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i need winter contingency for wind ensemble. we have 3 flutes, 2 clarinets,3 saxophones, 2 trumpets,
1 baritone/trombone, one trombone, 3 tubas, and 5 percussionists. i would like all male voices as
the saxophones, female voices as flutes and clarinets, and harp as marimba. take your time on it, but
i would like it asap. it doesn't need to be Marty quality, just needs to sound like it.

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The Tain has posted Myth II 1.7.2b2 in several flavors: Windows, Mac Universal, and Mac PowerPC. It's not an installer, just the application itself, so you need to have Myth II 1.7.1 already installed. For the terminally curious, there's a changelog.

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Hey. SUPER new to this, but I was wondering if anyone had the sheet music (specifically piano) for Bits and Pieces from Halo 3 ODST. I've already come up with most of it on my own (by ear) but I would like to make sure I have it down pat.

Thanks a lot,
Jon

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all i need is the piano part for bits and pieces if anyone could do that i would be
eternally grateful. thanks

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Here is my transcription of 'Splash (Marathon)'. There are two different arrangements that I made: one of them is as a piano solo, and the other is a 'full' arrangement for three synths, one piano, and a drum set. For both arrangements, there are .pdf, .mp3, .mid, and .sib files.

Hope you like it!

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"Flippant", from Bungie's game Marathon.

Some notes about this arrangement:
a. Was scored using Sibelius
b. Arranged for Drum Set, Piano, Flute/Voice, Violoncello
c. Included files: .mid, .mp3, .pdf, .sib (Sibelius).

Let me know what you think!

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Last spartan, or Finnish the fight for the violin.

Can someone make a violin sheet music for Last spartan, or Finnish the fight for violin only? in pdf please.

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Last spartan, or Finnish the fight for the violin.

Can someone make a violin sheet music for Last spartan, or Finnish the fight for violin?

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WorthPlaying notes that the coupon code ASPYRTHANKS can be used at GameAgent to reduce the price of Wideload Games' Stubbs the Zombie from $10 to free. Sweet!

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Thanks to Tireces who made this funny Myth vid and put it on Youtube.

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Blast from the Past.
13 censored cutscenes - Myth The Fallen Lords and Myth II Soulblighter cutscenes
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mt6tuGENIp0

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If you're looking to get your Marathon on and you don't have the XBLA port, the open source project Aleph One is still going strong. The latest update makes changes to the Lua scripting engine and adds HUD enhancements similar to the one in the XBLA version.

Aleph One runs on Macs, Linux, oh, and Windows, too.

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The Bungie.net group For Carnage Apply Within, which plays classic Bungie games Marathon and Myth every week, notes that Project Magma has released version 1.70 of Myth II. Some info about the patch:

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yep that's a stargate behind me

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BioWare CEO Ray Muzyka's advanced the possibility that someday gamers would play games on one ubiquitous console. There are "valid reasons," he says, why the market would trend that direction, with the exception of "Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo maybe having some issues with that [as] they might want to continue their platforms."

You think?

This has come up before, and I'm pretty sure that it was Muzyka behind those earlier remarks also. I find it hard to consider the idea anything but the most fanciful of wishful thinking. Bioware makes great games with huge amounts of content, and their efforts would be greatly simplified on a number of levels if they could target a single ubiquitous platform.

The problem is that the benefits for such a scheme are asymmetric, and skewed sharply in the direction of the content producer, offering little or no benefit to platform owners or gamers. If BioWare makes its games for several different platforms-- say, Xbox 360, Windows, and the Sony PlayStation 3, it means that gamers have a reasonable amount of choice for gaming platform and can still assure themselves of access to BioWare games. Reducing the number of platforms BioWare has to target might make developing their games less expensive, but it seems extremely unlikely that this savings would be passed on to gamers in terms of lower title prices. After all, with only a single ubiquitous console platform, there is no longer any choice-- if you want to play a BioWare game you'd have to use that platform. If you don't want to, tough luck. If anything, standardizing on a single platform would likely increase prices (although the higher prices rose, the greater an opportunity there would be for someone to enter the market and therefore blow your "single platform" market right out of the water by undercutting you.

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