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How to create and edit BRSTM files. (NEW TOOL ADDED)

Slashy

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Step 1:
Download Androu1's tool
http://www.mediafire.com/?mmzzwmqimlm

Step 2: Place the contents of it into one folder

Step 3: Copy dsptoolD.dll and dsptool.dll into your SYSTEM folder (found in the folder "Copy the files in this folder to your SYSTEM folder").

Step 4: Find an original BRSTM file you want to edit and place it in the Original Songs folder

Step 5: Run Start.bat

Step 6: Follow the prompts until it says "Read the enclosed instruction book. (Info\Info.txt)
Press enter when you've finished editing the WAV"

Step 7: Open the music file you want to place in the game with Audacity




Step 8: Change the time format to samples. Music will only loop properly on a starting point that is a multiple 14336.

Step 9: You can choose to edit the song to that it loops properly on a sample that is a multiple of 14336. I recommend using the Amplify effect on the song, it will make it as loud as possible without distortion. I also suggest trying out the Leveler function.

Here is a guide by Doval on finding a loop point.

I use Wavosaur and haven't had any problems sticking 44100 Hz songs into the game either.

I'm new to all this audio editing stuff, and I had a hard time getting this whole looping thing down, so I'd like to share what I've learned here. You can enter a number that's not divisible by 14336 when you're asked for the starting point of the loop. However, it seems the game will use the closest value smaller than what you entered that's a multiple of 14336. For example, if you enter 354432 as the loop start point, the song will loop at 344064. Obviously that'll wreck what would otherwise have been a seamless loop.

What I do is remove any unnecessary silence at the beginning of the file (all default songs in My Music stat immediately,) then find two points in the song where I can get a seamless loop going. I write down the sample number of both loop points. Then I find the closest sample that's bigger than the start point but still a multiple of 14336 - just divide the start point by 14336, round up, and multiply that by 14336. After I have my new starting point, I find the difference between that and the old one, and advance the ending point by that much.

For example, let's say I originally found the loop points to be 354432 and 3751168. The new start point would be 358400, since 354432/14336 = 24.7, and 25*14336 = 358400. The difference between the new start point and the old one is 3968. So the new ending point for the loop should be 3751168+3968 = 3755136. Then just crop out everything after the end of the loop and proceed as usual, using the new loop starting point when Androu1's tool asks for it.

Hope that helped.
Step 10: Open the WAV files the BRSTM tool created, these will be signified by <original BRSTM name>.wav (L/R if you are using stereo)

Step 11: If you are doing stereo tracks, split the track.



Step 12: Copy the two individual speaker tracks into the corresponding file, (so the left track goes into <original BRSTM name>L and the right track <original BRSTM name>R)

Step 13: Highlight each of the mono tracks (labeled <original BRSTM name> L and <original BRSTM name> R) and go to file-> export selection. When it asks if you want to overwrite the original, say yes.



Step 14: Open Start.Bat again and hit enter (just close the window if it asks about edittext.pl)

Step 15: When it asks you about the looping point, put in the starting point in the song, remember it must be a multiple of 14336. Hit enter

Step 16: Look through your folder and find a file called Lentgh.txt open it. Where it says samples COPY ONLY THE NUMBER. Then paste it into Start.Bat. Hit Enter

Step 17: When it asks you for a name of the song, give it a name. Then hit enter until the program closes. The edited BRSTM should be in the Edited Songs folder.

How to load music from the SD card

Step 1: Create a GCT file with these codes added to it.

