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    NightSTALKer

    By not dubstep


    Submitted by ALI=3NS, Jan 22 2016 01:45 AM | Last updated Jan 25 2016 11:35 PM
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    29 Comments

    Change your notes from D# to Eb and G# to Ab.

    no

    You're using C minor. C minor consist of the notes, C D Eb F G Ab Bb.

    okay so?

    why is this not featured yet

    edit

    You're using C minor. C minor consist of the notes, C D Eb F G Ab Bb.

    piano-keyboard-layout-.jpg

    what difference does it make? They're the exact same notes.

    tell dre that this is notessimo. Not a normal notation program where it may be necessary. The only thing that matters is the sound. Not *sigh* goddamn enharmonic equivalents and shit. This wasn't made for testing your music theory. Look, even Starburst doesn't obey the laws of accidentals...

    I like this...

    A D# isn't the same note as an Eb. One is clearly a D and one is clearly an E.

    What you mean is that they're en-harmonic.

     

    It looks much nicer and is easier to read if you use the correct accidentals.

    A D# isn't the same note as an Eb. One is clearly a D and one is clearly an E.

    By definition a D# is the same as an Eb. They both share the same frequency --- therefore being the same physical phenomenon.

    The only difference is how we write them.

    Also, you edited you're original post so I will edit mine.

    If they follow the key, they aren't accidentals. Notes that do not follow key (including naturals) are accidentals. Therefore, a Eb or D# would actually be in key.

    A D# isn't the same note as an Eb. One is clearly a D and one is clearly an E.

    What you mean is that they're en-harmonic.

     

    It looks much nicer and is easier to read if you use the correct accidentals.

    Are you seriously going to nitpick his choice of accidental? If you have something against him, why don't you take it up with him? None of us wanna see this petty passive-aggressive stuff.

    All I was doing was offering a suggestion and now everyone's a dick to me.

    All I was doing was offering a suggestion and now everyone's a dick to me.

    Dude, quit the victim act. You both have obviously been fighting about something and quite frankly, a lot of us are tired of seeing it. My comment was not intended to create more drama or insult anyone. 

    of course, the only reason you would ever correctly use your flats/sharps is if you are making a score that you are actually going to print out and use, y'know.

    Dre, C minor is C Cx D# E# Abb G# Bb.

    Dre, C minor is C Cx D# E# Abb G# Bb.

    you can't get double flats or double sharps in notessimo....

     

    otherwise it's C D D# E# G G# Bb

    Dre unliked the song haha the cuck

    Dre unliked the song haha the cuck

    what a nub :P

    Every scale degree needs its own letter name, therefore,

    C minor is, C D Eb F G Ab Bb.

     

    Also,

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C_minor

    https://www.basicmus...m/c-minor-scale

    Every scale degree needs its own letter name, therefore,

    C minor is, C D Eb F G Ab Bb.

     

    Also,

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/C_minor

    https://www.basicmus...m/c-minor-scale

    you realise that we were just joking, right?

    Every scale degree needs its own letter name, therefore,

    C minor is, C D Eb F G Ab Bb.

    This is not wrong; however, explain why it is necessary in Notessimo to keep up on note names in the full release of a song.


    ~Star~ is dumb -___-
    Feb 20 2016 11:21 PM

    Comments on NightSTALKer:

     

    98% Fighting over positioning of notes

    1% I like this song

    1% Why isn't this featured yet?

    Comments on NightSTALKer:

     

    98% Fighting over positioning of notes

    1% I like this song

    1% Why isn't this featured yet?

    ikr!!!

    Change your notes from D# to Eb and G# to Ab.

    Fuck off, cuck.

    ikr!!!

    You were in the fight in the first place wtf ponk