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by punk7890-2 at 4:04 AM EDT on April 1, 2016
Wow you're right. Great find! Even the forest temple log drum thingy is in there. Nice catch!
by Benjamin at 9:21 AM EDT on April 1, 2016
I'd like to add an update to the Sony sounds I found in PM:TTYD.

Spectral LFO 1 was used in Shadow Queen's pre-battle theme and Techno Jazz - kick was used in Shadow Peach's battle theme, both from "Electronica Grooves: Cyclotronic Resonator". One of Downtempo Beats' drum loops is used in the first Palace of Shadow theme (strangely, in the Sample Loop Pack you can download for free, it's listed as Packet 01-01, but in the actual version I have, it's listed as Packet 39-08.

Strangely enough, they're all sounds that could be previewable on Sony's website, and I didn't hear anything else from them.
by peronmls at 9:39 AM EDT on April 1, 2016
@ArcenyHax
Upload them.
by icecream at 9:40 AM EDT on April 1, 2016
About the spreadsheet, is this the final way of organising it? If it is I can't say I'm completely fond of it. Putting aside how hard it is for me to navigate without Control-F, it seems like there is one entry for each usage of a sound rather than one entry for every sound/patch, which I think would be a little more informative (and interesting).

Then again, I'm probably misguided, so if there is a benefit to this format that I'm not seeing, feel free to tell me so.
by AceK at 1:09 PM EDT on April 1, 2016
You are still able to use Ctrl+F to navigate. In particular, you are able to "sort" the spreadsheet into what game you would like to navigate, or what sound collection you would like to view simply by right-clicking the A~G tab of particular choice, and selecting the sort button (can be important for those that want to submit findings, but the way people can name the particular topics can differ to make "finding" in the forums tedious).

In the case of finding all particular uses of the sound itself, it would be best to sort A-Z on Column B.

edited 1:12 PM EDT April 1, 2016
by ArcenyHax at 1:26 PM EDT on April 1, 2016
Okay.

What's the best way to sample it?

I want to get the highest quality possible.
by punk7890-2 at 3:54 PM EDT on April 1, 2016
@AceK While a spreadsheet is a decent idea, I'm still with the wiki idea. With a wiki we'd allow users to register and post their own finds. We'd be able to see the history of what users add what to each page along with information on the library and post YouTube links with a timestamp pointing to the sample. We'd also add a page for the library's and what games they are used in. Also with a spreadsheet, this work would generally be left solely to you to do this job of collecting everything everybody has posted here.

@ArcenyHax I uploaded them. Hope you don't mind. Also, I think this is all you where talking about? Grab them here.

edited 3:54 PM EDT April 1, 2016
by ArcenyHax at 4:15 PM EDT on April 1, 2016
Yep. That was it. :)

This has been bothering me for a bit, but has anyone by chance found the guitar hit sample in the Fire Temple?

Also Zero G released a free sample pack of one of their atmosphere pad products, but I missed out on it. :(

edited 4:18 PM EDT April 1, 2016
by AceK at 4:29 PM EDT on April 1, 2016
@punk7890-2

The wiki support of having history is interesting, something I forgot about overtime. I'm used to seeing either of these two being used, but a wiki might be more acceptable since the "comments" portion maybe more flexible in the wiki. I don't really have much of an idea on how to start a wiki, but if you have connections of some sort to get a wiki started, I will replace the spreadsheet in the first post in favor of the wiki (that is if no one has any objection to it).

Any other ideas on how to improve a database filled with VGM sources for ease of access?

EDIT: @punk7890-2 My only concern is how flexible is the sorting system using a wiki page?

edited 4:35 PM EDT April 1, 2016
by Nisto at 5:43 PM EDT on April 1, 2016
punk7890-2, where did you source the ProEthnicKit from? Do you own an M1 as well? I looked for it in the M1 "Legacy Collection" standalone program but couldn't find it.

edited 5:46 PM EDT April 1, 2016

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