Code:
File Patch 3.5.1 (NTSC-U) [Phantom Wings]
E0000000 80008000
225664EC 00000000
0401BFE0 4858BE20
065A7E00 00000070
38A00067 38810020
3CE0805A 60E37C18
4BE52531 38A0007F
3883FFE8 38610020
4BE52521 38A00068
60E47C18 38610020
9421FF80 BC410008
38610088 4BA74DB9
7C7C1B78 2C030000
4082000C 38210080
4800001C B8410008
38210080 4BE524E5
38610008 4BA742E1
7C7C1B78 4BA741E8
040223E0 48585BC0
065A7FA0 00000020
77239000 2C030000
4182000C 7FDDC850
3BDEFFE0 93DB0008
4BA7A42C 00000000
0401CD0C 4858B1F4
065A7F00 00000038
2C030000 4182000C
4BA7DD51 4BA74E04
80780008 2C030000
41820014 8118000C
7C634214 7C7B1850
48000008 8078000C
4BA74DE0 00000000
043EE9D8 48000014
043EEBD4 48000014
043D8B9C 48000018
043E9B4C 38600000
043E9D38 38600000
043D8C80 60000000
80000000 80406920
80000001 805A7C00
8A001001 00000000
045A7C10 2F525342
045A7C14 452F7066
80000001 805A7B00
8A001001 00000000
065A7B10 0000000F
2F525342 452F7066
2F736F75 6E642F00
041C6CE0 483E0D20
065A7A00 00000028
9421FF80 BC410008
3C60805A 60637B1F
4BE52931 B8410008
38210080 4BE52995
4BC1F2C4 00000000
065A7900 00000078
9421FF80 7C0802A6
9001000C BC810010
9421FF00 7C872378
54B2BA7E 7CD33378
38800000 9081000C
90810010 90610014
90810018 3880FFFF
9081001C 38610020
90610008 7CE43B78
38A00080 4BE529F5
38610008 4BA752A1
60000000 80210000
B8810010 8001000C
7C0803A6 80210000
4E800020 00000000
043E399C 481C3F04
065A78A0 00000010
80BC0020 7CA59214
3A400000 4BE3C0F4
043DBAEC 481CBDE4
065A78D0 00000018
800302A4 2C130000
41820008 7E609B78
3A600000 4BE3420C
041CDF7C 483D9884
065A7800 00000098
818C0014 9421FF80
BC410008 3D009034
61089D94 7C034000
4082003C 7C882378
3C60804D 60630000
3C80805A 60847B00
7CC53378 38C04200
80E40080 2C070000
40820014 60000000
480000B9 2C030000
41820010 B8410008
80210000 4BC26724
70A501FF 3868FFFF
3C80804C 6084FFFF
7C842A14 38A04001
38A5FFFF 8C040001
9C030001 2C050000
4082FFF0 B8410008
80210000 4BC2670C
141CCF90 483DA770
065A7700 00000048
9421FF80 BC410008
7FE3FB78 3C80805A
60847B00 38A00000
38C04000 480001E5
90640080 807F0008
907A0014 907A005C
907A0074 B8410008
80210000 807F0000
4BC25854 00000000
E0000000 80008000
2. Place the BRSTM files here:
USA: X:\private\Wii\App\RSBE\pf\sound\strm\(Music Number).brstm
Japan: X:\private\wii\app\RSBJ\pf\sound\strm\(Music Number).brstm
PAL: X:\private\wii\app\RSBP\pf\sound\strm\(Music Number).brstm

3. You need to rename the file based upon the file name of the song you want to replace, here is a list of the music tracks: (taken from Hyrule.net)

For example A01.brstm will replace the Super Mario Bros. Overworld music.

Code:
A01 - Super Mario Bros. - Overworld
A02 - Super Mario Bros. - Underground
A03 - Super Mario Bros. - Underwater
A04 - Super Mario Land - Easton Kingdom
A05 - Super Mario Bros. 3 - Airship Fortress
A06 - Super Mario World-Super Mario Bros. 3 - Castle-Vs. Boom Boom
A07 - Super Mario World - Title/Ending
A08 - New Super Mario Bros. - Overworld
A09 - Luigi's Mansion - Main Theme
A10 - Mario & Luigi Partners in Time - Gritzy Desert
A13 - Super Mario Sunshine - Isle Delfino [Original]
A14 - Super Mario Sunshine - Ricco Harbour [Original]
A15 - Super Mario 64 - Overworld [Original]
A16 - Super Mario Bros. - Medley
A17 - Mario Bros. - Medley
A20 - Super Mario Kart - Mario Circuit
A21 - Mario Kart 64 - Circuit
A22 - Mario Kart DS - Waluigi Pinball
A23 - Mario Kart Double Dash - Rainbow Road [Original]

