|Comment: Gamma V|
|I'm listening to this right now, and what I've heard so far is amazing. I haven't gotten to songs like Nexus Norvegicus yet.|
|Posted by: Gamma V - 2012-09-24 02:33:00 AM|
|Comment: Sakuya Izayoi|
|Wow... just wow. I must say I wasn't really interested in SMWCP2 since it started because the first one kinda deceived me. At first I tried getting a level and couldn't. Seeing how every level was took under 10 seconds has let me to think that it would be rushed and stuff.|
But listening a bit to this soundtrack made me realise how much potential this hack has. It's soundtrack might even beat Mega Man X and Chrono Trigger... A lot of work must have been put into this and now that I took an actual look at some levels, my mind is blown. *mind blows*
My favorite must be Nexus Norvegicus, it's so epic!
|Posted by: Cross-Tilde - 2012-09-19 04:18:02 PM|
|Awesome soundtrack. |
|Posted by: TheHolidaysUnknown - 2012-09-18 09:26:33 AM|
|Good lord there MUST BE A REMIX WITH REAL INSTRUMENTS of the Boss Battle Theme!|
I mean... It is extremelly epic! It passes the exact sensation that you are facing a dangerous threat to Mario's life!
|Posted by: Yashum - 2012-09-18 01:32:08 AM|
|Are some of the files (such as 45, 51, and 59) supposed to just stop immediately instead of playing anything?|
|Posted by: Zeldara109 - 2012-09-17 05:04:16 AM|
Originally posted by EgaddNot really. The Second Reality Project Reloaded and Rise to the Challenge both had soundtracks released in the past as a collection of .mp3 files. (Though I don't think either one is available for download anymore, since they were both on Megaupload. They've been uploaded to YouTube though.)
Hmm... a soundtrack for a hack! A bold new idea.
|Posted by: Zeldara109 - 2012-09-17 05:01:21 AM|
|All of these songs are freaking amazing. Some of my favourites are:|
- Crystal Conception
- Final Boss, Phase 1 (who's going to dislike this masterpiece?)
- Oriental Map
- Stone Sea Sanctuary
- Terrifying Timbers (I especially love that background tune)
- Cumulus Chapter (Yoshi) (I love the percussion in this which goes well with the great melody)
- Shivering Cinders (I literally went like holy shit on #smwcp when I heard this)
- Volcanic Panic (Those lava sounds. That piano. Need I say more?)
- Pyro-Cryo Castle
- Nexus Norvegicus (Everything in this song is perfect!)
From the soundtrack only I can already tell that SMWCP2 is going to be one fine piece of art. I haven't even been following SMWCP2 that much every since the beginning, so I'm sure I'll be in for a lot of surprises. I can't wait to (let's) play this.
|Posted by: Nio - 2012-09-16 05:23:29 PM|
|Posted by: tatanga - 2012-09-16 03:54:44 PM|
|Daaaamn, this is nice! I really like all of the tracks; especially the boss battle. Even though I dislike @17 in general, I just can't stop listening to the theme!|
|Posted by: Futanari Feestmaal - 2012-09-16 03:07:43 PM|
|Ooh, convenient- thanks! Any plans to make a fully-tagged MP3 version down the road, once the rest of the songs are done? It'd be nice to come up with titles for all of these.|
|Posted by: IcemRinx - 2012-09-16 02:54:54 PM|
|Umm there's a problem with my Reef Map port. The choir sample on #3 has been replaced with a second water drip sample it.|
It shouldn't be a difficult fix. It's the same sample as in SNN's Cumulus Chapel.
For the record, this is what it should sound like.
(It's number 26 in the RSN for those curious)
|Posted by: Saint Pokey - 2012-09-16 02:52:28 PM|
|Posted by: Alessio - 2012-09-16 02:33:13 PM|
|Comment: Super Red Wing|
|Hey it works. Also is there a plug-in needed to play the Music files?|
|Posted by: Super Red Wing - 2012-09-16 01:52:35 PM|
Hello guys. Just wondering how do you open the file to access the Music?
Rename the extension (.rsn) to .RAR or .ZIP and open it like a regular ZIP file. You can also play the file directly by simply dragging-and-dropping the RSN into a music player of your choice (though it has to support SPCs, obviously).
|Posted by: Snorting Nasty Narcotics - 2012-09-16 01:49:25 PM|
|Comment: Super Red Wing|
|Hello guys. Just wondering how do you open the file to access the Music?|
|Posted by: Super Red Wing - 2012-09-16 01:47:14 PM|
|Wow, that file was just 165KB big, but the whole tracks are 4MB big.|
Good job on this!
|Posted by: Tarek701 - 2012-09-16 01:44:44 PM|
|Hmm... a soundtrack for a hack! A bold new idea. Now we just need cover art...|
|Posted by: Vicetoys - 2012-09-16 01:36:24 PM|