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Download v3 sd2snes buzz fix:
http://bszelda.zeldalegends.net/stuff/Con/sma_msu1_patch.zip


PCM set by Kurrono v3 (added theme 43):
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1vskWxEffiOeZRkZtDD5kE9aKmel9ifvu/view?usp=drivesdk

PCM set by Enmet v2 (corrected by pepillopev):
https://app.box.com/s/xfzapemfoq7ue9sw2ylwe888vx7fst3p

Description: This patch works on US Version of non-headered Super Mario Allstars WITHOUT Super Mario World (SMW is covered by other hacks).


Last edited by Conn on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 18:51; edited 9 times in total
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Post on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 13:54 by pepillopev

Conn wrote:Ah I see. Good that I do not label with label1, label2, label3 Razz
*joking...

If I do that a lot in my code, I do apologize, but its the only way I can keep my brain in check (sometimes, coding to quickly I forget why something was done a certain way, those extra labels jog my memory). I did get the joke, though (no hard feelings, it was in good taste).

Every now and then, Kurrono asks questions and I have to review my old code to refresh myself in order to provide a proper answer.

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Post on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 14:58 by Conn

Awesome that you are taking care of Enmet's themes Smile

And no, I wasn't referring to your asm:s, which are incredible clean; I referred to mine, where I am always quite sloppy and code that stuff down without any documentation. It was also your inspiring way to code that I try to take care of that some other may read it as well and make even comments from time to time.
Labelling with meaningful names is something I learned in the past, also through looking into your asm:s... and I have really no problems reading your codes, also your labelling system is thorough. Only thing I remember, where I had problems was Gradius, where the code went too complex so I preferred coding it from scratch Embarassed

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Post on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 15:23 by pepillopev

Ok, the link to the 'FF' normalized tracks are live. If anyone still wants them lower, let me know.

* normalized enmet super mario all-stars set
https://app.box.com/s/xfzapemfoq7ue9sw2ylwe888vx7fst3p

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Post on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 15:28 by pepillopev

Conn wrote:Only thing I remember, where I had problems was Gradius, where the code went too complex so I preferred coding it from scratch Embarassed

Don't remind me. Even that code was hard for me to follow, LOL. It was a big mess (my Dracula X attempt was too). I learned my lesson to avoid using RAM as indicators when tracks change whenever possible.

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Post on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 16:25 by Conn

Thanks allot Smile
I'm out now and update when back Home Embarassed

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Post on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 18:42 by Conn

Nice work Pev, however there are 2 small things:
1, for my taste the volume could be still a bit lower (only a tick- but that is just me, you can leave it as it is if you like it more on this level).
2, you unfortunately called the msu files
sma-msu1-x.pcm while I use
sma_msu1-x.pcm,
so it is incompatible with the other files I provide (xml, msu, readme).
I would simply set my files in the patch file to your naming system, but unfortunately also Kurrono's pack uses my system, so it would be better if you'd rename it... sorry, hope you don't mind Very Happy

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Post on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 18:48 by pepillopev

Sorry about the file name change. I just forgot to rename it back to your own 'sma_msu1' standard naming scheme. I am uploading the corrected filenames now. It should be there by the time this response is posted.

If more people prefer me to drop the volume level more, I will. It really is not a bother now that I know how to do it all at once for all the files (as oppose to the old one by one method).

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Post on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 18:53 by Conn

Thanks, first post link updated Very Happy
Hope we can close this project then... how did you rename the files so quick, I usually do this by hand.. Is there a trick or something to make it faster?

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Post on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 18:55 by pepillopev

I think I mentioned this in a previous thread a while back. There is a program called Bulk Rename Utility. This program allows you to rename multiple files with the same naming scheme at once without affecting other characters of the filename. And the best part, its freeware.

* App link below:
http://www.bulkrenameutility.co.uk/Version.php?Version=3.0.0.1

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Post on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 19:55 by Conn

Thanks Very Happy This will safe me a lot of pain!

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Post on Sun 21 Jan 2018 - 20:01 by pepillopev

Not a problem. Anything that makes our lives easier, I will gladly share.

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