you guys. Let me know what you think! Each clip was done in one go live with the music, so there was little to no editing except for increasing the volume and putting the clips together into one 3 minute reel.
One thing to remember as you listen: One or two of the files had a problem during the recording, since they got very loud, and resulting in a little clipping. I don't usually have those problems, but I liked the performance so much that I just couldn't get rid of them. Just keep that in mind! :P
Hey guys. You might have seen my unfinished musescore re-creation of my favorite Street Fighter 2 theme. I already said to tell me if you want me to finish it in the comments, but I thought it would be better to ask that in a discussion. Well, what do you think? Should I finish it?
Upon admiring Undertale's soundtrack, I looked for other games with great soundtracks. I stumbled over Child of Light's soundtrack, and after listening to a few songs, I found it to be a great soundtrack for Musescore to play. (I even got the game because it had such a good soundtrack)
I wish to create a complete score with all 18 songs with your help. I will give credit to the people that create the scores, just give me permission to use your score. You can also send me piano arrangements and such which aren't full scores. I will edit them and still give you credit.
The soundtrack can be bought here: http://musique.coeurdepirate.com/album/child-of-light
Alternatively, the soundtrack playlist is also conveniently found on Youtube here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLaTxFi804INY1IMdf9TzsgZN4rvvApCxS, with the first 18 tracks being the official list.
Comment if you're interested!
As you guys might know, I take a liking in arranging the overworld music for pokemon games. I can't decide which one I should do of these six themes. These are all some of Pokémon's most memorable music in my opinion, and it's hard to pick one, so please vote for your favorite!
-Pokémon Kanto - Cerulean City
-Pokémon Johto - Violet City
-Pokémon Hoenn - Victory Road (IN PROGRESS)
-Pokémon Sinnoh - Route 210
-Pokémon Unova - Driftveil City (COMPLETED)
-Pokémon Kalos - Route 15
To see the current vote results, click here: https://musescore.com/user/32814/sets/825721
Hey guys, is anyone here planning on arranging some tracks from the OST of Halo 5: Guardians? The music is REALLY good, but I haven't seen any arrangements yet on musescore. I don't have nearly enough talent to arrange something good enough, but I'm just putting the idea out there in case someone has nothing better to do. :) Thanks!
I regret to inform that the post(https://musescore.com/tribune-diablo/scores/1609521) commented for you is fake. This is a copy of the arrangement made last year from the main theme of "Fallout 4". I invite you to listen to my youtube channel https://youtu.be/PL3Jw0ZPAmU
The original is always better than copy
Hi! I'm ArkadeNoah, and I make trombone quartet (or other trombone multi-part arrangements) of video game and anime music. I'm really having trouble deciding what I want to do next, however. I've been thinking about possibly doing Crossing Field, opening 1 for the anime Sword Art Online.
Other ideas I've had have been the castle courtyard music from Ocarina of Time (That'd be a fun one) and the theme from Luigi's Mansion (Which seems like it might be too easy, but I dunno).
If you like any of these ideas, or you have some others to throw at me, please leave some feedback. I'd be super happy to see it.
I need some help working out what kind of video game music i should compose, and in what style. So I started this discussion for all of you to give me ideas. Please tell me what kind of music, where or what would cause this music, and what style it should be in.
"A final boss battle, intense rock with an electric guitar and loud drums."
Thanks for the help!
As you guys know I have been doing cover remakes. Do you guys have any songs you would like to hear remade?
New writer. I need some help making certain sounds in an arrangement and don't know how to make them.
I'm trying to make a cymbal roll crescendo for one measure but it never sounds decent.
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So I'm sure most people have heard of seen of played The Stanley Parable on Steam; right?
Well If you are aware of the game, then I'm sure you are aware of the track Following Stanley aka that music that plays when following the adventure line. I'm busy myself with a Zelda dubstep, so thats why I am asking you guys. I hope it can happen.
I'm quite new to this whole 'musescore' thing because I use Sibelius (another notation software) anyways, my life long goal is to be a Video Game Composer so I thought if you guys can check out my stuff on youtube and see what you think?
My youtube (Pianosalmon):