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Megaman 2's Dr. Wily Stage 1 Theme

Posted by An/A Blade , in Creativity, General Life, Megaman, Music Nov 24 2012 · 227 views

Alternative Titles: I Finally Got To Combine The Creativity Category With The Music Category!


So, what have I been up to, other than disappearing for my birthday and using Blender? Well, getting a slight cold. But aside from that? Playing Cave Story and Megaman. But that's not what this is about, oh no. What this is about, is me playing my keyboard. And no, not the thing I'm using to type this; I mean what's essentially a piano. And what overplayed song from Megaman 2 have I been playing more often than not recently? No, not the title theme, I'm still learning that. No, the song that's probably only second to the X vs. Zero fight from Megaman X5 in terms of remixes. The Dr. Wily Stage 1 theme.

I've been trying it for a couple days now, but today and last night was the first time I actually got further than an off-key redition of the first part. I actually figured out the notes, for when you're only playing one note at a time(Since I still fail at playing the Keyboard with 'chords', and it's closer to the 8-bit version this way), in part thanks to different videos on the net. I still mess up some of the notes when I try to speed through it at the normal speed, but when I concentrate, the only times I mess up, are me hitting the wrong notes because I can't reach far enough; or me just missing the right key by accident.

My next try, will likely be the Protoman Whistle Theme used for MM3's ending, but we'll see.

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I sadly don't know the song you're writing about, but good luck with all of your further tries of playing songs on the keyboard, I think it's quite cool. =D

But funny, most people I know that are playing keyboard (or the piano) have trouble with playing 'chords'. O.o
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Well it's troublesome for me, since you need to play three notes at once; sometimes more if you're playing with two hands. The biggest problem, is this is limited to 4 notes at once. =P And if you have an 'instrument' playing, that requires 2 notes at once to play a note, then it's pretty much impossible to play some of the chords. =/
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