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If the ring in Mushroom Hill Zone leads to the Hidden Palace, why doesn't Sonic just use that to completely sequence break Sonic 3 and stop Eggman from reaching the Master Emerald?

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I'll be honest: I played Sonic Mania a couple months before playing Sonic 3, and this song in particular blew me away the first time playing. It's not my favorite song from Sonic Mania, mind you, but when I heard this for my first time I was awestruck at how good it was. I knew that, if I were to ever cover Lava Reef Zone, that I would eventually be unable to resist going back and doing Act 2, and I decided, while I was making samples for last week's song, that I could actually make it happen. That's why I placed the DPCM samples in the opening three rows...but I held off on doing it for the rest of the song because I wanted those DPCM drums instead.
-Trojan

Music composed by Michael Jackson, Brad Buxer, Cirocco Jones, Bobby Brooks, Darryl Ross, Geoff Grace, Doug Grigsby, Sachio Ogawa, Tatsuyuki Maeda, and Jun Senoue
Sonic the Hedgehog © 1991-20XX SEGA

Why did I have this bridge of breakable bricks instaaaaaaaaaaaalled?!

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I've wanted to do this one for a while, and I decided to just go for it one day. I was gonna save this for Mario 3's anniversary, but I had a better idea in mind, so I pushed this forward on my schedule a bit. I also wanted to do something fancy with working in SMAS' Bowser themes since they're similar keys, but it actually didn't end up meshing well with this song in particular. Maybe I'll try that song another day...
-Trojan

Music originally composed by Koji Kondo
(Section from Super Mario RPG originally composed by Yoko Shimomura)
Super Mario Bros. © Nintendo 1981-20XX

A pleasant breeze blows through the town.

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Remember when I said I wanted to mess around with DPCM sampling a couple weeks ago? I wasn't kidding. I decided, after using the Sonatina choir samples, to mess around with some of the drums from the same soundfont to try and make myself a set of drums to use in future projects, then started messing around with the string samples. Then I decided for whatever reason to try making an original song using these samples, and the result was this town music.

As I stated before, I have to know how I want to use these samples before I even make the .wav files that will then be imported to Famitracker, then I have to make sure they don't sound completely awful before committing to it, and if I want to loop them I have to put them through Audacity and lower the volume and take a tiny portion of it so that it loops decently, and even then I've had some issues. It's a pain in the ass, for sure, and I'll admit that it's probably better to use the N163 expansion for stuff like this to save on filespace (VinylCheese, another chiptune composer who's far more experienced than I am, is a champ at doing this). I've also learned after getting this ready that apparently I can only have 64 samples in one .ftm file at a time, meaning I have to be pretty stingy about them. That being said, I think it turned out pretty well in this song, but I feel like I haven't squeezed out all I can with the DPCM channel quite yet...
-Trojan

String samples created using the Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra VST/Soundfont, then converted to DPCM

Good morning, Draccy!

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Due to the leak that happened hours before the Smash Direct, I'm pretty sure everyone was expecting Simon. However, I don't think anyone was expecting Richter to appear as well, and I'm pretty sure less than no one was expecting Kid Dracula, of all characters, to show up as a stage boss. In light of all this, I decided to try and cover the opening level from his home game, and since it's based on Castlevania 3's opening level (which was already made in VRC6 to begin with) I figured I'd try and do it in the style of Akumajō Densetsu...which raises a few problems of its own.

See, in CV3 style VRC6, a good set of instruments go from V00 to V-whatever within their specific Pulse Width settings, meaning I had to make a ton of instruments specifically for whatever the situation called for. This admittedly clears up space in the effects channel for other stuff, and honestly makes it sound cleaner than it would be otherwise, but I normally try to avoid making instruments that have specific pulse widths and just make one or two with specific volumes and worry about pulse widths in the effects list because I feel like it bloats the instrument list, sometimes with instruments I don't ever use. Perhaps most pivotal to this was to avoid using the Triangle channel, and after having relied on it for so long it's a little weird not using it. However, I think this turned out pretty well.
-Trojan

Music originally composed by Shinji Tasaka and Satoko Minami
Kid Dracula © 1990-20XX Konami
Castlevania © 1986-20XX Konami

If only Winter actually came early...

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Since I did tease this track at the beginning of Touhou Week, I figured I'd post it for Friday's track. This was honestly something that was planned last minute. I wanted to do something for the teaser, I didn't want said teaser to be mute, and I wanted it to be a title theme, so I went with Touhou 7's title theme. And with this, that'll be a wrap on Touhou Week. Regular updates will resume on the 31st, so I'll see you then!

