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by Knurek at 5:47 PM EDT on May 29, 2012
Nope, there's no autotimer for HES files AFAIK. Everything is done by ear. :)

I just hope I haven't made too many mistakes with the timers, so if you spot anything that doesn't sound correct, be sure to let me know.
by Knurek at 11:07 AM EDT on June 2, 2012
And another batch:

HES Playlists 2012-06-02

Body Conquest 2 - Kyuuseishu (1993-02-23)(-)(Games Express)
Burning Angels (1990-12-07)(Zap)(Naxat)
Champion Wrestler (1990-12-14)(-)(Taito)
Dragon Half (TCD)(1994-09-30)(Microcabin)
Kattobi! Takuhai-kun (1990-11-09)(Advance Communication)(Tonkin House)
Maerchen Maze (1990-12-11)(-)(Namco)
Naxat Stadium (1990-10-26)(Sting)(Naxat)
Pachio-kun - Juuban Shoubu (1992-03-12)(-)(Coconuts Japan)
Power Eleven (1991-06-21)(Westone)(Hudson)
Ryuu Kyuu (1990-10-26)(ASCII)(Sankindo)(Face)
Sindibad - Chitei no Daimakyuu (1990-06-02)(-)(IGS)
Tsuppari Oozumou - Heisei-han (1993-02-19)(-)(Naxat)
World Sports Competition [Power Sports] (1992-10-10)(Make)(Hudson)
Yawara! (TCD)(1992-10-01)(-)(Sofix)
Yawara! 2 (TCD)(1994-09-23)(-)(Sofix)
by banshiryuu at 1:06 AM EDT on June 6, 2012
Hmmm... I'm trying to get some files for making PSF2s from Atelier Viorate and it seems it's in a file named "RPK.bin", but I can't find anything to successfully open it. Is there any tool that'll let me open this?
by snakemeat at 10:06 PM EDT on June 6, 2012
Thanks for all the HES playlists Knurek!

Hmmm... I'm trying to get some files for making PSF2s from Atelier Viorate and it seems it's in a file named "RPK.bin", but I can't find anything to successfully open it. Is there any tool that'll let me open this?

I think I looked into this after a while back. If it's like Atelier Judie, I seem to recall the file system table will be in the PS2 executable. So, you'll need to open it in a hex editor and find it. I then used VGMToolbox's VFS Extractor to unpack the file system. Lastly, you can use Asmodean's exar2.zip kit, which contains unlzr.exe, to unpack the LZR files.

You may be able to changes some settings in the exar2.zip to point at the right place in the PS2 executable and extract the RPK directly, but I do not remember.

It is a bit confusing, but you'll learn a lot of new skills extracting this data.

edited 10:06 PM EDT June 6, 2012
by Knurek at 11:44 AM EDT on June 9, 2012
Only 20 games to go:

HES Playlists 2012-06-09

3x3 Eyes - Sanjiyan Henjou (TCD)(1994-07-08)(Nihon Create)(NEC)
Cadash (1991-01-18)(Taito)(ITL)(Taito)
Chibi Maruko-chan - Quiz de Piihyara (1992-01-10)(-)(Namco)
Farjius no Jakoutei - Neo Metal Fantasy (TCD)(1992-08-29)(Human)
Mahjong Haouden - Kaiser's Quest (1992-02-28)(UPL)
Team Innocent - The Point of No Return (PC-FX)(1994-12-23)(Hudson)
Terra Cresta II - Mandler no Gyakushuu (1992-11-27)(Make)(Nichibutsu)
Top wo Nerae! - GunBuster Vol. 1 (TCD)(1992-06-25)(-)(Riverhillsoft)
Top wo Nerae! - GunBuster Vol. 2 (TCD)(1993-03-26)(-)(Riverhillsoft)
W Ring - The Double Rings (1990-09-28)(Naxat)
by banshiryuu at 10:46 PM EDT on June 10, 2012
So I found the .sq, .hd and (I'm assuming) .bd files within the aforementioned RPK.bin and extracted the first set I found, but I can't seem to get it to play. Since I'm not very familiar with the file types maybe I'm doing something wrong but could somebody take a look and see what might be wrong with these? The guide in the PSF2 rip kit mentions that "If you've seen it before, you know what to look for." in regards to the .bd file, and since I'm not familiar it might be that that's causing the problem, but I'm not sure.

This is only the first set that was in the file, that there were two .hd files before the .sq and then .bd ones, so I included both the .hd. Again, since I'm not experienced with this kind of thing I might have made very obvious mistakes, but I can't stand my favorite soundtrack not having a proper psf2 rip.

http://www.sendspace.com/file/e1rbg2
by anewuser at 4:20 PM EDT on August 1, 2012
Bleep! updated? it was reported on bsnes' boards as so.

Bleep!
by klarthailerion at 11:47 AM EDT on August 2, 2012
Knurek, the links for the HES playlists are dead now... do you have those files up anywhere else online?

Nice work with it all (one older link wasn't on that same hosting as the newer dead links). I'm a fan of PMH as well.
by Knurek at 12:56 PM EDT on August 2, 2012
Sure, here you go. I hope this is everything from the sendspace packs:

HES Playlists part 2
by klarthailerion at 6:39 PM EDT on August 2, 2012
Thanks a bunch. Looking back through the thread, it looks like you've got everything from the sendspace packs in that file.

This may be a dumb question, but I see that some CD-based games (and even a few PC-FX games) have HES files. Can all CD-based games have their audio contained in HES, or do some use other formats not supported by HES (like CD-DA)?

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