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by Knurek at 5:11 PM EST on November 21, 2008
here you go:
by Lunar at 6:22 PM EST on November 21, 2008
cool! unfortunately though, there seems to be (at least) 3 tracks missing - (Intro, Kabuki Ending, Jingoro's Stage) i guess that'd explain the bizarre numbering on the mp3s. any idea?

the game has some chip tunes too, if you're ever inclined to hoot-ify those (if that's even possible... \(_o)/)

other than that, heroic; thanks!

EDIT: durr, actually only 2 tracks. jingoro's stage is in there. but i'm not too worried about drama stuff anyway.

edited 6:33 AM EST November 22, 2008
by Knurek at 1:15 AM EST on November 22, 2008
I've removed all drama tracks (Intro probably fit here), the missing track numbers are mostly program tracks though (PC Engine isos are weird that way).

I believe kingshriek is the only one that knows how to rip sequenced music from CD games into HES files, you might try asking him.
by kingshriek at 2:58 AM EST on November 22, 2008
Eh, why not...

It's great that the vast majority of CD games use the system card driver - makes for fairly easy ripping.

edited 2:58 AM EST November 22, 2008
by Knurek at 4:54 AM EST on November 22, 2008
Thanks, that certainly was fast. I'll upload a basic playlist for the HES file in a few hours.

Easy as in DSF or Gameboy games using GHX easy?

Cause I've noticed quite a lot of CD games that only have one or two redbook tracks. Guessing rest is sequenced, and would be nice to have them as well.
by Lunar at 8:09 AM EST on November 22, 2008
ahhh great stuff. only 4 tunes, but nice to have all the same. you're both too kind!

this is a bit of a deviation from the thread topic, but it's something i've been wondering for a while - what are the pros and cons of HES vs. hoot archives? There seems to be a lot more games ripped on hoot than are available in HES, though HES is my preference due to winamp playability. or am i just completely confused?
by Knurek at 10:26 AM EST on November 22, 2008
You're mixing stuff up.

HES is music format for NEC's (and Hudson Soft's) PC Engine console.

Hoot is a music player, it handles many systems (including a replayer for HES files actually), but is mostly known here for NEC PC-88 and NEC PC-98 computer system rips (and other computers, like Sharp X1 and X68000, MSX, etc).

edited 10:42 AM EST November 22, 2008
by Lunar at 11:58 AM EST on November 22, 2008
ahh i see, i've been going about it all wrong. i thought PC-88 and PC-98 were just two different types of PC-Engine. i didn't realise the PC-Engine was something else entirely. okay, i understand now.

edited 12:05 PM EST November 22, 2008
by spyfoxguy at 12:39 AM EST on November 23, 2008

edited 3:37 PM EST November 23, 2008
by hcs at 1:47 AM EST on November 23, 2008
Each of the L and R files is mono. When you tell vgmstream to play one, it finds the corresponding other, and plays them together as stereo. MAAGIX!

Random quick questions belong in their own thread. In the interest of reducing thread pollution, if you feel the need to respond to this please create a new thread.

edited 1:49 AM EST November 23, 2008

Now taking away the question, that's just ride.

edited 9:16 PM EST November 23, 2008

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