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    Details for Pokémon Gold/Silver/Crystal - Cherrygrove City
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    File Name: Pokémon Gold/Silver/Crystal - Cherrygrove City
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    Authors: qantuum
    Insert Size: 0x1DD bytes
    Type: Song
    Sample Usage: None
    Source: Port
    Duration: 0:24
    Featured: No
    Description: A cute village theme, suitable for most overworlds and quiet levels, such as the Yoshi's house.

    Song is very shot, I can't believe it wasn't covered until now :)
    Tags: calm, grassland, overworld, retro, town, urban
    Rating: No rating
    Preview: Play SPC
    Download: Download - 30.80 KiB
    37 downloads
    Janno27
    the memories :)
    Posted by: Janno27 - | Link
    MeteorSmasher4
    Sounds Good.
    It however felt just a tad off beat.
    Posted by: MeteorSmasher4 - | Link
    qantuum
    Thanks bebin. I was not going for 1:1 since unfortunately there is no vgmtrans equivalent for gameboy. I only relied on the midi from vgmusic.com.

    I think I've tried the foobar one, but even there, I'm still lacking the skill to be accurate to what I hear.

    Anyway thanks for approving although these inacuracies exist.
    Posted by: qantuum - | Link
    bebn legg
    A small note, loops like [ d e ]2 are too short, and they actually take up more space than if you were to write out the notes in full.

    Also, I'm not sure if you were going for 1:1, but I hear inaccuracies in the percussion, as well as the overall panning (although the latter really isn't an issue if it doesn't translate well to SMW). For ports of songs from older games with sequenced music (so NES, GB, MegaDrive, etc.) , I'd strongly suggest using foobar2000 with the GEP plugin, which lets you isolate channels and listen to them individually, which can make porting easier and more accurate.
    Posted by:  bebn legg - | Link

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