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Details for SMW Music Identifier
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File Name: SMW Music Identifier
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Authors: dtothefourth
Operating System: Windows
Platforms: SNES
Games: SMW
Source Available: No
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Description: This tool takes an SMW hack (.smc/.sfc) and will attempt to identify all of the custom music inserted
into the ROM and provide and soundtrack with links to the SMWC pages for each song.

All you have to do is click select ROM and choose the patched ROM for the hack and it will do the rest.

For the moment this tool is Windows only. Trying to run this in Wine or otherwise will generally result in a message about being unable to connect.

This will only work on ROMs which have music inserted using AddMusicK (AMK). Older insertions with AMM
will likely not be possible to identify currently.

The identification service relies on a web service with a database of information on all of the songs
hosted on SMWC which means:

1) This tool requires an internet connection to run
2) If for some reason the identification server is down the tool will not be able to run
3) Only songs that have been added to the database will be available for identification

For 1/2 the program will provide an error message noting that the server could not be reached.

As for 3, every song on SMWC as of about 1/10/2021 is in the database and I will be updating it
occasionally or setting up an automated updated if there's sufficient demand.


The tool will attempt to match songs that have been updated or altered as well.
Songs that aren't a direct match will be noted as "(Modified Version?)" indicating that it
was not a perfect match and there's a possibility of a false positive.
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Rating: 5.0 (Votes: 5)
Download: Download - 811.54 KiB
393 downloads
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Nayfal
I love this tool! I really hope for automatic database updates!
Posted by: Nayfal - | Link
Foxy_9000_
A very helpful tool! #smw{:peace:}
Posted by: Foxy_9000_ - | Link
ninj
woah
Posted by: ninj - | Link
Major Flare
Tested within: Windows 10.

Ingenious. Enough said. Simple tool, cool server work. I'm looking up to updates, should they exist. A fine work, dtothefourth.
Posted by:  Major Flare - | Link
qantuum
this seems fantastic!!!
I'll be happy to track down songs sometime, thanks a lot.
Posted by: qantuum - | Link
Aram
Man, if only this tool had existed back in 2012/13 I wouldn't have had so much trouble. Either way, I'm glad this exists! Truly an amazing tool
Posted by:  Aram - | Link
dtothefourth
Originally posted by codfish1002
this tool is amazing #smrpg{:D}

it would of been more amazing if it could detect music from hacks that used the older addmusic tools like amm or am4

but otherwise this is pretty good #smw{:TUP:}

If there's some demand, maybe. I need to go dig up the older versions and see how the insert differs
Posted by:  dtothefourth - | Link
dtothefourth
Originally posted by Shiva619
Is this made in C#?
C# yes
Posted by:  dtothefourth - | Link
obersteiner86
@Shiva619 look like net but not sure if it is c# or vb
Posted by: obersteiner86 - | Link
Dippy
Very cool tool!!
Posted by: Dippy - | Link
codfish1002
this tool is amazing #smrpg{:D}

it would of been more amazing if it could detect music from hacks that used the older addmusic tools like amm or am4

but otherwise this is pretty good #smw{:TUP:}
Posted by: codfish1002 - | Link
Shiva619
Is this made in C#?
Posted by: Shiva619 - | Link
Atari2.0
Originally posted by mish1
It says could not connect to music database on Pop-OS 20.10, could be that I'm using some ports that aren't on SMWC/I ported myself.

No, it's due to the fact that the db has some dependancies that don't work on linux
Posted by:  Atari2.0 - | Link
dtothefourth
Originally posted by Anas
Interesting concept for a tool. What about AMK-inserted songs found outside of SMWC?


It has to have a fingerprint in the database to be able to recognize a song. I've generated one for every song on SMWC but it doesn't know about songs anywhere else.
Posted by:  dtothefourth - | Link
Anas
Interesting concept for a tool. What about AMK-inserted songs found outside of SMWC?
Posted by: Anas - | Link
mish1
It says could not connect to music database on Pop-OS 20.10, could be that I'm using some ports that aren't on SMWC/I ported myself.
Posted by: mish1 - | Link
Ralshi02
this is gonna spare me a TON of time
Posted by: Ralshi02 - | Link
Infinity
This is cool
Posted by: Infinity - | Link

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