@MarioSpore Well m8 the people have spoken. This is like the third separate guy who's said "dayum this sound like Hotel Horror", I'm pretty sure 52nd Street is gonna have to be Hotel Horror at this point knowwhatemsayenWow, those new Wahrangements sound good! Gotta like the 1920's-or-so ¨Room 52¨ song. Sounds perfect for a level inspired by Hotel Horror.
Yes.Is this song a cover?
It's called "... Heh".If so, what song did you cover?
Wario Land 4, through and through, although I technically cheated by using Fruity Reverb.And what game/level is this soundfont from?
It's a composition that was created for the Underfell fangame by ietsu, whose involvement with the OST has ended, actually-- the developer said that they parted on good terms, it was just that his compositions were fare more attuned for a classic RPG (and when I read that, it triggered memories of Heh being the only song I could really dig for that iteration of the OST). They've got a new person for the music now, and they're supposedly doing rearrangements for a lot of ietsu's compositions to fit the new style. Since Heh stands out from the rest of those initial tracks as being a fuckin' toe-tapper, though (and frankly I wish I'd listened to one of the other tracks first because it raised my expectations) I imagine that it'll probably-- well, it'll prolly still be remixed, realistically, but I hope they still use that master.Please let me know, I'm really curious.
Waamixes: songs that are essentially the exact same as the original, but feature Wario soundfont(s). The waamix designation still applies to songs that more-or-less match the source material, even if the given MIDI has been heavily edited or doctored.*
Waarangements: songs that use the Wario soundfonts, but also sound sufficiently different from the source material: in the case of tracks that used a pre-existing MIDI, the song is considered the source material, not the .mid. Examples of waarangements include "Bad (Mario)", "Doodlecture (WL4II Doodle Woods)", "Fury Rock (WL4II Fiery Cavern)", and so on.
To best exemplify this distinction, compare "Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Wa" with WL4II's Toy Block Tower, aka "Ob-la-di Obelisk".
'Ob-la-wa' is a waamix, because it features WL4's instruments, and changes the drums a bit, but is functionally the same as the original song.
'Obelisk' on the other hand is a waarangement, because its sound is wholly different to that of the original, seeing the addition of swing, parts of the original TBT's drums, etc.
* Examples of this rule would include "I'm Only Sleeping in the Row", which sports a thoroughly repaired melody line and a split-up rhythm section, but only because the melody line was highly inaccurate, and WL4 can't handle so many direct voices as the rhythm section was asking for.