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xx Update, Saturday 15th of November 2014

November 15, 2014, 08:18:55 PM by Bespinben
Little update! Also, a test to see if Bespinben can successfully maneuver the intricacies of the new automated update system. Apparently, he has. Huzzah!


[GB] Final Fantasy Legend II
"Ending Theme 1" by FireArrow

[PC] Full Tilt! Pinball
"Space Cadet Board" by Bubbles

[NES] Getsu Fuuma Den
"3D Maze" by Baka94

[PS2] Kingdom Hearts
"Dearly Beloved" by NasiDe & Silvertitan

[MUL] Mega Man 9
"Jewel Temptation (Jewel Man Stage)" by Yugikun

[GCN] Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
"Character Abilities" by mariolegofan

[3DS] Pokémon X/Y
"Battle! (Wild Pokémon)" by JDMEK5

[NDS] Professor Layton and the Last Specter
"Misthallery's Many Canals" by Jordan Knapp

[NES] Super Mario Bros. 3
"Airships" (Replacement) by Bespinben

[SNES] Super Metroid
"Small Boss Confrontation BGM" by Olimar12345
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xx Happy Halloween!

October 31, 2014, 07:29:15 PM by Olimar12345
Happy Halloween, viewers of NinSheetMusic! Little may you have known, here at NSM we have been preparing for this holiday by arranging video game tunes in a spooky style! We even had a contest in which arrangers competed to create the best Halloween-themed arrangements they could make! A hearty congratulations goes out to our arranger, Bloop, who came in first place with this arrangement (based on "Toad Town" from Paper Mario) entitled "Toad Tomb". It can be enjoyed via the links below:


"Toad Tomb" (Based on "Toad Town" from Paper Mario) Arranged by Bloop
[MUS] [MP3] [PDF]

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And if you're hankering for more Halloween-themed arrangements, swing on by HERE to view the other entries!


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xx Update, Wednesday 29th of October 2014

October 29, 2014, 12:25:39 AM by Olimar12345
Here's a small update! Mostly did this to test the new system.


[WiiU] Mario Kart 8
"Main Menu" by The Deku Trombonist

[3DS] Professor Layton and the Azran Legacy
"Warmth and Kindness" by Jordan Knapp

[NDS] Professor Layton and the Curious Village
"About Town" by Bloop & Bubbles
"Professor Layton's Theme" (Replacement) by Jordan Knapp

[SNES] Secret of Mana
"A Conclusion" by The Deku Trombonist

[N64] Super Mario 64
"Bowser's Road" (Replacement) by Don Valentino


Also, here are the submissions left over from the previous system:


[N64] Banjo-Kazooie
"Click Clock Wood (Autumn)" by Clanker 37

[GCN] Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
"Mario and Luigi's House" by mariolegofan
"Chapter Ending" by mariolegofan

[GB] Wario Land 3
"Tidal Coast" by FierceDeity

[SNES] Super Mario RPG
"Nimbus Land" by FierceDeity

[GB] Pokemon Red Blue Yellow
"Cerulean City" by FierceDeity

[GB] Super Mario Land
"Birabuto Kingdom" by FierceDeity

[SNES] Chrono Trigger
"Decisive Battle with Magus" by FierceDeity

[Wii] Super Paper Mario
"Floro Caverns" (replacement) by Bloop

[GBA] Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones
"Final Battle" by maelstrom
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xx Introducing Our New Submissions System

October 15, 2014, 10:09:53 AM by Deku Trombonist
Hi everyone! Today it's my pleasure to bring you our NSM's new automated submission system.

Over the past few months I've been developing our new submission system. It's main feature is that everything is automated, from submitting sheets, to accepting them and even an update queue. It should make the lives of our updaters a bit easier as we are no longer tied down with large submission threads. Our updaters also have a nice new sheet admin which means they can things on the site much more easily.

You can access all this from the new button in the forum's menu bar entitled "NSM Panel."

Have fun!
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xx Site Upgrade

October 05, 2014, 12:58:41 PM by Deku Trombonist
Today we have the first part of a site upgrade!

Most of the changes are behind the scenes, with the biggest change being a newly restructured database. For the computer nerds out there reading this, we've moved to a relational database model which is easier to maintain and upscale/modify as needed. What this basically means is that in the end it's easier to add new series and consoles and easier to add/edit sheets.

As part of today's upgrade, you'll also notice that the arranger list is now up to date (which a number of you have been asking for). This, as well as other lists will be dynamically updated from now on, so as soon as you've got your first sheet on the site, your name will magically appear on the list. You can edit your arranger name through your forum profile which will effect anywhere your name appears on the site.

If you see any issues, please let me know and I'll try and fix them as soon as possible. Happy NSMing!
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