B: DK Series

B01 - Donkey Kong Country - Jungle Japes
B02 - Donkey Kong Country - DK Island Swing-Bonus Room Blitz [Original]
B03 - Donkey Kong - Medley
B04 - Donkey Kong - Medley 2
B05 - Donkey Kong Country - Vs. King K. Rool-Ship Deck 2
B06 - Donkey Kong Country 2 Diddy Kong's Quest - Stickerbrush Symphony (Bramble Blast)
B07 - Donkey Kong Jungle Beat - Battle for Storm Hill [Original]
B08 - Donkey Kong Country - Jungle Groove 2
B09 - Donkey Kong - Level 1
B10 - Donkey Kong Barrel Blast - Jungle

C: The Legend of Zelda Series

C01 - The Legend of Zelda - Title-Dungeon
C02 - The Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past - Overworld
C03 - The Legend of Zelda II Link's Awakening - Great Temple-Temple
C04 - The Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past - Dark World
C05 - The Legend of Zelda A Link to the Past - Dark World Woods
C07 - The Legend of Zelda - Overworld
C08 - The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time - Hyrule Field
C09 - The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time - Ocarina of Time Medley
C10 - The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time - Windmill Hut-Ganondorf's Theme
C11 - The Legend of Zelda The Wind Waker - Molgera [Original]
C12 - The Legend of Zelda Four Swords - Minigame (I'm really sure it's from there somewhere...)
C13 - The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time - Gerudo Valley [Original]
C14 - The Legend of Zelda Majora's Mask - Termina Field [Original]
C15 - The Legend of Zelda The Wind Waker- Dragon Roost Island [Original]
C16 - The Legend of Zelda The Wind Waker - Ocean [Original] (I would call it Great Sea, like the SSBB level, but I'm going to call what it's called in the OST)
C17 - The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess - Hyrule Field [Original]
C18 - The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess - Hidden Village [Original]
C19 - The Legend of Zelda The Twilight Princess - Midna's Desperation
C20? - The Legend of Zelda? - Song of Storms Remix?

D: Metroid Series

D01 - Metroid - Brinstar (I believe it's a mix on the Brinstar theme found in Metroid Pinball, but it's different from 1:34... which I think it goes off to the Tetris DS Metroid song, but meh. It's easier to just say it's a new Brinstar mix)
D02 - Metroid - Norfair
D03 - Metroid - Credits
D04 - Super Metroid - Vs. Ridley
D05 - Super Metroid - Credits
D06 - Metroid Fusion - Sector 1
D07 - Metroid Prime - Title-Credits (again, it's more an arrangement, but it's enough to say it's from SSBB)
D08 - Metroid Prime - Vs. Parasite Queen [Original]
D09 - Metroid Prime - Vs. Meta-Ridley [Original]
D10 - Metroid Prime 2 Echoes - Hunters [Original]

E: Yoshi Series

E01 - Yoshi's Story - Yoshi's Ending
E02 - Super Mario World 2 Yoshi's Island - Athletic-Baby Bowser Introduction
E03 - Super Mario World 2 Yoshi's Island - Makin' Eggs, Throwin' Eggs
E05 - ???
E06 - ??? - Yoshi's Island DS
E07 - Super Mario World 2 Yoshi's Island - Athletic

F: Kirby Series

F01 - Kirby Air Ride - Legendary Air Ride Machine
F02 - Kirby Super Star - Vs. King Dedede
F03 - Kirby - Boss Medley
F04 - Kirby's Adventure - Butter Building
F05 - Kirby Super Star - Gourment Race
F06 - Kirby's Super Star - Meta-Knight's Revenge
F07 - Kirby Super Star - Vs. Marx
F08 - Kirby 64 - Zero Two
F09 - Kirby & The Amazing Mirror - Nature Area [Original]
F10 - Kirby Air Ride - Checker Knights [Original]
F11 - Kirby Air Ride - Frozen Hillside [Original]
F12 - Kirby Squeak Squad - Squeak Battle

G: Star Fox Series

G01 - Main Theme - Star Fox
G02 - Star Fox - Corneria
G03 - Star Fox - Medley? Main Theme? (Not sure)
G04 - Star Fox 64 - Area 6
G05 - Star Fox 64 - Star Wolf
G07 - Star Fox Assault - ??? [Original]
G08 - Star Fox Assault - ??? [Original]
G09 - Star Fox Assault - Star Wolf [Original]
G10 - Star Fox - Space Armada
G11 - ???

