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Gaming, technology, movies, logos, (Western) animation.
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19 May 2013 - 10:49 AMI wonder if there's a video of James Rolfe trying out for Robotnik and Sonic...
24 April 2013 - 07:26 PM^ I figure I should stop procrastinating and give you an answer: I haven't provided the song despite reading your posts because I'm personally dissatisfied with how it came out, so I feel uncomfortable spreading it around. The song starts with orchestra hits on PSG, an immediate sign that the channel distribution is all kinds of wrong. :P
Are you looking for my particular mix, or simply the song? It's easy enough to listen to the source material.
Alternate mix from both games (differences are minor enough to not link both versions)
I ripped the data for my mix of the song from the Sonic Pinball Party version, then filled in the missing notes by ear.
Your mix in particular, which I happened to enjoy. Sorry for the late reply!
04 April 2013 - 01:57 PMAlright then, thanks for clarifying.
04 April 2013 - 11:42 AMFriendly tip from someone who still has a few GYM files - in 2013, if you're still creating GYM files, you're doing it so, SO wrong. VGM has superseded it in every way. And both have the same style of recording, so a GYM would still have SFX in.
If you record in .wav, will it have the sound effects included?
31 March 2013 - 02:07 PMSorry to bump, but...
Doesn't Kega Fusion allow you to record .gym files? Or something like that.
Do .gym files allow you to record the song without the sound effects included? I tried doing that by recording .VGM via Kega Fusion, but it had the sound effects included.
Problem is that this song is the final boss fight of S2RR, so I can't record the beginning of the song properly, because of the Silver Sonic hovering noise always dropping in. >:/