ShoryukenMathias

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  1. It seems it works out well with foobar and only the foo_gep and foo_input_usf plugins... I re-installed foobar and realized I had been clever enough to not tick the option to read zipped files.. duh... Again, thanks a lot!!
  2. Your tips worked very well on NES format game sountracks (.nsf files and such) but foo_input_usf doesn't support SNES format soundtacks (.rsn). I'v been looking around for plugins that supports .rns files but sadly without any luck. Do you know of a plugin or a different method to convert those sneaky .rsn's?
  3. The original of this song is my prime time favourite Nintendo track, whatsoever, no question about it. I have been playing SF2 since the age of 6 (now 24) and i still play with my friends pretty often (well actually mostly by myself since they are sick and tired of still being kicked the shit out of after 18 years, but i play almost every day if i get the chance). I simply adore the entire Street Fighter II tracklist and still after so many years it is not seldom i catch myself dead drunk on an afterparty trying to put on "SFII Guile Theme" on someones laptop for everyone to hear. I am no music creator or remixer, and i am sort of conservative, although I have worked as a DJ for some years playing mostly house music. I have heard a lot of remixes from the Street Fighter franchise and i always tend to turn back to the original soundtracks. When i heard this remix of Balrog Stage Theme this was not the case. I must say this is an incredible tune.... I dare say it's even better than the original. Or at least i think this is what the original should have sounded more like (even though it may not have been possible due to hardware). It reflects the "Balrog setting" much better with the smoothly operated glizz-and-glam/casino/lose-all-of-your-money-without-even-noticing factor. When i hear this incredibly familiar melody performed on a sax it reminds me very much of "Dire Straits - Your Latest Trick" which used to be one of my dads favourite songs back when i played SF2 the most. This might be the or a reason i love the tune so much. Either it is or not, i love the tune nevertheless. Hats off for Neo, insane work!!! I hope you are and you must be remarkably proud to have your very own version of this legendary tune now compiled in as an official soundtrack in the epic and forever lasting franchise of Street Fighter II. God i wish i were you. And i just wanna let you know this remix is going to be played a whole lot, maybe pitched down a notch, on late evenings and nights all over the southern coast of norway, by me
  4. The original of this song (Sexy Trunks) is my prime time favourite Nintendo track, whatsoever, no question about it. I have been playing SF2 since the age of 6 (now 24) and i still play with my friends pretty often (well actually mostly by myself since they are sick and tired of still being kicked the shit out of after 18 years, but i play almost every day if i get the chance). I simply adore the entire Street Fighter II tracklist and still after so many years it is not seldom i catch myself dead drunk on an afterparty trying to put on "SFII Guile Theme" on someones laptop for everyone to hear. I am no music creator or remixer, and i am sort of conservative, although I have worked as a DJ for some years playing mostly house music. I have heard a lot of remixes from the Street Fighter franchise and i always tend to turn back to the original soundtracks. When i heard this remix of Balrog Stage Theme this was not the case. I must say this is an incredible tune.... I dare say it's even better than the original. Or at least i think this is what the original should have sounded more like (even though it may not have been possible due to hardware). It reflects the "Balrog setting" much better with the smoothly operated glizz-and-glam/casino/lose-all-of-your-money-without-even-noticing factor. When i hear this incredibly familiar melody performed on a sax it reminds me very much of "Dire Straits - Your Latest Trick" which used to be one of my dads favourite songs back when i played SF2 the most. This might be the or a reason i love the tune so much. Either it is or not, i love the tune nevertheless. Hats off for Neo, insane work!!! You must be and I hope you are remarkably proud to have your very own version of this legendary tune now compiled in as an official soundtrack in the epic and forever lasting franchise of Street Fighter II. God i wish i were you.
  5. Mate... you are God. Thanks a lot, now i will never have to look up new music ever again. And watch your back dude, next time i'm in L-town i'll hunt you down and kiss you.
  6. You've probably heard this before but i'm wondering if it's possible and if anyone knows how to convert Chipamp files to Mp3 or any similiar format so I can actually go outdoors with my portable player and listen to all of my favourite Mega Man, Street Fighter II, Super Double Dragon (etc.) music???? Would be incredibly awesome if so... I'm giving away digital hugs to anyone who helps me out on this one