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mml2m64: Mario 64 / Zelda 64 Music Macro Language Importer

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Description:

mml2m64 is an experimental .mml importer that produces custom music in the Mario 64 and Zelda 64 sequence format. The main importer module is built from Addmusic’s (revX) MML parser, so big thanks to whoever wrote that code.

The importer is to be used along a MIDI - MML conversion tool, such as tinymm or mid2mml, both of which can be download at SMW Central. Afterwards, you can insert the custom music using the sequence inserter tool included in this package, which replaces the original Mario 64 sequences files with your custom music.

This package also includes a few more music-related tools, such as sequence rippers for Mario and Zelda 64 as well as parsing utilities that can display all the sequence content. A description of all the tools included and their usage can be found below in the readme.txt file.

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