Thanks for sharing your thoughts. We are already working on a new system that will allow users to create sub-areas in which scores can be shared, that has many ideas in common with your suggestions.
Sorry! I forgot to add the Both category to part 1 of my ideas.Biracfin243 shared this idea ·
In most college drumlines, there are 7 bass drummers. I think it would be great to have those extra 2 drums. It would make the creativity in the marching percussion even greater. Preferable pitches would be D, F#, D, A, D, F#, D (bottom to top). The preferable drum sizes for the samples would be 28", 26", 24", 22", 20", 18", 16"
The bass drums are very nice and help with my drumline notations, but the bass drums are not in tune with each other. If you could please retune them into a much more desirable pitch, that would be great. My suggested pitches are D, A, D, F#, A (bottom to top).
You’ll be excited to know that Noteflight now offers the option to open your score in Soundtrap, the amazing online DAW! That gives you immediate access to a lot of the things requested here.
Just go to Export and choose “Open in Soundtrap” (requires a Soundtrap account).
You can do a lot to a song with a little bit of electronic sound (great for video game medley's). It also sounds really cool and a lot people can put a bunch of creativity and originality to it.
The type of 8-Bit sound comes from the kid's show "Adventure Time with Finn and Jake" in their quite recent episode "Food Chain."
I suggest giving it a try because why not. Plus, you do need more Synthesizer (and 8-Bit is technically Synthesizer too). I really hope people love my idea and please support it. Thank You! :)