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Star Fox Zero [WEM File] by Vector Harbor at 6:28 PM EDT on April 23, 2016
I finally managed to get the files but it impossible to play on foobar... :This game is dedicated to our wingman who fell in battle

But the only solution was this : http://forum.xentax.com/viewtopic.php?p=66311#p66311

Here the converted one :

Ogg Vorbis

What about star fox guard...? https://mega.nz/#F!XIYgRDLR!oud1oBKzMghjzNcbsNpoOQ

Password : wiiufox

edited 6:48 PM EDT April 23, 2016
by starerik at 9:23 PM EDT on April 23, 2016
Thanks a lot! But is Nintendo for real with the 32khz sample rate? 2016?
by AnonRunzes at 10:56 PM EDT on April 23, 2016
@starerik - Nintendo is still Nintendo, though. I could resample their stuff for remastering purposes, but what can I do?

By the way, here is Star Fox Guard's .wem files. Includes all the .wem files, except the voices themselves, which are located in a specific folder designed for each language the voices were recorded in. They can be converted using the latest version of ww2ogg, but only some of them as you also need to use ima_rejigger5 for those as well since they are both Vorbis(most of the .wem files) and PCM(few of the .wem files) data.

edited 12:02 AM EDT April 24, 2016
by MurraySkull at 2:55 AM EDT on April 25, 2016
Well, here is a mostly tagged upload for Star Fox Zero:
https://www.mediafire.com/?kmlq9ldzd7aglkb
by CapComMDb at 10:00 PM EDT on April 27, 2016
Interesting. So it can export .wem files to .ogg, but not to other formats?

Thanks for finding a solution!
by hcs at 12:05 AM EDT on April 28, 2016
.wem can contain many different kinds of audio: PCM (as in a standard .wav), IMA ADPCM, XMA, etc. One format it supports is Vorbis, as in a .ogg, but it doesn't store it in the standard Ogg Vorbis format. ww2ogg takes those files and losslessly converts them to standard Ogg Vorbis. Converting to any other format (like PCM .wav or MP3) would involve decoding the Vorbis, which you can feel free to do, but ww2ogg tries to keep things as close as possible to the original data.
by DCX at 9:37 AM EDT on May 20, 2016
Does someone has done Tekken Tag 2 (Wii U Edition) ? Thanks.
by banshiryuu at 2:16 PM EDT on May 23, 2016
If anyone has access to Kirby and the Rainbow Curse, I noticed today that the files for all the level select and boss songs aren't with the rest of the soundtrack. They don't... sound sequenced, so maybe they're just hidden somewhere away from everything else for some reason?

If anyone's curious, it's the following songs in the sound test: 40, 41, 51, 63, 72, 74, 84, 86, 92, 93, 101, 102, 106, 107, 114
by Benjamin at 3:06 PM EDT on May 23, 2016
Most of the world songs are actually non-looped tracks that are BFWAVs, that are looped through sequencs. World 1 and the world map select are sequenced though. The world map select uses sequences for the guitar sound and the rest is one sample, World 1 is straight up sequenced though. The boss drums are also sequenced.
by banshiryuu at 6:11 PM EDT on May 27, 2016
Well I'll be damned, that's crazy. Thanks for the info though!

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