More NSF Requests

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Re: More NSF Requests

Post by Doommaster1994 » Thu Oct 31, 2013 7:27 am

I would like to request War on Wheels. One of my favorite NES soundtracks.

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Post by NewRisingSun » Sun Nov 03, 2013 3:52 am

The current rip of Life Force, is of the US version I assume, as the Combat song on that page is not in the rip. If somebody could rip Salamander I would appreciate it.
I could not find it in "Salamander (J)" either. As I understand that webpage, one would have to rip it from the ROM image of "Salamander (sample version)", which is not commonly available.

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Re: More NSF Requests

Post by ArnoldRimmer83 » Tue Nov 05, 2013 12:20 am

Looks like the page got updated. It used to claim that the Japanese version still had it buried, but I guess that's not the case. Thanks for checking.

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Re: More NSF Requests

Post by Hamtaro126 » Sat Dec 21, 2013 9:48 pm

Like a Re-rip of ''the Adventures of Tom Sawyer'', which is the other Tom Sawyer game for Famicom and NES by SETA

The current rip has several missing songs!
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Re: More NSF Requests

Post by DevEd » Thu Jan 02, 2014 8:39 am

I would like a rip of the beta version of DuckTales, please.
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Re: More NSF Requests

Post by Hamtaro126 » Thu Jan 02, 2014 8:22 pm

DevEd wrote:I would like a rip of the beta version of DuckTales, please.
There is already a rip of this, Try to find it at Lost Levels or Gil Galad's current version of the NSF collection he has,

it is also at Akumu's NSF archive, click on 'D' and see ''Duck Tales (Prototype)''
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Re: More NSF Requests

Post by V666 » Wed Feb 05, 2014 11:20 am

May I ask for help from any of you talented people?

I seriously need the music from Alien - Thanatos Encounter for GBC. ( I own the cart )

I'm a lot into Alien series, and usually the music there is dark, sick and twisted...

Somebody help!

Thank you!

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Post by locke_gb7 » Fri Feb 07, 2014 1:23 pm

Long time no see, I am wondering if during my long absence Touch Down 2, Sack, Pas Intercept, Maybe More from Tecmo Super Bowl have been fixed the NSF seemed to be lacking a serious load of tracks.

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Post by Doommaster1994 » Fri Feb 07, 2014 1:28 pm

V666 wrote:May I ask for help from any of you talented people?

I seriously need the music from Alien - Thanatos Encounter for GBC. ( I own the cart )

I'm a lot into Alien series, and usually the music there is dark, sick and twisted...

Somebody help!

Thank you!
You are posting in the wrong section. NSF files are for Nintendo NES games. You should look for a GBS forum since that format is for Game Boy music.

Also, I don't think anyone rips NSFs anymore.

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Re: More NSF Requests

Post by locke_gb7 » Wed Feb 12, 2014 10:44 am

its too bad, i was offering decent donations in exchange for teh NSF rips :/

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Re: More NSF Requests

Post by locke_gb7 » Fri Mar 21, 2014 10:00 am

Question, why is there 5 songs in the Galaxian NSF, from what I rememebr there wasnt really any songs in Galaxian???

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Post by tepples » Fri Mar 21, 2014 10:29 am

The game contains normally unused music as an Easter egg. See the article about Galaxian for NES in The Cutting Room Floor.

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Re: More NSF Requests

Post by OneCrudeDude » Fri Mar 21, 2014 11:34 pm

"There are a total of five songs accessible by this method, all embedded in the CHR data."

That is one thing that I find mindblowing, even though it might be simple in reality. I find it amazing that otherwise garbage graphics actually contain code, though from my experience, every tile is essentially a visualized representation of hexadecimal value. Still, I think it's mindblowing, though it was probably common sense for seriously old NES game programming.

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Post by Drag » Sat Mar 22, 2014 1:35 am

You may or may not be interested, but Magic Jewelry stores a couple of its songs in the CHR rom as well.

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Post by tepples » Sat Mar 22, 2014 6:30 am

OneCrudeDude wrote:I find it amazing that otherwise garbage graphics actually contain code, though from my experience, every tile is essentially a visualized representation of hexadecimal value. Still, I think it's mindblowing
The title screen layout of Super Mario Bros. is stored at the end of the background side of its CHR ROM. Vs. Super Mario Bros. and Dragon Quest and Milon's Secret Castle store a bunch of $#!+ in unused CHR ROM as well. Big Bird's Hide and Speak stores some of Caroll Spinney's voice samples there too and somehow seamlessly fetches them during vertical blanking time without interrupting the process of decoding and playing them.

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