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SNES emulator recording 2005-10-13 20:27:37


I really want to do a cover of a song from Final Fight One, but I've tried recording with a piece of shit USB mike from my TV with pitiful results. I've heard you can record from some emulators. I have a ZSNES emulator, does anyone know a way I can record from that directly to my computer?

Response to SNES emulator recording 2005-10-17 12:29:48


Anyone?

Response to SNES emulator recording 2005-10-17 12:46:15


Its possible, but you need a decent quality soundcard (SBLive! or better).

Open up your recording program, such as audicity, soundforge and set audio input on your sound device settings to 'What u Hear'. Then hit record, go in the game, and play.

If you cant do that, try jacking audio out directly into mic in...

Response to SNES emulator recording 2005-10-18 11:43:25


Okay, thanks.

Response to SNES emulator recording 2005-10-22 23:52:56


At 10/13/05 08:27 PM, J_Scott wrote: I really want to do a cover of a song from Final Fight One, but I've tried recording with a piece of shit USB mike from my TV with pitiful results. I've heard you can record from some emulators. I have a ZSNES emulator, does anyone know a way I can record from that directly to my computer?

please tell if you have any success, I love all those old school nintendo soundtracks but can't seem to find any on das intermanet

Response to SNES emulator recording 2005-10-22 23:56:22


At 10/22/05 11:52 PM, turtolMiG wrote: please tell if you have any success, I love all those old school nintendo soundtracks but can't seem to find any on das intermanet

I've got a friend with a badass soundcard and a copy of soundforge so I'll probably be able to get it from him. When the metalized version is finished I'll IM you or something if you want, I love old school nintendo tracks too.

Most of the music from Final Fight One sucked, but that one song when you're in the second part of Belgers Mansion rocked like fuck.

Response to SNES emulator recording 2005-10-23 08:09:02


Hmmm i think there was an emulator that had the recording option built in...dont remember which 1 tho

Response to SNES emulator recording 2005-10-23 09:49:09


pj64 i think... either that or that NES one. Cant remember either :\

Response to SNES emulator recording 2005-10-23 10:41:32


I knwo NESticle can record sounds...but thats only for NES :P

Response to SNES emulator recording 2005-10-25 05:07:49


At 10/13/05 08:27 PM, J_Scott wrote: I really want to do a cover of a song from Final Fight One, but I've tried recording with a piece of shit USB mike from my TV with pitiful results. I've heard you can record from some emulators. I have a ZSNES emulator, does anyone know a way I can record from that directly to my computer?

If your looking just to listen to the tune, you can grab the SNES .spc file from http://www.emuparadise.org/music/snes.html
though you'll need to get a spc plugin (WInamp works well for this).

I thought I be nice and convert one to .mp3 format. Winamp has a Filewriter option to convert audio files to wav/mp3.

http://www2.hawaii.edu/~sunr/ff1.mp3


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Response to SNES emulator recording 2005-10-25 06:26:56


Most TV's have a headphone socket. Wire a jack to jack from your TV to the microphone socket on your computer.

Response to SNES emulator recording 2005-10-25 06:34:19


At 10/22/05 11:56 PM, J_Scott wrote:
I've got a friend with a badass soundcard and a copy of soundforge so I'll probably be able to get it from him. When the metalized version is finished I'll IM you or something if you want, I love old school nintendo tracks too.

Most of the music from Final Fight One sucked, but that one song when you're in the second part of Belgers Mansion rocked like fuck.

hell yes and thanks to Bahamut for that link...you rock my world! except not really

Response to SNES emulator recording 2005-10-28 22:13:55


At 10/25/05 05:07 AM, BahamutReborn wrote: If your looking just to listen to the tune, you can grab the SNES .spc file from http://www.emuparadise.org/music/snes.html

though you'll need to get a spc plugin (WInamp works well for this).

Thanks, I just needed the song for reference, sorry I didn't make that clear in the first post, and I've got winamp on another computer so I'll check it out there.

Response to SNES emulator recording 2005-10-28 23:12:13


There is this band called THE ADVANTAGE and they released an album called NINTENDO CLASSICS, it is a bunch of vigeo game songs covered by a fucking excellent band, the key track is NINJA GAIDEN - MINE SHAFT. I have the album if anyone want there are about 26 classic tracks.

Response to SNES emulator recording 2005-10-29 05:44:42


And theres a section on the audio portal called video game music?

Anyone thought of looking there yet...?