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Published on Jul 9, 2011
It's taken me just under 2 years to get round to and finish, but here is the tutorial for how to play Medal of Honor, European Assault, Dogs of War, on the piano.
I'll say it now, that it was the most boring piece of editing I have EVER done, and it took me very long to do, hopefully it was worth it aha.
I'm not even sure it's that good, I tried my best to make it as easy to understand as possible, in the process I may have actually made it harder to understand. If you could make any sense of it, let me know! It would make all of this work feel a little more worthwhile, and I might do it again in future :)
Every time I went through the note names, I had it appear on screen. I had to sync EVERY one of them, and I was doing it as quick as I can, so excuse any mistakes - if you notice any then tell me so I can stick an annotation over the top and pretend everything is ok. As always, if you have any questions about it, I'd be happy to help, ask in the comments or send me a message and I'll do my best to answer it (though just as a heads up I don't know what key it is in, I think it changes multiple times, but if you know please tell me!
I don't know if I'll make a tutorial as detailed as this in future, the most boring part was cutting it together - unlike editing films and stuff, the only film is of the piano, so there's not much change in what to look at, which can be draining - plus I get lost sometimes and it's easy to accidently leave clips out.
So I hope you enjoy! Whenever I watch tutorials I favourite it so I can quickly go back to it and work it a bit at a time, so that might help you. Again feedback is really helpful, even if it's bad, it will help me in the future to help you.