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    Mega Man & Bass - Museum

    SMW Music → Mega Man & Bass - Museum

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    FYRE150 Link
    Love this port. One note: at 1:10, the upper note in the piano chord (channel #3) should alternate between a+ and a.
    7 up Link
    Since you're doing music from Mega Man as well, is there any chance you'll port anything from different Mega Man games for SNES?
     Kevin Author Link
    Originally posted by Ultima
    oh shit, I was just listening to Masterlink's unsampled port of this when this popped up lmao

    nice job on this! I'm not that good in judging accurate ports tho, but it's still nice to see a port of this song made in this way haha

    also, just a suggestion, but if you want, you don't really have to put every composer's name like this since there's a full soundtrack release of the game that was out now for a while (which is probably where you got Toshihiko Horiyama's name from, since he's credited as Kirikiri-chan in the game's credits and only after the soundtrack release was he credited properly); for reference, this track is composed by Naoshi Mizuta, so if you want, you could change it to make it look more compact, but in the end, it doesn't matter really, just do what you prefer doing :V

    Thank you :) also thanks for letting me know the specific composer for this song, I'll update it.
    Ultima Link
    oh shit, I was just listening to Masterlink's unsampled port of this when this popped up lmao

    nice job on this! I'm not that good in judging accurate ports tho, but it's still nice to see a port of this song made in this way haha

    also, just a suggestion, but if you want, you don't really have to put every composer's name like this since there's a full soundtrack release of the game that was out now for a while (which is probably where you got Toshihiko Horiyama's name from, since he's credited as Kirikiri-chan in the game's credits and only after the soundtrack release was he credited properly); for reference, this track is composed by Naoshi Mizuta, so if you want, you could change it to make it look more compact, but in the end, it doesn't matter really, just do what you prefer doing :V