H: Pokemon Series

H01 - Pokemon Blue-Red - Main Theme
H02 - Pokemon Blue-Red - Pokemon Center
H03 - Pokemon Blue-Red - Pokemon Route 01-Pallet Town
H04 - Pokemon Blue-Red - Title-Evolving Theme
H05 - Pokemon Ruby-Sapphire - Wild Pokemon Battle
H06 - Pokemon Ruby-Sapphire - Champion Road
H07 - Pokemon Diamond-Pearl - Wild Pokemon Battle
H08 - Pokemon Diamond-Pearl - Dialga-Palkia Battle
H09 - Pokemon Diamond-Pearl - Team Galaxy Battle
H10 - Pokemon Diamond-Pearl - Route 209

I: F-Zero Series

I01 - F-Zero - Mute City
I02 - F-Zero - White Land
I03 - F-Zero - Fire Field
I04 - F-Zero X - Main Menu [Original]
I05 - F-Zero X - Silence ~Dream Chaser~ [Original]
I06 - F-Zero X - Devil's Forest ~Devil's Call In Your Heart~ [Original]
I07 - F-Zero X - White Land ~Climb Up And Get The Last Chance~ [Original] (shame it's not the EXpansion Pak extended version)
I08 - F-Zero GX - Replay ~Brain Cleaner~ [Original]
I09 - F-Zero GX - Vegas Palace ~Shotgun Kiss~ [Original]
I10 - F-Zero GX - Green Plant ~Planet Colors~ [Original]

J: Fire Emblem Series

J02 - Fire Emblem - Main Theme
J03 - Fire Emblem Gaiden - With Mila's Divine Protection (Celica Map 1)
J04 - ???
J06 - Fire Emblem Blazing Sword - Preparing to Advance
J07 - Fire Emblem Blazing Sword - Winning Road
J08 - Fire Emblem Blazing Sword - Strike
J09 - Fire Emblem Path Of Radiance - Vs. Black Knight [Original]
J10 - Fire Emblem Path Of Radiance - Crimea Attacks [Original]
J11 - Fire Emblem Path Of Radiance - Power-Hungry Fool [Original]
J12 - Fire Emblem Path Of Radiance - Victory Is Near [Original]
J13 - Fire Emblem Radiant Dawn - ??? [Original]

K: Earthbound Series

K01 - Mother - ???
K05 - Mother - Humoresque of a Little Dog
K07 - Mother 3 - Porky's Theme
K08 - ???
K09 - Mother 3 - Unfounded Revenge-Smashing Song of Praise

L: Pikmin Series

L01 - Pikmin 2 - Main Theme
L02 - Pikmin - Forest of Hope [Original]
L03 - Pikmin - Environmental Sounds
L04 - Pikmin - Ai no Uta-Song of Love-Credits
L05 - Pikmin 2 - Tane no Uta
L06 - Pikmin - Main Theme [Original]
L07 - Pikmin - Stage Cleared-Title Screen [Original]
L08 - Pikmin - Ai no Uta (French)-Song of Love-Credits [Original]

M: WarioWare Series

M01 - WarioWare, Inc. - Main Theme
M02 - WarioWare, Inc. - Medley
M03 - WarioWare Twisted! - Mona Pizza (Japanese)
M04 - WarioWare Twisted! - Mona Pizza (English)
M05 - Wario Ware Touched! - I Love Mic (Japanese)
M06 - Wario Ware Touched! - I Love Mic (English)
M07 - WarioWare Touched! - Ashley's Song (Japanese)
M08 - WarioWare Touched! - Ashley's Song (English)
M09-M16 - ???
M17 - WarioWare, Inc. - The Maze That Pays [Original]
M18 - ???

