EnergeticEssence
Level 11 Chipist
 
SNES/Super Famicom
11th/11

 
solar power 
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naked power 
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cool breeze 
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face melt 
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burning pants 
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The Classy Recorder
 
  175th/231   Σ19.838   Jun 30th 2013 3:21am
 
/player/EntryPlay/10332/
10332
 
A little synth/flute piece.
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29284
Level 26 Chipist
post #29284 :: 2013.06.29 6:00pm
  
  anewuser and EnergeticEssence liēkd this
A hex editor comes in handy in this particular case... $10100-10200 in the SPC file must be zero, or else some of the sample data won't survive. This particular SPC file has that problem. Here's a bugfixed version with a bit of hex editing magic: https://www.box.com/s/4z634a8d9kweklv2bivu

This particular entry reminds me of mayhem at teh piggy house, which had the same problem.
 
 
29315
Level 11 Chipist
post #29315 :: 2013.06.30 3:17am
Oh thanks, man! Yeah, the original module sounds way better. I had to do a lot of drastic changes, so I could convert it to an SPC (leaving away the bass etc.).
 
 
29346
Level 26 Chipist
post #29346 :: 2013.06.30 2:34pm :: edit 2013.06.30 2:35pm
  
  anewuser liēkd this
My method of squeezing everything in there is to use Alt+E (that's Schism Tracker terminology for resize the sample) and divide the original length by two as long as I have loop points divisible by 32 or more. As long as the sample still sounds acceptable (and you're not getting glitchy loop points during the conversion... that would require some fooling around), it's good. Some samples are a lot more sensitive to quality reduction than others.
 
 
29368
Level 11 Chipist
post #29368 :: 2013.07.01 1:33am
Yeah, I was actually already happy that I could even convert it into .spc format. I would have never thought that it would work with this tune.
 
 
30576
Level 27 Chipist
post #30576 :: 2013.08.03 7:20pm
  
  anewuser, goluigi, plrusek and Doxic liēkd this
hey! where'd the bass go
 
 
30623
Level 28 Renderist
post #30623 :: 2013.08.04 6:10am
  
  goluigi liēkd this
It got stolen by King Dedede and it is our yong hero's quest to retrieve it!
 
 
30957
Level 24 Chipist
post #30957 :: 2013.08.10 7:45am
  
  anewuser and kfaraday liēkd this
Sega Bass Finding
 
 
31654
Level 23 Renderist
post #31654 :: 2013.08.23 9:57pm :: edit 2013.08.23 10:00pm
  
  Jangler liēkd this
where is the bass. I guess this is what naked power means
 
 
31831
Level 11 Chipist
post #31831 :: 2013.08.27 11:50am
  
  Jangler and Slimeball liēkd this
The stupid thing is, I had to remove the bass, so that I could upload the file.
 
 

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