It might have something to do with how MuseScore exports the sheets on a transparent background… have you tried printing the picture that shows up on the blackish screen anyway? It might still turn out all right.
Well, this is probably obvious, but this blog is currently on a semi-permanent hiatus. I have too much stuff going on with senior year and AP tests and band clinics and everything else to really devote time to this blog (which I haven’t done for almost a year anyway). Anyway, I probably won’t be posting new sheets for quite some time (if at all), but the ones that are already up will stay on as long as tumblr exists. Maybe sometime later I’ll actually start producing new content, but I’m not sure how likely that is… anyway, I’m glad that this blog has been at least somewhat useful for a lot of you. If you want another excellent vgm sheet music related blog, gamemusictheory is producing some really excellent stuff, not only transcribing music but also analyzing it. I highly suggest you check it out and follow him.
Well, that’s all for now, folks. So long, and thanks for all the fish!
I’ll get it on my to-do list!
"The Rains of Castamere" from Game of Thrones. This song should have special significance for those who watched tonight’s episode…
(this doesn’t mean I’m resuming daily posting quite yet: I just wanted to get this up because RW)
You’re very welcome. Glad you’re finding them useful!
I’ll work on it next month. Sorry for the lateness!
I’ll try to get it up (with the others) next month. This one should be pretty easy, so maybe even earlier… no promises, though. Sorry for the lateness.
:) You’re very welcome.
I’ll try to get Pairbond up next month… the same will have to be done with Apothesis (I’m assumming you want in in Alto Clef?), since I unfortunately lost all my source files in a hard drive crash a few weeks back. It’s not as easy as dragging and dropping the clef, which it would have been if I had the source… Sorry for the lateness!
I’ll try to get that up sometime next month (once school is over and done with). Sorry for the (extreme) lateness!