Post by foxelyfirenelli on Aug 10, 2013 11:33:54 GMT -5
Earlier in the week, I put this together to entertain me while working on RPG Maker. It was created using Audacity and an NSF Player. I've always really enjoyed this game's music. It's about 17 minutes long and the songs are in this order:
Intro ~ Dr. Jones ~ Overworld ~ Dungeon #2 ~ Dungeon #5 ~ Boss ~ Danger ~ Zoda Fight ~ Victory ~ C-Island ~ Ending
Post by Michael Jones on Aug 10, 2013 19:30:30 GMT -5
Wow that's actually really cool! It's like a playlist without the playlist. Great for just opening up into your music player and listening to. And the songs even sound better than their original NES versions!
Post by foxelyfirenelli on Aug 14, 2013 23:58:09 GMT -5
Thank you. I'm glad you enjoyed it. This is just a tiny fraction of what I'd like to do or see done to Star Tropics music.
I have some other songs I will try to share soon. I've been working on C-Island, Cave Action, She-cola, and Zoda Fight. The first two are a bit of a combination of the original and the sequel versions.
Sound Cloud MP3 (downloads were disabled, but I fixed that.)
Sounds like the songs had a bass boost in Audacity with some echo added (it works very well for many NES tunes, including ST, the Castlevania's, and Ninja Gaiden). The transitions from one song sound a bit strange to me, but I'm so used to the originals that anything different is gonna be weird to me.
Audacity is an incredibly useful program for people who want to make some audio edits. I've used it for a number of years now to splice VG music straight from the sources and make edits. It's also very useful for editing out audience applause on game show sounds you can't find anywhere else...
I recommend the program for anyone who needs to make some music/sound changes to their stuff. If I can use it efficiently, it must be REALLY easy to use and navigate.
Last Edit: Aug 19, 2013 16:18:15 GMT -5 by Coralcola
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