Post by Doan the Nado on Mar 19, 2006 13:49:49 GMT -5
I'll get these up somewhere on the Domain once I'm back in Columbus. It would be a lot easier for me to put them up if you could please e-mail them to email@example.com. Otherwise, we'll have to worry about expiring links and download times, so...
feel free to use my custom music...though it's nothing spectacular. i was planning on making more for ss2, but i really need to conserve memory. hey, at least they'll be short files since they're basically four measures over and over again...
but they still were a b*tch to make...
Black all around me, even the water. The water’s not really black, of course. Reflection from the sky. Water’s like a mirror sometimes. Lets you see your face in it, anyway. Reflecting the night’s face, then, isn’t it? Does the night have a face? It must. Otherwise the water couldn’t reflect it.
I am made from the dust of the stars and the oceans flow in my veins
Post by Dungeon Warden on Mar 21, 2006 22:40:12 GMT -5
You did a good bit of work remixing those tunes.
Just for the record, if anyone wants any of this music in any other format (.wav or .MP3 for example), let me know. The sound equipment at my school can convert almost any type of file into any other type.
You have my permission. As far as I can remember, I have my take on the Zelda theme, the Tetris music, and the original compositions in my Vanished Nights demo. And I have one more RPGM2 composition in an unreleased demo of Vanished Nights (one of the better ones I think). So if you want that one, let me know and I'll have to send you that newer VN demo (I have the new music playing in the first room of the dungeon in that demo).
Post by Dungeon Warden on Mar 25, 2006 20:17:31 GMT -5
Can any of this equipment make improvements (smaller file size - same quality , or just improved sound)?
If so I can contact The True Coolness, who offered to make the files from his PS2 if I sent him the file with the script that plays all the music.. (which I still have to do!)
He has better equipment than I and can make better source files.
Whatever you deem better...
There is a professional music mixer here that can allow near endless customization of music tracks, but it's a lot of work to remix music. I was just offering to convert the music into other formats since you said the files won't work on a MAC. If you want the files smaller, MP3s are small files which still maintain most of the sound quality.
If The True Coolness has the equipment and the time to redo the music then by all means let him do it.
Post by thetruecoolness on Mar 25, 2006 23:49:57 GMT -5
Well while I don't have the latest and greatest sound card it is an Audigy2, and the couple of audio tracks I've recorded from games, I have which had music I like, have turned out flawless. It does mp3, wav, and wma. I definitly notice a difference when I record on my dorm computer and the home one which still just uses the built-in sound on the motherboard. Motherboard audio usually has more noise in it due to how close the circuits are other noise inducing things.
So just let me know when you're done with the scripts and such. Though it doesn't make a huge difference it always helps to start out with a higher quality recording especially when using lossy codecs like WMA and MP3.