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Re: Retro game music appreciation page

by PresidentLeever Fri Sep 25, 2020 5:57 pm

I'm not a sound engineer but 44.1 khz in stereo is supposedly cd audio quality (see the edit), dunno if there's some compression going on when the Saturn is streaming a file.

I would bet the difference between both those two examples and a well produced redbook track for the system is unnoticeable to most people, production and arrangement is more important at around 22khz and up.
http://minirevver.weebly.com/ - Mini-reviews, retro vgm tribute, rom hacks, chip music, mockups, misc. lists
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Re: Retro game music appreciation page

by PresidentLeever Sun Oct 04, 2020 1:59 pm

Added a page for CD audio (and LD audio) and have covered most games from 1988-1994 (I also ended up adding some MCD, FMT, Amiga and PC-FX chiptune OSTs to other pages). Just 1994 3DO games and possibly some PC-98 games left to add and then it's back to sequenced PS1 music.

https://minirevver.weebly.com/redbook-cd-audio.html
http://minirevver.weebly.com/ - Mini-reviews, retro vgm tribute, rom hacks, chip music, mockups, misc. lists
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