N: Animal Crossing Series

N01 - Animal Crossing Wild World - Title
N02 - Animal Crossing - Go K.K. Rider!
N03 - ???
N05 - Animal Crossing Wild World - The Roost
N06 - Animal Crossing Wild World - Town Hall-Nook's Store
N07 - Animal Crossing - K.K. Cruisin' [Original]
N08 - Animal Crossing - K.K. Western [Original]
N09 - Animal Crossing - K.K. Gumbo [Original]
N10 - Animal Crossing - Rockin' K.K. [Original]
N11 - Animal Crossing - DJ K.K. [Original]
N12 - Animal Crossing - K.K. Condor [Original]

P: Kid Icarus

P01 - Kid Icarus - Underworld.mp3
P02 - Kid Icarus - Title
P03 - Kid Icarus - Overworld.mp3
P04 - Kid Icarus - NES Medley

Q: NES Series

Q01 - NES Medley
Q02 - ???
Q04 - Dr. Mario - Chill
Q05 - Clu Clu Land - Medley
Q06 - Balloon Fight - Balloon Flight
Q07 - Ice Climber - Main Theme
Q08 - Shin Onigashima - ???
Q09 - ???
Q10 - Tetris - Music A
Q11 - Tetris - Music B
Q12 - X - Tunnel Scene
Q13 - Wrecking Crew - ???
Q14 - Nazo no Murasamejou - ???

R: Misc. Series

R02 - Super Smash Bros. Brawl - Pictochat.mp3
R03 - Super Smash Bros. Brawl - Electroplankton
R04 - Super Smash Bros. Brawl - Flat Zone 2
R05 - Mario Tennis-Mario Golf - Medley
R06 - ???
R07 - ???
R08 - ???
R09 - 1080 Snowboarding - Golden Forest
R10 - Nintendo Wii - Mii Channel
R11 - Nintendo Wii - Shop Channel
R12 - Golden Sun - Battle
R13 - ???
R14 - Excite Truck - ???
R15 - Brain Age Train Your Brain in Minutes a Day - Medley
R16 - Wii Sports - Title
R17 - Wii Play - Cow Racing

S: Metal Gear Series

S02 - Metal Gear Solid - Encounter
S03 - Metal Gear - Theme of Tara
S04 - Yell ''Dead Cell'' [Original]
S05 - Metal Gear Solid 3 Snake Eater - Snake Eater (Instrumental) [Original]
S06 - Metal Gear Solid 4 Guns of the Patriots - Theme of Love
S07 - Metal Gear Solid - Cavern
S08 - Metal Gear Solid 3 Snake Eater - Battle in the Base [Original]
S10 - Metal Gear 2 Solid Snake - Opening
S11 - Metal Gear Solid Portable Ops - Calling to the Night [Original]

T: Super Smash Bros. Past Series 1

T01 - Super Smash Bros. - Credits
T02 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Main Menu 1
T03 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Final Destination 2
T05 - Super Smash Bros. Brawl - Final Destination

U: Sonic the Hedgehog Series

U01 - Sonic the Hedgehog - Green Hill Zone [Original]
U02 - Sonic the Hedgehog - Scrap Brain Zone [Original]
U03 - Sonic the Hedgehog 2 - Emerald Hill Zone [Original]
U04 - Sonic 3 - Angel Island Zone
U06 - Sonic CD - Sonic Boom [Original]
U07 - Sonic R - Super Sonic Racing [Original]
U08 - Sonic Adventure - Open Your Heart [Original]
U09 - Sonic Adventure 2 - Live and Learn [Original]
U10 - Sonic Heroes - Sonic Heroes [Original]
U11 - Sonic Rush - Leaf Storm Zone ~Right There, Right On~ [Original]
U12 - SONIC the Hedgehog - His World (Instrumental) [Original]
U13 - Sonic and the Secret Rings - Seven Rings In Hand [Original]

W: Super Smash Bros. Melee Past Stages (For the most part, they have been remastered, but not edited)

W01 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Peach's Castle [Original]
W02 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Rainbow Cruise [Original]
W03 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Jungle Japes [Original]
W04 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Brinstar Depths [Original]
W05 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Yoshi's Island
W06 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Fountain of Dreams
W07 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Green Greens [Original]
W08 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Corneria [Original]
W09 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Pokemon Stadium [Original]
W10 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Poke Floats [Original]
W11 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Big Blue [Original]
W12 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Onett [Original]
W13 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Icicle Mountain [Original]
W14 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Flat Zone [Original].mp3
W15 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Super Mario Bros. 3 [Original]
W16 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Pokemon Stadium 2 [Original]
W17 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Fire Emblem [Original]
W18 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Mach Rider [Original]
W19 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Other Side [Original]
W20 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Doctor Mario [Original]
W21 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Battlefield [Original]
W23 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Multi-Man Melee [Original]
W24 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Hyrule Temple [Original]
W25 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Final Destination [Original]
W26 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Kongo Jungle [Original]
W27 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Brinstar [Original]
W28 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Venom [Original]
W29 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Mute City [Original]
W30 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Menu [Original]
W31 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Vs. Giga Bowser [Original]

