Discussion in 'General Sonic Discussion' started by Shadix, Aug 7, 2008.
Meh, just a few more samples I noticed. These also come from Ueberschall Techno Identity Developer Kit.
Sonic 3 DAC sample 'AA' - GO
This is a pretty common sample, I heard it on some Konami/Bemani music games. Not the origin though obviously.
Sonic 1 snare rears it's head again. I still can't find the stand alone sample though.
Sonic 1 Snare, directly from Roland TR626
Sonic 1/2 Kick drum can be heard in Super Monaco GP in higher quality.
The 'GO' sample comes from this song and appears at 1:56 (WhoSampled.com helped me in this one!)
Learned this one from Hinchy:
Holy crap, right? It's totally Ice Cap, start to finish. Brad Buxer was apparently in the band, so I guess this clears up at least one mystery.
And this was recorded in 1982? That's a mystery solved, folks.
I've submitted that to WhoSampled. That can't go unnoticed!!
That's really something else! Made my day hearing that, hahaha!
EDIT: So is that why we later got this?
It's a distinct possibility, I think.
No because that song was unreleased until 2009 when Fervor Records started selling it.
AAAAAAAAAA finally :D!
Thank you so much for getting the right Drum machine! <3
So the "GO!" sample was never MJ but Run-D.M.C. all this time?
It sounds like so!
And the 'Come on!' comes from this song (0:15)
This is surprisingly very accurate to what is used in Sonic 3!
Unless there are other songs that also sampled the 'Go!' and 'Come On!' sample, we can say these are the origins, or even the inspiration behind what we hear in the game music itself.
So I was playing around with my Korg Legacy M1 VSTi and noticed that the instrument "Busy Talk" sounded a lot like the lead from the Robotnik theme in AoStH.
I quickly threw this together to demonstrate it. The rhythm is a sample from the real song, but the rest is the Korg M1.
Original, for reference:
Lost World cutscene from 0:10 on
immediately reminded me of none other than Super Mario 3
Sonic, how could you!? Lol
14:30 sounds like Spring Yard eh?
I did a quick search on 3 Coins in a Fountain, a title that many songs share, but couldn't find this one (perhaps it was an original composition by Carl Stalling). It's not helpful that it's the only track in the cartoon without a punnified artist title.
Its also in that zero-g library that the "turn it up" sample is from. I have no idea who took it from who though.
@retroman: Nice find!
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