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Post by Conn on Mon 1 Jun 2020 - 6:06

By chance qwertymodo found a site with many music rips, like switch, neogeo and others:

http://switch.joshw.info/


Here are all links from joshsw, not all can be converted by looping audio converter (like gba sf files), but e.g., switch is very easily possible:
Code:
Pc music archives http://pc.joshw.info/

FM towns music archive http://fmtowns.joshw.info/

Hoot music archives http://hoot.joshw.info/

S98 music archives http://s98.joshw.info/

Switch music archives http://switch.joshw.info/

Msx music archives http://kss.joshw.info/

Nes music archives http://nsf.joshw.info/

Snes music archives http://spc.joshw.info/

Nintendo 64 http://usf.joshw.info/

Gamecube http://gcn.joshw.info/

Nintendo Wii http://wii.joshw.info/

Nintendo Wii u http://wiiu.joshw.info/

Segacd/Sega mega drive http://smd.joshw.info/

Saturn http://ssf.joshw.info/

Dreamcast http://dsf.joshw.info/

Pc engine http://hes.joshw.info/

Neo Geo http://ncd.joshw.info/

Playstation http://psf.joshw.info/

Playstation 2 http://psf2.joshw.info/

Playstation 3 http://psf3.joshw.info/

Playstation 4 http://psf4.joshw.info/

Xbox http://xbox.joshw.info/

Xbox360 http://x360.joshw.info/

3do http://3do.joshw.info/

Gameboy http://gbs.joshw.info/

Gameboy A http://gsf.joshw.info/

Nintendo DS http://2sf.joshw.info/

Nintendo 3ds http://3sf.joshw.info/

Wonder swan http://wsr.joshw.info/

Playstion portable http://psp.joshw.info/

Playstation Vita http://vita.joshw.info/

Here is another source found by brutapode, where you can download gba, n64 and other musics directly in bfrstm format to convert via looping audio converter:

Code:
https://www.smashcustommusic.net/

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The files are in hca, adx, bfrstm or other unusual formats, but the best is: they contain looping information.
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Use this program to directly convert the rips into looped PCM format:

https://github.com/libertyernie/LoopingAudioConverter/releases

You only need to select "MSU-1" and you get completely looped pcm output:
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RedScorpion currently works on Star Ocean: First Departure R pcm set.

So this source may give the possibility to easily create any pcm sets from remakes (neogeo, switch, ps4... ....) Very Happy

You only need to map the output pcm files to the correct pcm to play.

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Additional Notes:

You can amplify the output pcm volume directly with this "LoopingAudioConverter" program, but also have the option to amplify after conversion using following tool (that leaves the loop points intact):
https://www.zeldix.net/t2068-msu-1-re-normalization-lower-pcm-volume

You can listen the converted pcm files using this tool:
https://www.zeldix.net/t1543-msu-1-audio-player


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Post by qwertymodo on Mon 1 Jun 2020 - 11:50

I think this is going to be fixed in the next release, but there is currently a bug with MSU-1 output where it doesn't force 44.1KHz sample rate, so e.g. if the original file was 48KHz, it will play back in slow motion.  To work around this, be sure to check the New Sample Rate box and enter 44100. One nice thing about using the amplification settings within LoopingAudioConverter itself is that it maintains the volume levels relative to each other, so loud tracks stay loud and quiet tracks stay quiet, it just adjusts the "master volume" on the entire batch. Normally you wouldn't necessarily want that, but since these files are actual in-game audio rips, the loud tracks are *supposed to be* loud and vice versa, so you can just keep the levels relative to their originals, and save yourself a lot of work on manual normalization.
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Post by Brutapode89 on Mon 1 Jun 2020 - 13:30

- Alright! I already know use it myself! Very Happy

- Starfox Adventures is missing.
- It's not working with cartridge musics like N64, NDS, GBA and other-- Sad
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Post by Conn on Tue 2 Jun 2020 - 5:40

Starfox Adventures is missing.
You can find the OST here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uDlL1RXS23c
you need however to learn to manually loop the ripped mp3 files (old fashion way).

It's not working with cartridge musics like N64, NDS, GBA and other--
You have 2 options:
- you can write to libertyernie (the author of this looping audio converter) and ask him to support these formats as well
(I found a couple of already requested formats here: https://github.com/libertyernie/LoopingAudioConverter/issues ), or

- you try to convert these music formats yourself into wave files (for most music formats, there exist converters - google is your friend). Unfortunately I guess you need to find the correct looping points manually then:
https://www.zeldix.net/t1400-msupcm
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Post by Brutapode89 on Sun 7 Jun 2020 - 9:55

GUYS! I found a site to download brstm files (N64 musics, NDS musics, GBA musics and other musics) and to convert easily these in MSU-1 with Looping Audio Converter! Very Happy

https://www.smashcustommusic.net/
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Post by Conn on Sun 7 Jun 2020 - 10:14

Nice Very Happy also star fox adventure themes are there. I added this source into first post.
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