-Trojan

P.S.: I almost didn't think this would fit into the YouTube title bar.

Music originally composed by ZUN
Touhou © 1997-20XX Team Shanghai Alice

A little something Extra.

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Surprise! I had a couple more videos to post! By far the most notable Extra Boss theme, one of the most popular Touhou songs ever (being at the top of the THWiki's Popularity Poll for 2018 and consistently making top 5 every year the music poll's been held), and one of my absolute favorite Extra Boss themes, U.N. Owen Was Her is the Touhou song everyone who's heard of the series has at least heard of. It was honestly a matter of when I'd cover it, not if, so I figured I'd take the opportunity to get it out of the way now so it won't bug me later.

Of course, as I knew going in, covering it would be a pain. Semi-frequent time signature changes, very horror-esque strings, and the general fast-paced nature of the song meant covering it was more annoying than any of the others. That being said, I had so much fun making this that I'd do it again in a heartbeat, and I even took the liberty to experiment with DPCM choirs in the dedicated triplet section; it's something I definitely want to screw around with in the future, but because I have to know what chords to use before making the samples, and because each chord has to be its own sample, and because it has to hog the DPCM channel to pull this off I don't know how often I'll get a good chance to use it.

-Trojan

Choir samples created using the Sonatina Symphonic Orchestra VST/Soundfont, then converted to DPCM

Music originally composed by ZUN
Touhou © 1997-20XX Team Shanghai Alice

Back to where it all began...

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I figured it was fitting that I end this week off with the very first stage theme from the very first game: Highly Responsive to Prayers...which actually isn't a shmup! If you've never played it, it's a weird, experimental, Arkanoid-like game where you have to guide a ball around an arena to clear stages and beat bosses. Because it's the first in the entire franchise, it's very, VERY far removed from what Touhou would later become, and it didn't even have Reimu's counterpart, Marisa (she wouldn't debut until Story of Eastern Wonderland). However, one thing that hasn't changed is ZUN's musical skill, which is why I'm covering this track, as I think it holds up even to this day.

Now, regarding downloads, I'd normally have it up by now, but I decided to do a little something extra...
-Trojan

Music originally composed by ZUN
Touhou © 1997-20XX Team Shanghai Alice

The calm before the storm.

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Hands down, this is my favorite final stage theme in any Touhou game. The sheer, raw emotion from its simplistic main melody and chords, combined with the quiet, peaceful synth-piano notes at the beginning, also combined with the waves and sounds you'd expect from an empty ocean, all brought together by the way the level it's used in is designed make the buildup to Junko one of the best I've seen in any shmup. It's for this reason I think Legacy of Lunatic Kingdom, despite all the issues I have with it and despite how brutally difficult it is, is one of my favorites in the series.

As for the cover, I wanted to experiment with twinkling notes across all-channels to make it seem more bright, combined with blank instruments in the lead melodies having sweeping volume. I also snuck in a bit of Pure Furies, which I think is fair because the main melody of THIS track was also used for Junko's boss theme.
-Trojan

Music originally composed by ZUN
Touhou © 1997-20XX Team Shanghai Alice

The theme for the ever-popular vengeful spirit who's appeared in every game!


*sob*

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Debuting as far back as Highly Responsive to Prayers, but not getting her own theme until Story of Eastern Wonderland is Mima, that one character a lot of fans want to see return! Complete Darkness was effectively her own first theme (seeing as she shared a boss theme with Yuugen Magan), and I wanted to at least try to cover it during Touhou week. There's already a Famitracker cover using the MIDI version that's floating around out there, so I went with the PC-98 original for this cover. I really hope you like square instruments because that's pretty much what the backing harmonies are for this track.
-Trojan

Music originally composed by ZUN
Touhou © 1997-20XX Team Shanghai Alice

An extraordinary theme for an ordinary magician.

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A while ago, before mirroring my YouTube videos on Bitchute, I did a cover of Dream Battle ~ Maiden's Capriccio, aka Reimu's theme from Imperishable Night, due to Touhou's 20th anniversary being that day. However, there was another Stage 4 boss theme that I really wanted to do, and it's only fitting that Day 4 features Love-Colored Master Spark, aka Marisa's boss theme from the same game and stage. Marisa hasn't quite been my favorite character (I honestly prefer Reimu over her), but that does nothing to detract from her. She's likable, she's an underdog, she's fast, she's hard-working, she has a giant fucking laser, AND her music is outstanding, hence why I knew I wanted to do this track.

