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by snakemeat at 10:06 AM EST on January 9, 2009
Thanks for all the cool stuffs UF.
by Knurek at 12:23 PM EST on January 9, 2009
So, since I can't upload stuff to the hoot archive ATM (account has been disabled temporarily due to the virus infection), here's the GBS Penultimate Archive update:

http://2sf.hcs64.com/gbs/

First file is the complete collection, I've upped the single files as well in case someone wants do do a manual update.

Lotsa minor credit fixes here and there, also all new ugetab/2CH rips have been included.

Stuff to do in the next update - add GBC mark for Color games, add basic playlists for all files (preferably timed, but since there's no autotimer in sight, prolly with some default duration).
Prolly sometime in 2010. :D
by unknownfile at 5:02 PM EST on January 9, 2009
All of the Donkey Kong Country games are in gsfopt.

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And they're up. Go get 'em.

edited 5:42 PM EST January 9, 2009
by nensondubois at 7:58 PM EST on January 10, 2009
The Classic NES/Mini Famicom series sucks on the GBA so there's no need to ever rip them.
by Knurek at 4:47 AM EST on January 11, 2009
Donkey Kong Country GBA timed and tagged by Tanookirby:

http://2sf.hcs64.com/gsf/Donkey%20Kong%20Country%20%5bSuper%20Donkey%20Kong%5d%20(2003)(Rare,%20Nintendo).zip
Nintendo MIDI Format Converter by MarkGrass at 12:20 AM EST on January 12, 2009
I stumbled across a [seemingly] useful app while browsing through the contents of a certain, unnamed SDK (please don't ask what it is or where I obtained it) ;P

It's called 'gm2song'. It will convert Standard MIDI files to any of the following Nintendo MIDI formats:

GameBoy
GameBoy Advance
Nintendo 64
Dolphin

I don't know if it can help anyone out (perhaps messiaen and his interest in M64, or anyone else out there looking to develop/improve an application/study the console-generic formats), but here it is.

gm2song
by SmartOne at 1:56 PM EST on January 12, 2009
Thanks for all the work, especially the Donkey Kong Country 3 GSF! It was a pain using VBA-M through the sound test to listen to the music.

Should you include the different Earphone versions of Pokemon Yellow in the GBS archive?

Is Highly Advanced .11 still the most recent and best GSF player? It's kinda bad overall. The closest I've been able to get it to sound like a real GBA is with the Lowpass filter enabled and no interpolation. Wouldn't it be cool if a GSF player had a magical option to remove GBA's signature hiss? That would be magical!
by Omochao at 5:17 AM EST on January 13, 2009
Provided filenames for DKC2-3 and King of Swing.

DKC2: http://www.sendspace.com/file/z1hcj3
DKC3: http://www.sendspace.com/file/3mrrkh
King of Swing: http://www.sendspace.com/file/885inr
by Lunar at 6:33 AM EST on January 13, 2009
don't stop at filenames
by unknownfile at 8:30 AM EST on January 13, 2009
I agree with this man.

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