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    Bomberman 64 - Green Garden

    SMW Music → Bomberman 64 - Green Garden

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    KnusperBKN Link
    This is wonderful. I almost forgot about that gem from Bomberman 64.
    DeltaWooloo Link
    I remember hearing this in Super Mario Star Road. Hearing this again is giving me a lot of nostalgia. Great port, by the way. It may not sound as accurate as the original, but I can tell you use the samples from the original game. #smw{^_^}
    Hatsune Blake Link
    Wow, I absolutely love this!! You've done fantastic work. Good job!
    AppleBoy54321 Link
    Wait...this song is from Bomberman 64?! I thought it was from like, Mario Party or something!
    Brutapode89 Link
    Originally posted by 84GSMeister
    The samples are from the ROM directly, but most of them are downsampled to fit in ARAM. I always compromise the samples so that I give highest quality to the ones I think are the most important (like lead and drums in this one), but of course we all have different perception on that.

    I think it's unrealistic to expect it to sound exactly like original. There are probably some small improvements that can be done, but that's really close to the best I got, so sorry to disappoint you.


    Ah? And if you can't have all samples from the original game. No problem, you have done your best. Thanks.
    brickblock369 Link
    The rhythm timing should have a triplet-like beat.
    Akutarex Link
    Música pica, ouço todas as vezes durante o almoço
    Brutapode89 Link
    No, the music must be totally like in this video with samples of the N64 game, in fact. Sorry to have forgotten to precise that. Please, can you change samples? Thanks.
    84GSMeister Author Link
    The samples are from the ROM directly, but most of them are downsampled to fit in ARAM. I always compromise the samples so that I give highest quality to the ones I think are the most important (like lead and drums in this one), but of course we all have different perception on that.

    I think it's unrealistic to expect it to sound exactly like original. There are probably some small improvements that can be done, but that's really close to the best I got, so sorry to disappoint you.