Also, I couldn't decide to go with just her Imperishable Night incarnation, or the original version from Touhou 2: Story of Eastern Wonderland (Love-Colored Magic), so I went with a mixture of both. I decided to use the Touhou 2 pitch because I felt like the D#-minor pitch fit parts of this song better. Speaking of Eastern Wonderland...
-Trojan

P.S.: I'm aware of a peculiar bug regarding the DPCM Master Spark when played in VirtuaNES. Have not tested it on console by virtue of not having a flashcard OR a Famicom to test it on, so there may also be issues there.

Music originally composed by ZUN
Touhou © 1997-20XX Team Shanghai Alice

Shh! No danmaku battles in the library!

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What would Touhou week be without the obligatory cover of a theme from Embodiment of Scarlet Devil? That being said, I had a little trouble deciding between this and Shanghai Alice of Meiji. Ultimately went with this because:
A) I wanted to mess around with 3/4 time signatures and regal-sounding instrumentation.
B) I noticed it got the shaft in terms of Famitracker covers, but not in the way of GXSCC covers...
C) I'm trying to keep a balance between stage and boss themes.
D) Hong Meiling was sleeping on the job.
Like with Pierrot of the Star-Spangled Banner, I used the sawtooth channel to make the VRC6 instrumentation seem more alive for the bulk of the track. This was the plan from before I started working on it, but I wasn't sure if it would work at first because it's supposed to be a piano lead. Overall, this is an underrated song that I had a blast covering. Of course, I think the library itself smells of rats, which brings me to...
-Trojan

Music originally composed by ZUN
Touhou © 1997-20XX Team Shanghai Alice

“What? This here's s'posedta' be MY territory!”

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To quote ZUN on this: “I think this theme turned out particularly video-gamey”. With that in mind, you'd expect there to already be a number of 8-bit covers of this, but to my surprise there weren't any to be found, either on YouTube OR NND! There was one Genesis/Mega Drive remix of it, but that's it. With that knowledge in mind, I decided to try and cover it for Touhou Week. Not quite sure I hit the mark, but I'd like to think I did alright. Also don't worry, there will be more than just HSiFS covers this week!

Incidentally, I passed up doing Bad Apple so I could do this, not just to avoid giving the PC-98 too much representation (as you'll see here in a bit), but because I'd already technically done it and felt I could put off a proper cover until later. Also because of sheer coincidence, Touhou 16.5 happened to launch today at Comiket, and it has both Aunn Komano (whose stage theme I covered) and Nemuno Sakata (the owner of this theme) return as bosses, so although I'd already scheduled the first two tracks ahead of time I found it a little funny that it happened this way.
-Trojan

Music originally composed by ZUN
Touhou © 1997-20XX Team Shanghai Alice

SPRING IS HERE!

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Disclaimer: A MIDI from ShinkoNet was used as reference in the making of this track.

Starting off, we have 'Swimming in a Sakura-Colored Sea', by far my favorite level theme in Touhou 16. As you probably are already aware, Hidden Star in Four Seasons is the first Touhou game to make it onto Steam, and I figured I'd get it and try to beat it before 2018. Needless to say, that didn't happen, but I was eventually able to 1cc it as every character by the 20th of June. After playing though this game so many times there were bound to be a couple of tracks that got stuck in my head, and this happened to be the most memorable of the bunch (that wasn't the final boss theme). I initially toyed with the idea of taking a riff from Battletoads 'Wookie Hole', because I thought they sounded kinda similar...? I quickly abandoned that idea when I realized that no, it wouldn't be appropriate for this album. Maybe another day...
-Trojan

Music originally composed by ZUN
Touhou © 1997-20XX Team Shanghai Alice

Even if I prefer gameplay to supplementary stuff in a video game, I'll be the first to admit that the main draw to Touhou is its music, and while I hardly think ZUN slouched in the gameplay department (most of the time), there's so many remixes and covers of Touhou music that it's a little hard to keep track of them all. Of course, as a chiptune artist, there's so many of these that I so badly want to do, but I also want to post other stuff at the same time. As it happens, this week is usually around the time ZUN publishes new official entries in the Touhou series (and as such, it's technically an anniversary). Therefore, I decided to dedicate the next seven days to posting nothing but Touhou covers.

Starting tomorrow and ending on the 15th, I'm going to be posting one Touhou cover of my choosing in VRC6 every morning at around 8:30 AM PT. This unfortunately means that downloads won't become available until everything's been posted. This has been in the works for a few months now, and I've honestly been trying NOT to slack off to make this happen, but if you end up liking it, I'll see about doing it again next year.
-Trojan

All music composed by ZUN
Touhou Project (C) 1997-20XX Team Shanghai Alice
Playlist here: (soon)

A rematch awaits you in the labyrinth of stars.

