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Animal Crossing 4 Season Medley (Mario Kart 8 Transcription)


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Uploaded on May 19, 2015

All four track melodies tied into one (which works quite well except for Winter being in a different key and tempo). Unfortunately there's lots of little niggles like bass glissandos that you can't do properly with MS but close enough. Arranged in MuseScore2 using the swanky new default soundfont - try it out!

Originals:
Spring (Animal Crossing) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MMHCnvabmYI
Summer (New Leaf) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iQzOuR8gL7U
Fall (Wild World) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYggE-qyUQo
Winter (City Folk/Let's Go To The City) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VT-wsn9v7yk

videogame music game mario mario kart animal crossing new leaf wild world city folk medley arrangement transcription

Pages 36
Duration 7:50
Measures 118
Key signature 2 sharps
Parts 20
Part names Flute
Other woodwinds
Tenor Saxophone
Harmonica (2)
Trumpet
Violin
Bass (2)
Guitar (2)
Harp
Piano (2)
Organ
Percussion (4)
Synthesizer
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In reply to by Antonio Hicks

I've put down in the score what the instrument actually is, but I've changed the instrument playing in the mixer to try and match how to original music sounds better. Evidently MuseScore's website uses the mixer to assign parts rather than the actual instrument in the score?

AMAZING! You are recreating the epic Mario Kart 8 music better and more accurately than anybody else I've seen. Is it possible that you make a sax quartet arangemet for the yoshi circuit theme? It is an amazing song and I am a part of the a sax quartet.

This makes me so happy. I've been waiting forever for someone like you to do Mario Kart 8 transcriptions. I love this song so much, you did such a good job! :)

In reply to by Gillbyte

Thanks! Some parts were a pain to nail down but it was definitely interesting taking the music apart and piecing it together, though there are still some sounds in the default soundfont that don't work too well (I'm looking at you tremolo strings).