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A bunch of SNES ports [Update: Waterworld song finished]
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As of last C3, I didn't really plan to do anything in advance for the event. But then I realized that I had a fair amount of (more or less) finished ports so I decided to submit those. I also started making one for the events but I don't think I'll be able to finish it before the event ends, rip.

Anyway, here's the pack: [DOWNLOAD].

What you'll find there:
  • Alcahest: Panakeian Temple and General of the Empire. Jun Ishikawa = <3.
  • Addams Family Values: Blizzard. Very chill and atmospheric song.
  • Secret of Mana: Meridian Dance. Final boss song from SoM. EPIC
  • Trials of Mana: Different Road and Black Soup. I only recently listened to this OST and fell in love with it.
  • Axelay: Silence. Great water level song, turned out surprisingly difficult to make.
  • Sonic CD (JP): Metallic Madness (Past). OK, this is not from a SNES game, you got me.
  • Winter Gold FX: Menus. Very catchy song, it was made for the SGDQ Race collaboration hack. I wish I could do more songs from this game but its engine is a pain to work with.
  • Plok: Main theme. Probably my favorite song from the OST besides Beach. This was a bitch to make.


I'll submit these soon™, and update this post if I ever finish the other song I started. Have a nice day!

Update


A week ago I started an ambitious port, and I managed to finish it in time for C3. Here it is: [DOWNLOAD].
It's Waterworld - Diving, probably one of the best songs composed for the SNES and Dean Evan's masterpiece. It still needs a couple of touches, but I think it's already in a pretty good state. Enjoy!
hell yeah more Plok! Awesome as always

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Originally posted by JP32
hell yeah more Plok! Awesome as always

Thank you! :)
Meridian Dance? MERIDIAN DANCE?!? Can i give you a hug? All of these are great!

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Sometimes... ya just gotta do.
That Addams Family track is very soothing. I love it.
The Panakeian Temple track sounds so familiar from a hack I've played but I can't pinpoint it. It is very good.
The Axelay port has this futuristic cave aura. It's interesting, and I like it as well.
Plok is Plok. I love the track and I'm impressed at how well you nailed, considering Plok tracks are apparently hard to work with.
hell yeah meridian dance. Just the presence of such a track merits the attention of anyone; it's amazing.
The two SD3 ports are very good as well.
The Winter Gold song is very funky, I had never listened to it prior but it sounds like something Tim Follin did. It's very good.

Overall? Impressive job. I look forward to using some of these.

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good stuff ;)

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Great work!
Originally posted by Far
Meridian Dance? MERIDIAN DANCE?!? Can i give you a hug? All of these are great!

Originally posted by Infinity
good stuff ;)

Originally posted by Erik
Overall? Impressive job. I look forward to using some of these.

Originally posted by N450
Great work!

Thanks very much guys! #wario{^_^}

Originally posted by Erik
The Panakeian Temple track sounds so familiar from a hack I've played but I can't pinpoint it.

A lot of hacks used the unsampled version (which is amazing btw), for example it was used in a couple of JUMP levels.

Originally posted by Erik
considering Plok tracks are apparently hard to work with.

Yeah, very much like Winter Gold, Plok's engine is rather different compared to the SMW one. The hardest part was trying to reproduce all the shenanigans with the electric guitar. |-O
Well damn, didn't know someone was ever going to port a song from Winter Gold anytime soon haha; I listened to the soundtrack a bit a while back, and ngl, for me the Menu theme was a real eyecatcher, so it's nice to see someone also thought the same

The Alcahest, Secret of Mana, Seiken Densetsu 3 (yeah, I ain't calling it Trials of Mana or whatever, especially when we're talking about the original SNES game instead, which didn't have that name before), Plok and Sonic CD ports are also very nice as well; doesn't help the fact that I also really love all of the composers assigned to those songs to death as well #wario{:)}

tho I think I should probably give a special mention to the Addams Family Values port, because goddamn, it sounds really legit good for SNES #wario{O_O}; the synths in this are so unbelievably good and nice, and the fucking echo feedback modulation AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

is the game made by Ocean or something? AFAIK, only they really did weird and impressive technical stuff like this on the SNES, and ngl, I'm kinda getting some Dean Evans vibes from this even if I know it's not him that made this track, so yeah, pretty weird :V
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Originally posted by Ultima
Well damn, didn't know someone was ever going to port a song from Winter Gold anytime soon haha; I listened to the soundtrack a bit a while back, and ngl, for me the Menu theme was a real eyecatcher, so it's nice to see someone also thought the same

The Alcahest, Secret of Mana, Seiken Densetsu 3 (yeah, I ain't calling it Trials of Mana or whatever, especially when we're talking about the original SNES game instead, which didn't have that name before), Plok and Sonic CD ports are also very nice as well; doesn't help the fact that I also really love all of the composers assigned to those songs to death as well #wario{:)}

Thank you very much :)

Originally posted by Ultima

tho I think I should probably give a special mention to the Addams Family Values port, because goddamn, it sounds really legit good for SNES #wario{O_O}; the synths in this are so unbelievably good and nice, and the fucking echo feedback modulation AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Yea the echo is used in a really impressive way in this port, and emulating those EFB changes was a pain (I had to do it manually each couple of ticks ugh...).