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I've wanted to do this one for a while, but lack of inspiration, real life commitment and specifically the way I schedule these tracks got in the way. To give you an idea of how long I prepare some of these tracks in advance, I've had at least three tracks prepared back in May, and this one is only being posted now. I know I could just post them all at once and have more content NOW, but I do these weekly videos because of my commitment to actually having a schedule and a video buffer.

As for this video, this was a remnant from when I wanted to try and theme every cover in July after celestial motifs. Pierrot of the Star-Spangled Banner initially wasn't this (it was more of a 4th of July cover than anything), but I tentatively decided to throw it in. I eventually gave up on it because I really wanted to do Moonlight Densetsu, and I could not for the life of me commit to that. That being said, I'm glad I finally got around to doing this. This was super fun to work on, and I'll gladly take any excuse I can get to have that fancy techno backing.

Also speaking of stuff I've planned in advance, there's something else I've been working on that I'm finally ready to post next week. Unfortunately this will probably eat up most of August, meaning I won't be doing much else this month. I'll be going into more detail on Wednesday, so stay tuned!
-Trojan

P.S.: For the record, the other two tracks were 'Pierrot of the Star-Spangled Banner' and a standalone track that's not coming out until October.

Music originally composed by Kazumi Totaka
Super Mario © 1981-20XX Nintendo

Tonight's chosen game is...Tamagotchi?

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If I'm being honest, this was done as a challenge, as someone else submitted a Famitracker cover of 'Pizza Time' from TMNT2 – Out of the Sewers in VRC7 to a certain stream where that's kind of relevant. I decided to do this as a sort of rebuttal, and so the majority of this was done in about thirty minutes. There was some time spent tuning it up afterward, but for the most part this is what I sent in the first time around. It also really helps that this song's catchy, so it had been stuck in my head for a while by that point.

Also, normally I'd list a composer in the .ftm/.nsf as well as the scrolling text, but I can't do that this time around because I don't know who made the music for this game. I've searched around, but unfortunately I can't find anything on this. If you happen to know who did, let me know in the comments so I can update both the files and the description!
-Trojan

Tamagotchi (C) 1996-20XX Bandai Namco

Let's hit the road, Jack!

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And here's the other song that's part of the .ftm and .nsf I didn't post! If I'm being honest I wasn't entirely satisfied doing just 'Left the Building', so I went ahead and did another The Runaway Five track the same night after working on it. Someone please stop me from using these arpeggios, it's driving me mad!
-Trojan

MOTHER © 1989-20XX Nintendo
Music originally composed by Keiichi Suzuki and Hirokazu Tanaka

It cost about $10,000 to make this video, so, er....help a fella out?

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This track came about partly because I didn't have anything planned last weekend due to what I presumed were birthday shenanigans, but I felt bad because I informed those of you who follow me on Twitter, but not on YouTube. As a result, I cooked this up last night so I'd have at least something to make up for it, and, er, I think I had too much fun with arpeggios when making these instruments.

Also no, this TOTALLY isn't because a certain someone's doing a second let's play of Earthbound. No having idea what you talking about, boing!
-Trojan

MOTHER © 1989-20XX Nintendo
Music originally composed by Keiichi Suzuki and Hirokazu Tanaka

'MURRICA, AW FU- (pichu~n)

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Believe it or not, while Legacy of Lunatic Kingdom isn't the first Touhou game I've beaten overall, it is the first game in the series I've gotten the good ending on. Sadly it's only due to point-device mode, and I got screwed out of beating the game twice the first time around, due to what might be a glitch that wipes your save when you resize the screen, but the fact I've gone through the most hellish stages about six or seven times now (half of which was with the other characters) speaks to how stubborn I can be about hard games. Probably the only reason I bothered was so I'd get some of the stuff from other games that I was struggling with before down pat. It's a dumb reason, but I'd like to think it actually worked, as I've since been able to 1cc a couple of the other Touhou games.

Speaking of hellish, Clownpiece. I like her as a character, and think that she's good competition for Cirno as the strongest fairy. However, she's annoying to fight as a boss, and I will freely admit I've tried going for a bombless run up until I reach her because of some of her spell cards being a pain in the ass to do. While she's probably the hardest boss out of one of the hardest games in the series, I actually was having fun with her by about the fourth or fifth playthrough. I dunno if it's because of Stockholm Syndrome or because I'm unusually attracted to insane difficulty, but something about her feels satisfying to fight (though it helps that she's nowhere near as poorly designed and uninteresting as Dr. Kahl's Robot). In any case, this song was stuck in my head after fighting her so many times, hence why I'm doing it.

