Tapper (Arcade) OST (Cover)

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Tapper (Arcade) OST (Cover)

Post by Taylor-Kun » Mon Jul 13, 2020 6:17 am

Hello everyone here on the nesdev.com forum, this is my first ever post.

This is a re-creation of the Tapper (Arcade) OST, the original ftm was created by kingcandy on the old FamiTracker forums, it was quite innacurate to the original Arcade version, so I decided to edit it to make it more arcade accurate.

Credit to kingcandy for the original.
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Re: Tapper (Arcade) OST (Cover)

Post by Taylor-Kun » Thu Jul 16, 2020 12:31 am

UPDATE: I have fixed some glaring mistakes in the following songs:
Coin
Oh Suzanna (Normal Bar)
Space Bar
Bonus Stage
Enjoy this updated version
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Re: Tapper (Arcade) OST (Cover)

Post by Memblers » Thu Jul 16, 2020 3:06 am

Pretty cool. I played the Atari 2600 version when I was a kid (funny that it has a Mountain Dew logo in it), and didn't know it was an arcade game until much later.

If you don't mind a suggestion, I made an edit to instrument 0 to make it sound more AY-8910-like. 2A03 volume levels are linear, so adding a little curve to it makes it sound closer to the original (it's not perfect, just closer maybe).
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Re: Tapper (Arcade) OST (Cover)

Post by Taylor-Kun » Sun Jul 19, 2020 6:03 am

Memblers wrote:
Thu Jul 16, 2020 3:06 am
Pretty cool. I played the Atari 2600 version when I was a kid (funny that it has a Mountain Dew logo in it), and didn't know it was an arcade game until much later.

If you don't mind a suggestion, I made an edit to instrument 0 to make it sound more AY-8910-like. 2A03 volume levels are linear, so adding a little curve to it makes it sound closer to the original (it's not perfect, just closer maybe).
Thanks, It does sound more faithful!

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