X: Super Smash Bros. Brawl Series

X01 - Super Smash Bros. Brawl - Main Theme.mp3
X02 - Super Smash Bros. Brawl - Main Menu.mp3
X03 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Menu 2.mp3
X04 - Super Smash Bros. Brawl - Athletic Main Theme.mp3
X05 - Super Smash Bros. Brawl - Final Destination.mp3
X06 - Cutscene
X07 - Super Smash Bros. Brawl - WiFi Waiting Room-Main Theme Acoustic Guitar Remix.mp3
X08 - Cutscene
X09 - Cutscene
X10 - Super Smash Bros. Melee - Tournament Mode.mp3
X11-22 - Cutscenes
X26 - Super Smash Bros. Brawl - Target Test.mp3
X27 - Super Smash Bros. Brawl - Credits (just a guess)

Y: Super Smash Bros. Brawl Unknown Tracks

Y01-17 - Unknown (possibly cutscenes)

Z: Small Themes

Z01 - Mario Series Victory
Z02 - DK Series Victory
Z03 - Zelda Series Victory
Z04 - Samus Aran's Victory
Z05 - Yoshi's Victory
Z06 - Kirby Series Victory
Z07 - Star Fox Series Victory
Z08 - Pokemon Series Victory
Z10 - Captain Falcon's Victory (F-Zero GX Fanfare)
Z11 - Earthbound Series Victory
Z16 - Ice Climber's Victory
Z17 - Fire Emblem Victory
Z18 - Mr. Game & Watch's Victory (different from last time)
Z21 - Wario's Victory
Z22 - Meta-Knight's Victory
Z23 - Pit's Victory.mp3
Z25 - Captain Olimar's Victory
Z46 - Snake's Victory
Z47 - Sonic's Victory (SONIC the Hedgehog Stage Cleared)
Z50 - Continue
Z51 - Game Over
Z54 - Minor Item Unlocked
Z55 - Rare Item Unlocked
Z56 - Money Paid
Z57 - Secondary Item Unlocked
Z58 - Everything Unlocked
 

Sails

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I would like to point out that you should not attempt to combine this with the latest nightly unless you like painfully loud beeping noises coming from what should be your custom songs. I have a feeling it has to do with the gameconfig.txt, so wait for the next nightly or a fix.
 

jokey665

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I posted this in the texture thread where the code was first posted but I'll post it here too so more people can see it/try to find out what's wrong:
So I got this working, just replaced the menu music to start with to see if I did it right. Well the music played fine... mostly. It would play a high pitch screech kind of noise for a split second every 4-5 seconds or so, sometimes more frequently and sometimes less frequently. It did this for each of the four songs I tried. Not sure what's causing it.
 

camelot

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Wait, does this mean you can load music from the SD card without burning? I heard that streaming music from the SD card (if possible) would cause a lot of strain on it, and the file replacement code couldn't replace music.

edit: Nevermind, I read about it just now.
 

Hylatio

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The program is not creating WAV files as you say it is supposed to in Step 10. What am I doing wrong? I am using an original BRSTM file.
 

-Axle-

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Yeah, I have the same problem.

The program is not creating WAV files as you say it is supposed to in Step 10. What am I doing wrong? I am using an original BRSTM file.
EDIT: I renamed my original BRSTM to A01 and I was good to go, I think the file name needs to have no spaces (excluding characters like "-" would probably be a good idea as well)
 

HH92

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But how do we get BRSTM files? Is it possible to convert Mp3s?
 

