Yes and no. The only real difference between G and C major is that G has F# and C has F instead. That's a one note difference as far as tonal content goes. Anyway, since they're both major keys they will both have the same intervals, just with different starting points. Since you have chosen to lower it rather than raise it I guess it would be as simple as finding the note data and subtracting 5 from each note. It's a matter of simple mathematics.I knew that C major is all naturals and G major has an F-sharp. What I really meant was the difference in the sequence of notes G major would use in that score relative to what C major would use.
October 28, 2015, 09:28:10 am - (Auto Merged - Double Posts are not allowed before 7 days.)
I was hoping to point you in the right direction in case no one else showed up. I suppose a link to http://sonicepoch.com/sm3mix/disassembly.html#Music and http://sonicepoch.com/sm3mix/ might have been slightly more apropos.That is pretty helpful, though it would be nice to know what address(es) the notes to the Game Over score are located.