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About extracting from the Gigapack by Xane123 at 3:50 PM EDT on March 19, 2017
I know it was on the previous page but...

@G-Boy: Use CDXtract to listen

to and export the samples from the Gigapack; The program has limitations but allows extracting and previewing samples in the free version. I see from previous pages it didn't work for you, so if there are samples you want ripped from it, if I can get it working on my current laptop, I'll give them to you.

EDIT: Now it's two pages back!

edited 7:14 PM EDT March 19, 2017
About extracting from the Gigapack by G-Boy at 3:12 AM EDT on March 20, 2017
@Xane123
How do you open the files in CDXtract?
by Enclave123 at 1:53 PM EDT on March 20, 2017
I find a goldeneye sample when listening to the world presets in synthmania.

http://www.synthmania.com/Roland%20SR-JV80-05%20World/Audio/214%20Rain%20Stick.mp3

It plays in one of the muitiplayer tracks, i think it call Jungle Perimeter.

I also find another familiar sounding preset it plays in the first timesplitters in the track chemical plant.

http://www.synthmania.com/Roland%20SR-JV80-05%20World/Audio/142%20Euro%20Zither.mp3


I also find another familiar sounding preset, it was use in the chinese level of timesplitters.

http://www.synthmania.com/Roland%20SR-JV80-05%20World/Audio/077%20Gong%20Menu.mp3


edited 2:15 PM EDT March 20, 2017
How to use CDXtract by Xane123 at 11:06 AM EDT on March 21, 2017
@G-Boy: Download and install the CDXtract demo then:

* Start the program and open the "Virtual drives" menu and "Open disc image".
* Locate your sample disc (like E-BSGK1.bin) and open it.
* A drive will appear in the left-most list, for me named (KRZ). Double-click that and the list of banks will appear.

That's how you open one; To preview a sample, click a bank on the second list then a sample on the third and it'll automatically play. You can save it from there.

edited 11:08 AM EDT March 21, 2017
by G-Boy at 11:45 AM EDT on March 21, 2017
@Xane123
The first bin file I extracted from the R00 files was corrupted, but when I extracted it again, it worked! Thank you so much!
by G-Boy at 12:25 PM EDT on March 21, 2017
I'm just gonna put this here in case the site you can download the Gigapack from will be down!

EDIT: I realized that it only converted the first preset, but I'll keep the link anyway.

edited 1:00 PM EDT March 21, 2017
by Enclave123 at 2:38 PM EDT on March 21, 2017

Turns out the rock organ that was often used in rareware games like Blast Corps and Diddy Kong Racing is in the GM midi preset known as Organ 3 in my Jv1080.
by Xane123 at 6:38 PM EDT on March 21, 2017
@G-Boy: No problem; I wanted to help you get it working so you could identify instruments!

Also, it extracts only the first preset, but it allows saving any sample as a WAV file.

Also, now I wonder...I downloaded the Gigapack previously, but where to download others...

edited 6:56 PM EDT March 21, 2017
by PokeMusic at 7:21 PM EDT on March 21, 2017
According to G-Boy's instrument list, there are some new Diamond and Pearl and Mystery Dungeon instruments. Whoever runs the Pokémon instrument list should update it.
by G-Boy at 4:45 AM EDT on March 22, 2017
@PokeMusic
Alex Naveira runs the NEW Pokémon VGM Sound Sources spreadsheet.

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