Thanks, I checked it out, but is it necessary for people to create an account before they can download things from here?It's now on Wario Forums:
I must apologize, but I'm a bit against this. I don't want to limit people to registrations for an album that should be publicly available. Even if I really want to attract people to this forum (which I really do!) I cannot change the links on my videos. Registration requirements are just not appealing to the audience.Yeah, unfortunately a lot of things here (like attachments) are member only.
eyeballs emojiUPDATE: The playlist is now COMPLETE! Check it out:
Download the album here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/n2ggo0qsxd8sczh/Wario Land 4 - High Quality Soundtracks.zip?dl=0
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So I've been extracting the sound files of Wario Ware for the gamecube, it turns out that there are instruments in there that are used in Wario Land 4, and they are of VERY good quality!
I've been editing the soundfont (.sf2) file from Wario Land 4 and use it to play the ripped .midi files using Foobar.
Here's the result of Hall of Hieroglyphs:
Hall of Hyroglyphs Uncompressed - Clyp
More coming soon(ish)!
Also! I'd like to thank @ShyGuyXXL for helping me sort out the right instruments!
That was me (I'm actually flattered that you remembered that )! But yeah, you can make all* the WL4 presets sound much higher quality by placing Fruity Free Filter (or your program's equivalent if you're not using FL) on them, setting the type to Peaking, then setting the frequency to 4590. It'll give you a much crisper, clearer sound, and also boosts the volume just a leeetle bit-- not enough to be all that noticeable, until you turn it off. Then you'll realize just how much better it sounded with it turned onDidn't someone say something about a setting in FL studio that can make the samples sound more like how they do in game? I forgot where that was posted...
I believe Dropbox supports files up to 50gb which I'd have to image the .wav files are much less than that, but I'm not sure if that's for premium users only or if free users get that as well. I think MEGA also supports large filesI think I still have the .wav files of the soundtracks. But they're kinda big and I don't know what the best place would be to upload these.
Thank you very much! I truly appreciate it!I've compressed all the .wav files together in a .zip and it's still about 2.5gb. Unfortunately, my secondary Dropbox (meant for sharing stuff with others) cannot handle that.
For now I've used UploadFiles.io to temporarily store this online (30 days counting from today). You can download the zip with the .wav files here:
Uploadfiles.io - [wav] Wario Land 4 - High Quality Soundtracks.zip
If there's very high demand for these files, I will consider looking into more permanent measures. I don't really want to create accounts as this just adds more management on my part.
So grab it while it lasts.