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by Xane123 at 8:39 PM EDT on October 8, 2016
@punk7890-2: Ah, interesting! A VST, the Sound Canvas-88 again, and an orchestra-sample-thing...interesting.

If the samples were ripped from the game or that CDVDMAP file, it'd be cool, but one day I should consider getting the stuff the composers use! [s]My songs "The Nightlife" and "You're Under Arrest!" demonstrate how I handle Gigapack samples, anyways.[/s]

Still, thanks; I should've linked to some of the songs on YouTube but it's frustrating looking at my HCS64 thread about the game that only has my posts in it, so I just rushed the question here; It's dumb Graffiti Kingdom chose the SMD/SWD format.

edited 1:10 AM EDT October 9, 2016
by Ghignarda at 12:48 AM EDT on October 9, 2016
@punk7890-2: Thank you for confirming it's likely to be an SC-88 and other modules.

Is it possible the beginning sound is being modulated, and based off the In da Cave sample? They sound fairly similar.
Sound Canvas Again by G-Boy at 1:43 PM EDT on October 9, 2016
Samples: Slow Violin, Slow Strings
Sound Library: Roland SC-55
Song: A Party at Peach's Castle
Game: Paper Mario

edited 1:48 PM EDT October 9, 2016

edited 1:49 PM EDT October 9, 2016
Sound Canvas Again Again by G-Boy at 2:32 PM EDT on October 9, 2016
Sample: E. Piano 2
Sound Library: Roland SC-88
Song: Princess in Distress
Game: Paper Mario
Sound Canvas Again Again Again by G-Boy at 2:39 PM EDT on October 9, 2016
Sample: Clarinet
Sound Library: Roland SC-88
Song: Koopa Village
Game: Paper Mario
Sound Canvas Again Again Again Again by G-Boy at 2:44 PM EDT on October 9, 2016
Sample: Synth Brass 1
Sound Library: Roland SC-55
Song: Koopa Village
Game: Paper Mario

Wow... I didn't know the Roland Sound Canvas was used this much in Paper Mario.
Sound Canvas Again Again Again Again Again by G-Boy at 2:47 PM EDT on October 9, 2016
Sample: Whistle
Sound Libary: Roland SC-55
Song: General Guy's March
Game: Paper Mario

Now I finally know where I recognized that whistle sample from.

edited 2:49 PM EDT October 9, 2016

edited 2:49 PM EDT October 9, 2016
Sound Canvas Again Again Again Again Again Again by G-Boy at 3:00 PM EDT on October 9, 2016
Sample: Sitar
Sound Library: Roland SC-88Pro
Song: Angry Bowser
Game: Paper Mario
by punk7890-2 at 8:01 PM EDT on October 9, 2016
The entirety of Paper Mario is SC-88 IIRC. I found that out while working on the audio format for the game.

Also, it would be much more appropriate if you edit your post rather then making a ton of essentially the same post.

edited 8:02 PM EDT October 9, 2016
by felineki at 10:31 PM EDT on October 9, 2016
>However, that sample may have its origin in a previous Roland synth.

This is very true. Lots of the ubiquitous Roland samples you hear in the Sound Canvas series and other modules date back to the S-50 sampler which came out back in the 80s.

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