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by hcs at 11:10 PM EDT on April 21, 2009
Sorry to push this onto a new page (regarding Knurek's awesome collection at hoot.hcs64.com), but it requires emphasis.

be warned though, more than one connection per IP == autoban
be warned though, more than one connection per IP == autoban
be warned though, more than one connection per IP == autoban

It's been only a few hours there are already two IP bans in place. I understand that it's a lot of files, guys, and I fully support using a download manager to handle it, but if it uses as many connections as it can gobble up it will very quickly consume all RAM on my server.
I will happily unban you if you can demonstrate that you have tamed your client.
by nensondubois at 6:51 PM EDT on April 23, 2009
Almost all of the files need updates.
by Knurek at 7:13 PM EDT on April 23, 2009
This is probably caused by the fact, that I've torrentzipped all the sets.

In other news spc.hcs64.com is GO...er.
Full SPC reorg, including all files from snesmusic.org plus about a hundred of other dumps (untitled, but timed).

Other difference between this and snesmusic is that SPC files inside RSN archives were renamed from 8.3 format to proper song names.

Example:

Tales of Phantasia (1995)(Wolfteam)(Namco):

top-101.spc -> 101 Decisive.spc

And of course, this one works ATM.

edited 7:16 PM EDT April 23, 2009
by Lunar at 10:26 AM EDT on April 24, 2009
To hell with 8.3 naming. That makes entirely so much more sense. That said, I like keeping my sets rar'd.

This has arrived at a perfect time, considering snesmusic is shitting itself at the moment. What's up with that? Datschge forget to pay his bills? I still have to run off a whole bunch of SPC set corrections at some point. I wonder if the site will ever have any locally hosted forums...
by marioman at 1:45 PM EDT on April 24, 2009
Nice. It also has SNSF rips. Now if we could get a more decent version of in_snsf...
by Knurek at 7:08 PM EDT on April 24, 2009
Special Naomi Dreamcast update part 3:

2009-04-25

new:

Death Crimson OX (Naomi)(2000)(Ecole)
Dengen Tenshi Taisen Mahjong Shangri-la (Naomi)(1999)(Marvelous)
Derby Owners Club (Naomi)(1999)(-)(Sega)
Dynamite Baseball (Naomi)(1998)(-)(Sega)
Giant Gram - Zen Nihon Pro Wres 2 in Nihon Budoukan (Naomi)(1999)(Scarab)(Sega)
Giant Gram 2000 - Zen Nihon Pro Wres 3 Eikou no Yuusha-tachi (Naomi)(2000)(Scarab)(Sega)
Guilty Gear X (Naomi)(2000)(PicPac-Airreal)(Arc System Works)(Sammy)
Marvel vs. Capcom 2 - New Age of Heroes (Naomi)(2000)(Capcom Production Studio 1)(Capcom)
Quiz Ah! Megami-sama - Tatakau Tsubasa Totomo Ni (Naomi)(2000)(SIMS)(Sega)
Virtua NBA (Naomi)(2000)(-)(Sega)
World Series '99 [Dynamite Baseball '99] (Naomi)(1999)(-)(Sega)
Zombie Revenge (Naomi)(1999)(Sega AM1)(Sega)
by marcusss at 1:24 AM EDT on April 25, 2009
Nice additions :D
by Knurek at 2:36 PM EDT on May 5, 2009
Dreamcast update:

2009-05-05

new:

Aoi no 6-gou - Saigetsu Fumahito - Time and Tide (2000)(Sega)
Comic Party (2001)(Aqua Plus)
Nishikaze no Kyoushikyoku - The Rhapsody of Zephyr (2001)(Soft Max)
Panzer Front (1999)(ASCII)
Prismaticallization (1999)(-)(Arc System Works)

Dreamcast music archive

Gameboy Advance update: Banjo-Kazooie - Grunty's Revenge (2003)(Rare)(THQ) tagged by Mastery

Game Boy Advance music archive

NES update: Three new NSFE->NSF+M3U conversions (all tagged by Teppic:

Anticipation (1988)(Rare)(Nintendo)
Robin Hood - Prince of Thieves (1991)(Sculptured)(Virgin)
Rollergames (1990)(Konami)

NES music archive

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Genesis/Mega Drive music archive up: http://smd.hcs64.com/

Whole Project2612 collection (reorganized as usual) + few sets from their forums that haven't been added to the site + about 5 GB of redbook music from SegaCD games.

Sadly, most SegaCD games used sequenced music, which isn't properly logable to VGM ATM, so some CD sets are pretty bare bones.

Enjoy.

edited 3:57 PM EDT May 5, 2009
by Richter X at 12:14 AM EDT on May 6, 2009
Let's just hope the ripped Megadrive format gets done soon. I'd love to hear some SegaCD rips someday.
by arbingordon at 1:11 AM EDT on May 6, 2009
canoe-wreck, do you have some sort of program that organizes (well renames, and so forth) folders and files, or is it all by hand?

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