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U.N. Squadron - Intro (for 3 limbs)

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Published on Dec 18, 2008

While figuring out how best to play this, I thought: OK, same note repeated over and over again + look where my piano stand sticks out = Hmmmmmmmm. I also decided to add in the "Briefing" and "Store" tracks. btw, I beat this game on Gamer Mode on my 3rd try, so I feel ultra-qualified to be posting this.

Original music from the game: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kz7N5s...

mp3: http://www.zshare.net/audio/52948440f...
Video: http://www.badongo.com/vid/963556
sheet music: http://www.zshare.net/download/574766...

Fun fact: For 2-3 weeks, I didn't cut the fingernail on my right thumb, to help me reach the note at 0:06. It ranges from B to C#.

This game has GREAT music. Eventually I'll probably end up doing every track from it. I'm wrote out the sheet music on my own. To do this fairly easily for any SNES game, first download the .spc file. This is the original game music file extracted from the SNES cartridge. Then convert to a .midi file, using "spc2midi", found at http://www.zophar.net/utilities/conve.... Finally, use common sheet music software (I use Notation Composer) to view it. All the notes are usually correct, but the assigned note lengths/values are total garbage. So I just made a new version, using the SPC version as a guide.

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