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.. exactly, the usual piano transcriptions:

Grievous Speaks to Lord Sidious (first section)

MIDI Sheet Music

What next? I'm not sure if I should do the rest of this track, I thought maybe Immolation Scene or Anakin's Betrayal, of course BotH too eventually.

-Chris

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As you can see on the sheet music plugin page, I used Sibelius :wave:

(I can't stand Finale, I find the note input mechanism utterly contra-intuitive... but that's a personal comment, I know the program is top notch).

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Sorry, I didn't look at the sheet music. ;) Indeed, I like Finale very much, but to each his own.

Could you tell me (or PM me if you'd rather) how to get a Finale document into the Windows Media Player format and post it here like you have done (it's probably similar to Sibelius in that way).

Thanks. :music:

~Sturgis

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Finale outputs to standard midi format 0 or 1, Stoogis. But your attempts at arrangements are likely to be juvenile and puerile at best, so why bother ?

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Mm, so you're one of those. It's nothing new; we've seen your kind (and maybe even you yourself) come and go plenty of times. Hope you enjoy the ride while it lasts.

Ray Barnsbury

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:|

Anyways, I don't really know what that means. Could someone who actually knows what they're talking about please let me know? Thanks. :)

~Sturgis

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Well, with Sibelius I just select "*.mid" as the file mask when saving the file, and I get a midi file.

I just checked woth Finale (2003), it works the same.

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Is Sibelius still alive and living in Kuala Lumpur? I must say his Karelia suite is very enjoyable indeed.

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Thanks for all the help so far, Chris, but how do I post it here, now that it's a midi file? Do I have to have it hosted somewhere online first?

(Sorry, I'm really stupid when it comes to these things.) :)

~Sturgis

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Any chance that Chris or someone else could make a transcription for piano of "Secrets of the Castle" from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban? That would be great!

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Regarding your question, Sturgis, of course you have to host in somewhere online to be able to link it :( Don't you have some webspace? There are several places where you can get free web space.

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