FSLink

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So I got this working, just replaced the menu music to start with to see if I did it right. Well the music played fine... mostly. It would play a high pitch screech kind of noise for a split second every 4-5 seconds or so, sometimes more frequently and sometimes less frequently. It did this for each of the four songs I tried. Not sure what's causing it.
Confirming this as well. Though it seems that without a custom character screen, it freezes less often (at least from my experience)
 

jokey665

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The new version of the code fixed all my problems completely. I did get a freeze when I was setting my buffer when I first turned it on, but after restarting it I had no problems. I've got about 60 songs on my SD card so far and they all work with the exception of a couple, and that's probably because I screwed up when making them.
 

VietGeek

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I love how I just bought an internal DVD burner, bought Lopex to SATA power adapters for my old computer to use it, 50 DVDs, wasted 2 of them troubleshooting songs...

And this comes out.

Wow, f*ck you Sakurai.

First you make me not autosweetspot the ledge from a Dancing Blade in about every iteration of Brawl and Melee...and now this.

<_<

good sh*t Phantom Wings...good **** ;_;
 

Vaya

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At Step 12, when I try to copy the speaker tracks to the corresponding tracks, Audacity stops responding and I have to close it out. Does anybody know why this might happen or what I could be doing wrong?
 

-Axle-

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You have to wait a little bit for it to work, don't keep clicking around after you copypasta.
 

Vaya

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Waiting doesn't work, I left it alone for over 2 min and nothing changed.

Edit: I'm good now. I think I solved my problem.
 

leafbarrett

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Well, I converted the BRSTM into WAV, edited, followed all the instructions, put everything where it belongs, and when I try to go to the stage and listen to the music there, I get the LBOD (loud buzz of death aka crash). ><
 

tsunami70875

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Well, I converted the BRSTM into WAV, edited, followed all the instructions, put everything where it belongs, and when I try to go to the stage and listen to the music there, I get the LBOD (loud buzz of death aka crash). ><
are you using any ingame battle portraits? mine was fixed after i deleted mine (not the selection portraits, just the inbattle ones)
 

Liquid Gen

Smash Ace
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Jun 17, 2008
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Warner Robins, GA
Everything up until the point where I have to open the length file works. When I open it, its empty. I'm pretty sure somethings missing, but...

Yes, the .dlls are in my system file and system32 file.
 

KenHitokiri

Smash Rookie
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Every time I make a brstm, in game, there's some lag before it starts playing...and no, it's not the wav file I'm using. What's up with that?
 

KenHitokiri

Smash Rookie
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Jun 15, 2009
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Ah. So I assume no way to fix it or make it shorter?

EDIT: Like, I'm experiencing a huge gap, but my friend is not. Then again, I'm testing all of this on a 256 MB card that was at the bottom of a melted candle a few years ago. So that could be it, right?
 

SymphonicSage12

Smash Master
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Ken, you need a bigger sd card. Probably a 1 GB one.


BTW, where can I get a brstm file for a song that i want to replace a song ingame with? Google isn't helping, really. @_@
 

KenHitokiri

Smash Rookie
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Jun 15, 2009
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Haha, I have one, the one I'm using is just a test card. Also, from what I've done, you don't need an original brstm file. And besides the lag, which I discovered WAS from the small SD, I've had no problem. All I did was:

1. Stick MP3 in Audacity, play with it till loops or find point (by sampling) where I wanna make my looping point.
2. Split into mono tracks, and save them separatly into two wav files.
3. Save them as __L.wav and __R.wav.
4. Stick them in the root folder of Androu1's tool and follow instructions (Select letter, type in __(the name without the .wav or the L/R) and press enter, then follow instructions.


EDIT: Oh! Also, why do the guides say put them in 32000 Hz? I haven't needed to yet.
 

tsunami70875

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Wisconsin, USA
Haha, I have one, the one I'm using is just a test card. Also, from what I've done, you don't need an original brstm file. And besides the lag, which I discovered WAS from the small SD, I've had no problem. All I did was:

1. Stick MP3 in Audacity, play with it till loops or find point (by sampling) where I wanna make my looping point.
2. Split into mono tracks, and save them separatly into two wav files.
3. Save them as __L.wav and __R.wav.
4. Stick them in the root folder of Androu1's tool and follow instructions (Select letter, type in __(the name without the .wav or the L/R) and press enter, then follow instructions.


EDIT: Oh! Also, why do the guides say put them in 32000 Hz? I haven't needed to yet.
If you're using Audacity, there's no need for to changing to 32 kHz
 
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