Originally posted by Ultima

is the game made by Ocean or something? AFAIK, only they really did weird and impressive technical stuff like this on the SNES, and ngl, I'm kinda getting some Dean Evans vibes from this even if I know it's not him that made this track, so yeah, pretty weird :V

Yep, it was made by Ocean, in fact I see the similarities with other Ocean games OSTs like Waterworld (on the engine side of course). I guess Ocean's strength was finding really good composers for their questionable games lol
Originally posted by KKevinM
Originally posted by Ultima

tho I think I should probably give a special mention to the Addams Family Values port, because goddamn, it sounds really legit good for SNES #wario{O_O}; the synths in this are so unbelievably good and nice, and the fucking echo feedback modulation AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

Yea the echo is used in a really impressive way in this port, and emulating those EFB changes was a pain (I had to do it manually each couple of ticks ugh...).

Originally posted by Ultima

is the game made by Ocean or something? AFAIK, only they really did weird and impressive technical stuff like this on the SNES, and ngl, I'm kinda getting some Dean Evans vibes from this even if I know it's not him that made this track, so yeah, pretty weird :V

Yep, it was made by Ocean, in fact I see the similarities with other Ocean games OSTs like Waterworld (on the engine side of course). I guess Ocean's strength was finding really good composers for their questionable games lol

Dude, that is absolutely wild! Ocean strikes again! And you just gone out of your way to recreate their crazy modulation effect things! I still really wish AMK could have those kind of effects, and a EFB fade effect would be nice too (it probably would have helped a lot more for you.)

But either way, I've always loved your ports, and your dedication to such complicated ones, and what seems like your use of SPCtoMML and going as far as to straightening out all it's mixups.
Keep up the good work!

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Originally posted by AntiDuck

Dude, that is absolutely wild! Ocean strikes again! And you just gone out of your way to recreate their crazy modulation effect things! I still really wish AMK could have those kind of effects, and a EFB fade effect would be nice too (it probably would have helped a lot more for you.)

Yea, I guess it wouldn't be too hard to add something like that, considering that AMK already added a bunch of features to the original engine (like remote commands), but I know it's a very niche thing,

Originally posted by AntiDuck

But either way, I've always loved your ports, and your dedication to such complicated ones, and what seems like your use of SPCtoMML and going as far as to straightening out all it's mixups.
Keep up the good work!

Thanks! I'm not very well versed with music theory in general, so I try to compensate by making ports as accurate as I can thanks to the SPC700 player power :)
All of those tracks are impressive to me.
Great job, especially that Axelay port ;)
Originally posted by Atari2.0
All of those tracks are impressive to me.
Great job, especially that Axelay port ;)

Thanks Atari #smw{:TUP:}
Blizzard is absolutely fantastic.
well done

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Originally posted by white_moth
Blizzard is absolutely fantastic.
well done

Thank you WM :)
Oh my god. I genuinely thought no one would ever even attempt Diving and you even managed to do a really good job at it. If it weren't for the fact that I know Diving by heart, this would easily look like a 1:1 port (I can give you some of the differences and errors I spotted), but I mean this is a friggin 5-and-a-half minute song and the fact you even tackled it is impressive on its own. Congrats!
Originally posted by KKevinM
A week ago I started an ambitious port, and I managed to finish it in time for C3. Here it is: [DOWNLOAD].
It's Waterworld - Diving, probably one of the best songs composed for the SNES and Dean Evan's masterpiece. It still needs a couple of touches, but I think it's already in a pretty good state. Enjoy!

on my fucking life this is incredible. I can only imagine how hard it was to port this one. I love it.

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Originally posted by Maxodex
Oh my god. I genuinely thought no one would ever even attempt Diving and you even managed to do a really good job at it. If it weren't for the fact that I know Diving by heart, this would easily look like a 1:1 port (I can give you some of the differences and errors I spotted), but I mean this is a friggin 5-and-a-half minute song and the fact you even tackled it is impressive on its own. Congrats!

Thank you very much! Yea right now I know some of the issues (volumes are slightly off, pitch modulated drums sound a bit off in a couple of spots, vibrato...) but if you want to point something for me I'd be grateful :)

Originally posted by Erik

on my fucking life this is incredible. I can only imagine how hard it was to port this one. I love it.

I appreciate it Erik :) It was a journey for sure haha
diving port is all kinds of fucked up. youre doing the devils work here
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