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SPC Converter for MuseScore

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Name: SPC Converter for MuseScore
Author: TheMightyBiz
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Operating System: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux
Platforms: SNES
Games: SMW
Source Available: Yes
Featured: No
Website: Link
Description: SPC Converter for MuseScore is a plugin for the open source notation software MuseScore. It allows you to write a score in musical notation using MuseScore, then export it as a text file which can be compiled by AddMusicK and inserted into an SMW romhack.

For a full description of how to use the tool, please see the readme included in the *.zip file (also available in the linked repository on GitLab).
Tags: addmusick compatible music smw spc
Comments: 9 (jump to comments)
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Xboy1282 Link
Originally posted by Torchkas
Originally posted by Xboy1282
This is cool but I wish you could use other things other than MuseScore like a midi. I also wish that the .txt wasn't just 1 line because it's not easy to edit stuff like the instruments if you don't use the header because I don't really know how to use the header and I have to organize the txt by myself to edit it
I found out how to change the instruments without going into the .txt, but it would still be nice if the .txt was organized better

or you could just import a midi into musescore
Yea I found that out a while ago, but what I don't know is how to loop certain parts of the song without editing the txt by hand.
TickTockClock Link
Excellent tool! Been using this for a couple of weeks now. It's helped me get into making ports as MML alone was overwhelming at first.
Torchkas Link
Originally posted by Xboy1282
This is cool but I wish you could use other things other than MuseScore like a midi. I also wish that the .txt wasn't just 1 line because it's not easy to edit stuff like the instruments if you don't use the header because I don't really know how to use the header and I have to organize the txt by myself to edit it
I found out how to change the instruments without going into the .txt, but it would still be nice if the .txt was organized better

or you could just import a midi into musescore
mason Link
Originally posted by Xboy1282
This is cool but I wish you could use other things other than MuseScore like a midi

This is a specialized tool, there exist tools that will convert MIDIs to MML already #smrpg{:O}
Xboy1282 Link
This is cool but I wish you could use other things other than MuseScore like a midi. I also wish that the .txt wasn't just 1 line because it's not easy to edit stuff like the instruments if you don't use the header because I don't really know how to use the header and I have to organize the txt by myself to edit it
I found out how to change the instruments without going into the .txt, but it would still be nice if the .txt was organized better
Sweetdude Link
Really good tool, already tried it and made a port with it, works fairly well, the issue is when you have more than 8 channels of instruments, you will need to split the song in musescore
 imamelia Link
I hope this gets accepted and works well. Being able to use MuseScore for ports and compositions instead of doing them directly in the text file seems pretty useful.
Klug Link
Neat-o! I bet qantuum would love to use it.
mason Link
wow, super cool tool. can't wait to give it a shot!