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by dj4uk6cjm at 10:34 PM EDT on October 8, 2015
Come to think of it, did the ps1 version of Glover ever use sequences? I think there is a psf rip on josh site but I don't have time to check, would be awesome if it supported the vab format or something.
by punk7890-2 at 11:25 PM EDT on October 8, 2015
That sequence is the standard Nintendo 64 format. It should be supported by N64miditool. If not, you could try throwing those extracted sequences in VGMtrans (n64 one).

edited 11:25 PM EDT October 8, 2015
by dj4uk6cjm at 12:48 PM EDT on October 9, 2015
Unfortunately none of those two work on this type of sequence, dunno what to do next except wait until someone deciphers it more I guess.
by icecream at 10:15 AM EDT on October 13, 2015
Since I'm the only one who seems to have noticed, the "Alice's Dream" preset in Stylus RMX (sorry this was initially removed from the comment) is used in both Pokemon X and Y (Friend Safari) and Mario and Luigi: Dream Team (Dreamy Sandstorm).

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by Benjamin at 3:06 PM EDT on October 13, 2015
Preset for what soundfont? I can't find any info.

EDIT: NVM, that seems to be Stylus RMX. Mario and Luigi: Dream Team seems to use some Stylus RMX sounds (along with Spectrasonics Omnisphere for its synth sounds). I also heard "Sonar" and "Paulo" and "Deepknee" in Dreambeets, Nightmare Lullaby, and Dreamy Somnom Labyrinth respectively. I think I might've heard some Apple Logic Pro in there too, though there could be a few songs that use other sounds.

edited 3:25 PM EDT October 13, 2015
by icecream at 3:34 PM EDT on October 13, 2015
Yeah it's Stylus RMX, I edited my comment so many times I took it out and forgot to put it back in, sorry about that :P

But yeah, it's the same preset in both songs.

edited 3:36 PM EDT October 13, 2015
by icecream at 10:38 PM EDT on October 14, 2015
Also Wonder Trade in the gen 6 Pokemon games uses the "Floating" preset (specifically Combo 2) from Stylus RMX.
by Master_E at 12:06 AM EDT on October 21, 2015
Since this thread is to good to let slide off the front page, might as well give you guys something to look up.

Any ideas on what Go Ichinose used for Gen 4 of Pokemon?

The orchestral sounds, primarily the woodwinds, used in HG/SS were sublime. And that Overdriven Guitar has a certain character to it that I would like to hear without those silly "echos" used during the looping of the samples.
by rebooter23 at 7:27 AM EDT on October 21, 2015
In the new Zelda Triforce Heroes we hear a lot Spectrasonics Omnisphere Choirs
by punk7890-2 at 2:26 PM EDT on October 21, 2015
@Master_E Post a YouTube link of the tracks in question and I'll have a listen sometime.

There is also some East West Symphonic Orchestra in there. Specifically I hear a lot of it's timpani's.

edited 2:26 PM EDT October 21, 2015

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