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by icecream at 2:52 PM EDT on April 12, 2019 there are more systems that do that. I don't want to derail the topic too much, but I suppose I could mention that the DS and GBA also seem to have similar problems in which it doesn't automatically sync the MIDI data back to what it was originally at the loop start. Like, the Modulation CC could be at 0 at the loop start, but if the last value before it loops back is like 32 or hell anything that's not 0, then it won't change and stay 32 at the loop start. The simple workaround is to place those events at the exact moment the loop start flag is, or change the values right before the song loops (if it's done too early it might be noticeable), but that's annoying to do, especially in Fruity Loops in which you can't superimpose MIDI events or place an event for a current value if there already is a event there that gives the controller that current value (so if you had an event change to have the Volume CC be 96 five bars before the loop start, then you can't set another Volume CC to 96 event on the loop start unless you change it in the space between the first event and the loop start).

edited 2:54 PM EDT April 12, 2019
by subtrot at 1:01 PM EDT on September 5, 2019
@NoWool just like ddaniels had asked a couple months ago, the original drive links to the KH2 Final Mix tracks are down and come up with a 404 error. Would you mind reuploading them and sending out a new link?
by Y.W. Ahn at 4:20 AM EDT on September 9, 2019
Have you checked
by Eliskuya at 6:39 PM EDT on September 9, 2019
@Y.W. Ahn I said the same thing and they are not looking
by NoWool at 8:51 PM EDT on September 9, 2019
KH1/2 are up on joshw with the "Final Mix" tag.

Here are the links for Kingdom Hearts Final Mix and Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix.
by subtrot at 5:30 PM EDT on September 12, 2019
Thank you all, I'm sorry for not paying much attention to the responses. I had no idea that the joshw site even existed, even though it was mentioned.
by NoWool at 2:35 AM EDT on September 13, 2019
I might re-upload Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix as as I've modded the BGM/WD for Lazy Afternoons. (Here's a link so you don't have to re-download the set)
That pretty much concludes this thread, unless someone finds some weird track independent bug (like the one with Traverse Town where the volume parameter was not reset when looping).

Edit: Forgot to mention that I replaced the driver for One Winged Angel w/ the FFX driver, it tones down on the reverb and sounds fairly accurate to console (at least from what I can tell via YT videos). Was going to just edit the BGM header, but looks like that isn't necessary.
Anyways, here's a link to that stuff

edited 10:50 PM EDT September 13, 2019
by peronmls at 6:58 PM EST on November 18, 2019
Im trying to repack a song because I muted the drums in one of them. I cannot get them repacked.

mkpsf2.bat C:\Users\Miles\Desktop\New folder (2)\external\psf2\fm - Deep Anxiety
The filename, directory name, or volume label syntax is incorrect.

What am I doing wrong? I literally unpacked a PSf2 with the psf2 unpacker and it gave me the files so i went head and followed directions reposted by icecream. VGMToolbox doesn't like my directory and neither does the exe itself. HALP!

Ive also made separate directories named "Modules" and "Source" for the Front End version.

edited 7:08 PM EST November 18, 2019
by Nisto at 2:54 AM EST on November 19, 2019
peronmls: Surround the path in quotes.

mkpsf2.bat "C:\Users\Miles\Desktop\New folder (2)\external\psf2\fm - Deep Anxiety"
by NoWool at 12:31 PM EST on November 19, 2019
Via command prompt move to the directory in which mkpsf2 is in and enter mkpsf2.exe whatever_filename_u_want.psf2 "C:\Users\Miles\Desktop\New folder (2)\external\psf2\fm - Deep Anxiety". Maybe I'm a little uninformed, but I have no idea what "mkpsf2.bat" is all about (is it somehow related to the vgmtoolbox frontend? I thought that was exclusively for CSL).
If mkpsf2.exe is in any of the sub-directories listed above, you could always shorten it. For example, if mkpsf2 is on your desktop, then type in "mkpsf2.exe file.psf2 "New folder (2)\external\psf2\fm - Deep Anxiety"" (quotes are needed due to spaces in some directories).

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