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Author Topic: [Audio] Track remaster for a short (36 note, single instrument) track  (Read 1333 times)

edale

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I'm hoping Someone who knows how could spare the time to make a quick remaster of this track:
http://66.90.93.122/soundfiles/nintendo-snes-spc/ys-v-ushinawareta-sunano-miyako-kefin/211%20Judgement%20Bells.mp3

Original SPC: https://mega.nz/#!PAZk2TJA!iF4E2JwnQq8n2gOvfEO9ifIyvSPZsnvR2HYKzlAIlyo
Wav of a single loop: https://mega.nz/#!XEwU0I7T!WNUX4FvL9jsDdk1PGXQyXhPj-0ld-D633u--11XFBnc

This is a very short piece, a 48 second loop consisting of a 36 notes (4 sections with a 10-10-7-9 note pattern), with a single instrument (church bells).


I'm just hoping to get the song with more realistic sounding church bells, don't want or need anything fancier done.

I don't know much about remastering, but I'd guess this would even be possible by converting the SPC to MIDI, then swapping out the audio samples the MIDI uses.

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Given that this is a single-instrument piece that's only 36 notes long, I'm guessing remastering it would only be an hours work or so, if I'm wrong and this would be something that would take much longer, please let me know.

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A MIDI would be more useful.

edale

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A MIDI would be more useful.
I have no idea how good it is, just threw the SPC in the first SPC to MIDI converter I could find:
https://mega.nz/#!LFBl3BJb!UkbI8v5mvYp90qjE1dPqE5XAaKBct3C8XLco_evx-vk

May 30, 2018, 04:44:49 pm - (Auto Merged - Double Posts are not allowed before 7 days.)
https://freesound.org/people/Samulis/packs/12231/

That sample pack sounds like it has all the needed notes of the right type of bells.
« Last Edit: May 30, 2018, 04:44:49 pm by edale »