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I'm Toastypk, I've submitted a few songs to this site, but once on this site I read that they have to have descriptions and times on them. I personally like my SPCs looping constantly, but since I want to submit more, I have to put these on. How, though?

I see in the one thread that you use Winamp, but I don't use Winamp for SPC songs, I have Meridian Advance. I get the SPC from the ROM I put it on using ZSNES. I like loading an SPC and listening to it loop, but I want to put descriptions/times for the songs I want to submit. Is there another program that does this or something?

Thanks.
Originally posted by Erik557
If you use AddmusicK to port you can edit the ID666 tags with the #spc directive:
Code
#spc {
	#title		"abc"
	#game		"def"
	#length		"X:XX"
	#author		"ghi"
	#comment	"jkl"
}


AddmusicK will output the file in the SPC folder

Actually the only Addmusic I've used is Addmusic Made Easy. Easy to edit a txt file, hit a few keys, and load the rom to listen to the song or a revision.
What makes AddmusicK different? Is there a tutorial?
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