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Mother 3 - Blessing Insertion Error?
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Good time of day you're reading this,

Recently, the user Pinci has made an excellent version of the song Blessing from Mother 3. I've been trying to insert the song into my hack, but when I I run it in AddMusicK (v1.0.5) it gives me two hundred errors or so, saying every line after 29 is error prone. So I went and deleted all of those other lines, and AddMusicK doesn't have a problem, and I used it in a stage. Now when I enter that stage, the game blacks out.

Has anyone else found any issues inserting it? How can I fix this?

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Looking for high quality rips from our Grand Dad SiIvaGunner for my hack. Much appreciation to anyone who links me to any (besides Athletic PAL).
What errors are you exactly getting after inserting the full song (without deleting the lines)?
Try to post the error log you're getting here.
Well, it loads so many errors that it doesn't list the first 160 or so. In any case, they're "unexpected character" errors. For example, it lists 19 errors on line 212, saying "unexpected character '.' found". It then goes right down the line.

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Looking for high quality rips from our Grand Dad SiIvaGunner for my hack. Much appreciation to anyone who links me to any (besides Athletic PAL).
By erasing every line from 29 forward you're effectively erasing the entire song, so that's out of the question.
Have you edited the txt in any way when you were about to insert the song? (It'd be awesome if you linked your current version so we can take a closer look.)
What about your Addmusic_sample groups.txt file?
I haven't edited the Addmusic_sample groups.txt file for this song. I've redownloaded the file and attempted to do a clean insert, but it errored out again. Comparing my file to the original, the only edits I've made are adding the #am4 tag at the top of the file and removing the "2" from "amk 2" on line 9.

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Looking for high quality rips from our Grand Dad SiIvaGunner for my hack. Much appreciation to anyone who links me to any (besides Athletic PAL).
Lol you and I submitted a reply at the same time. Changing the port to use #am4 might well be your issue. I've not used this mode but it generally isn't recommended here and may be causing your errors. I'd leave this untouched.

For future reference... in my experience a ton of errors like you describe are usually due to one cause. It could be loop commands which are messed up somehow or a note that's too high or low. If something like this occurs, then errors are displayed as the compiler tries to work with what it's got. These errors are likely caused by the first error and will disappear when that first error is tracked down and fixed. The trick to finding the error is to remove or comment out lines from the bottom up, until you have just a few errors, and so that the first error is visible. Fix that and re-establish the lines you removed, and everything should work, unless of course there's another equally severe error further down that needs fixed.

If you continue to have problems even with #amk 2, it might be worth trying the above strategy of removing lines from the bottom until you are close to the beginning of the error trail, and posting your output so someone can look at it.

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Make more of less, that way you won't make less of more!
I just tried it with the vanilla text doc, and I got an error reading, "Echo buffer exceeded total ARAM by 0x0400 bytes".

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Looking for high quality rips from our Grand Dad SiIvaGunner for my hack. Much appreciation to anyone who links me to any (besides Athletic PAL).
Yes, don't mess with the #amk/#amm/#am4 part anymore; they're written that way for a reason.

That's fairly simple to solve: look for a line that reads $F1 $05 $30 $00, and decrease that value $05 by 1 until the error's gone.
I changed its value to $04 and it now works fine! The reason I changed the #am_ tags is because I thought that's what was necessary to have the song run. The walkthrough I read said to add #am4 to the to [EDIT: the top] of every song's text doc.

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Looking for high quality rips from our Grand Dad SiIvaGunner for my hack. Much appreciation to anyone who links me to any (besides Athletic PAL).
Yeah, that's something I caught ages ago and then completely forgot to fix later. That part of the tutorial was written when none of the music section's ports were written for AMK's new syntax yet and no one has clarified that you're not supposed to do it anymore.

(Thanks for reminding me again though!)
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