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Thirty Dollar Website

BRR Samples → Thirty Dollar Website

Submission Details

Name: Thirty Dollar Website
Author: Fullcannon
Version History: View
Collection: Compilation
Description: Don't you lecture me with your thirty dollar BRR sample pack!

This sample pack includes all possible sample combinations from the new hit online sequencer, which includes clips, internet memes, sequencers, voices and video game sounds into one organized package.
Tags: acoustic bass banjo bongo celesta clap claves closed hi-hat cowbell crystal fx distortion guitar drawbar organ electric piano explosion flute glockenspiel gun shot hammer honky-tonk piano kick laughing nylon guitar orchestral harp orchestral hit sawtooth scratch screaming sine wave slap slap bass snare square steel drums taiko telephone trumpet tuba tubular bell voice wooden block xylophone
Comments: 4 (jump to comments)
Download 2.04 MiB | 364 downloads

Comments (4)

williammajeski From older version: Thirty Dollar Website Link
Your Super Mario World ROM hack looks like a fantastic and creative addition to the SMW hacking community! The level design, custom sprites, and overall aesthetic seem well-crafted and intriguing. I appreciate the detailed description and the effort you've invested in providing a unique gameplay experience. Keep up the excellent work.
TheRealGDColon From older version: Thirty Dollar Website Link
Site creator here (and novice romhacker a long time ago). This is absolutely beautiful, well done. I unironically wanna play around with this.
 icrawfish From older version: Thirty Dollar Website Link
I looked into why the SPC previews weren't working for this and the Roland R-8 sample pack, and from what I've learned, if you either have too many files or to large of an overall file size, the site won't scan the .zip folder for SPC's to preview (in these two cases it's almost definitely due to the large number of preview SPC's, since other sample packs with more samples and less SPC's work; although other smaller sample packs have run into similar issues as well). I've asked others if this was fixable, but there doesn't seem to be any plans to change the limitations, so for future reference it might be good to either find a way to reduce the number of preview SPC's used for large packs like this or move forward with the knowledge that they might not preview after a certain point. I really wish it could be fixed, but I don't have that kind of power.
MercuryPenny From older version: Thirty Dollar Website Link
30 dollar haircut.spc is one of the funniest things i've heard in the past several years