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    Details for Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door - Rogueport Sewers
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    File Name: Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door - Rogueport Sewers
    Added:
    Authors: Giftshaven
    Insert Size: 0x0641 bytes
    Type: Song
    Sample Usage: None
    Source: Port
    Duration: 0:52
    Featured: Yes
    Description: The song used for the underground area of the main hub from Paper Mario TTYD. A mysterious sounding song. Best used in underground areas.
    Tags: cave, sewer
    Rating: 5.0 (Votes: 6)
    Preview: Play SPC
    Download: Download - 32.23 KiB
    308 downloads
    Hatsune Blake
    Very nice port. As the name implies, this would be great for sewer levels.
    Posted by: Hatsune Blake - | Link
    Cote de Boeuf
    The accuracy you achieved with pure vanilla samples is quite astounding, even if most Mario games use a similar set of instruments. The only inaccuracy I can point out is that the bassline is a bit louder than I think it was in the original, but I personally thought the port was better for it.
    Posted by: Cote de Boeuf - | Link
    HammerBrother
    Sounded like the song is sampled.
    Posted by: HammerBrother - | Link
    MarkVD100
    Oh man, pitch modulated kick?
    Posted by: MarkVD100 - | Link
    Arash
    Amazing port. Great job on a classic. #smrpg{y}
    Posted by: Arash - | Link
    Giftshaven
    Originally posted by Emerald Shell
    How much ADSR did you need to use in this one?

    Code
    #instruments
    {
    @3 $00 $00 $DF $03 $01; @30
    @0 $FD $E6 $00 $06 $04; @31
    @10 $00 $00 $3D $04 $00; @32
    @0 $DF $5A $00 $03 $00; @33
    n1E $CE $75 $00 $00 $00; @34
    @29 $FF $FD $00 $15 $00; @35
    @22 $FE $FE $00 $07 $00; @36
    @5 $00 $00 $DF $06 $F9; @37
    @7 $FE $F0 $00 $03 $00; @38
    @6 $AB $AA $00 $01 $7D; @39
    n1E $AF $8F $00 $00 $00; @40
    @1 $CC $C8 $00 $02 $FF; @41
    @6 $00 $00 $E4 $05 $FC; @42
    @7 $00 $00 $DF $06 $02; @43
    @7 $00 $00 $AC $06 $02; @44
    @21 $FF $FD $00 $0A $00; @45
    @3 $00 $00 $D9 $03 $02; @46
    @0 $FA $F4 $00 $06 $07; @47
    @3 $00 $00 $F2 $03 $21; @48
    }

    There's also 5 more GAIN values
    Posted by: Giftshaven - | Link
    7 up
    How much ADSR did you need to use in this one?
    Posted by: 7 up - | Link
    Infinity
    Amazing music!
    Posted by: Infinity - | Link