[CONTEST] Music Maker!

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Make some music!

-=-=-=Rules=-=-=-
1. You can use any object as a note, make sure its in the 2nd layer!
2. Entry must be a deriviative of this level. Also change [CONTEST] to [ENTRY]
3. Modifications to lua and synthesizers are OK, as long as it's still music.
4. Maximum 5 notes on same vertical axis. If you want more edit the lua
5. Don't use my sample music! delete my music and start from scratch.
6. HF&GL

-=-=-=Winners=-=-=-
Final entries on February 28, 2018. Hope you guys participate!

-=-=-=NOTES=-=-=-
C = red
D = orange
E = yellow
F = green
G = blue
A = violet
B = purple
sharp = diamonds

*Tip: use Plastic Polygons for precise note length.
*Credits to @hhhh for the music player lua maths thingy

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  • dOUBLEbAD: @principiafreak300: lol, that is a lot of work
  • principiafreak300: Would've been megalovania
  • principiafreak300: @dOUBLEbAD: Forget it. I don't have the time and it's much work
  • dOUBLEbAD: @principiafreak300: well?
  • principiafreak300: @dOUBLEbAD: No. Something already done in principia i mean
  • dOUBLEbAD: @principiafreak300: twinkle twinkle?
  • principiafreak300: lol, I'll start now with something we all probably know, because it's not that hard
  • electro: Don't know what's doremifasollati, can't even pronounce it
    I Better use that link
  • Chad64: just go to that link mrsimb said
  • Chad64: *idk if the 2nd do is part of the octave
  • Chad64: *fuck no i mean notes. 1 octave is one doremifasollati
  • Chad64: @electro: C and D.. and E and F and G and A and B are simple piano stuff called octaves. :) if you know do re mi fa sol la ti do CDEFGABC is the letter equivalent.
  • electro: @mrsimb: 0.0
    There is a lot of info and I'm completely new to this...

    Looks like I got stuff to do in holidays :)

    Thanks :)
  • mrsimb: @electro: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Octave
    maybe this will help
  • electro: Wow
    I don't know wants C and D but I think it is something related to music language
    Can you convert it to simple English?
    Eg. C means low frequency, d means high?
    Or provide frequency range?
    Any link for understanding basics?
    Anything?
  • BloodStorm: Amazing

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