...also I'm not going to lie, I also only did it because I wanted to do something for 4th of July.
-Trojan

Music originally composed by ZUN
Touhou © 1997-20XX Team Shanghai Alice

Deja vu.

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Yesterday, I said this is the only track in the game that repeats. Well because of that I took a good look at the track, and decided for whatever reason I wanted to try and do a slower, more melancholy version in the style of David Wise's work on Donkey Kong Country. I think I did it because the sewer level felt slower-paced and that justified the slower remix of it, but I dunno. I don't think it turned out how I hoped, but I honestly like it regardless.
-Trojan

Music originally composed by David Wise
Battletoads © 1991-20XX Rare Ltd.

You might've seen that I've uploaded twice today. That's because, as one of the comments rightfully pointed out, I'd gotten the placement on a couple of the notes at the beginning wrong. I don't know how that happened, and the 'final' result sounded fine to me, but once it was pointed out to me it bugged me enough to want to re-record. Everything SHOULD be fine now. I'll try to not let it happen again, and you can rest assured that it won't happen in tomorrow's video. The original can be found in the playlist for archival purposes, but it's been unlisted for this reason, so keep that in mind.
-Trojan

Original Description follows:
You'd think that because frogs are aquatic animals that their water levels wouldn't be annoying as hell.

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Battletoads has two water stages, and in my opinion I would rather skip both if given the chance. Thankfully only one of them has the traditional “Mario” water physics...problem is, it's the one that's required to beat the game. In any case, they both share this track, making it the only stage song in the entire game that repeats. I wasn't gonna do this originally, but...remember when I said I wanted Phil to finally announce a new Battletoads? He actually delivered! ...albeit, we still know nothing about it other than its developer (Dlali Studios). In any case, I wanted to do another Battletoads track to celebrate.
-Trojan

Music originally composed by David Wise
Battletoads © 1991-20XX Rare Ltd.

Now for some up-beat jazz to go with your super fighting robots.

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Sometime in June, I saw another chiptune artist, TheStupidTriforce, release a cover of Quick Man in the salsa genre. While I loved the cover, I took that as the kick in the pants I needed to do a swing cover of Bubble Man. Why Bubble Man? Look, man, it's got the right key, the right bassline, and the right riffs. It was practically begging for a jazz cover! I also mainly did it because I'd recently finished up Clip Joint Calamity, and wanted to do something else with the knowledge gained from working on it, and since this is really short I decided to just do two tracks this weekend (something that I'll be repeating these next two weekends for...various reasons). I also limited myself to only Noise and Triangle for percussion, just like with the original, because I didn't want to rely on DPCM too much.

Music originally composed by Takeshi Tateishi
Mega Man © 1987-20XX Capcom

The rich men's fighting frogs.

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I AM AN IDIOT. A while back, I said I wasn't going to do Jump Up, Super Star because I thought big band music was annoying to cover. Turns out I was full of it – all I had to do was alternate between the F06 and F03 commands the whole time to get a funky swing beat. Once I realized this, I immediately set out to rectify it, by covering a song from Cuphead that utilized this swing beat to its advantage. I settled on Clip Joint Calamity because it was the only one that came to mind, and while certain parts of it were annoying to work on due to the frequent sax solos, it was a hell of a lot of fun to work on. I think now that my biggest issue is out of the way, I might do more Cuphead tracks in the future.

Also no, I didn't do this because of the DLC campaign being announced last week. The DLC being announced was just a very lucky coincidence.
-Trojan

Cuphead © Studio MDHR 1937-20XX

Normally I'd write something witty here but the joke I had in mind might be too big for this preamble.

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I was gonna upload something else this weekend, but here's the thing: I've been meaning to revisit this track for several months now. I have already done it several years back, but not only was it when I was still new to (and garbage at) Famitracker, there were several things about the song itself that I got completely wrong (for example, the time signature). I'm not proud of it, and I wanted to eventually redo it after working with Famitracker for so long. Ridley FINALLY making it onto the Smash roster gave me the boot in the ass I needed to actually do it.
-Trojan

Metroid © 1986-20XX Nintendo

Famitracker Bits - Lava Reef Zone (Sonic & Knuckles) [VRC6]

Oh no!

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Honestly I wanted to do another Sonic track, so I did one on stream just because. I really wanted to do Hard Times- I mean Ice Cap Zone, but since it's not Christmas yet I decided to hold off and do the polar opposite – that being a lava level. I also recently beat Sonic 3, and while I think it's a lot more coherent overall than Sonic Mania, I prefer the latter due to the amount of things Mania does right over Sonic 3 (namely, some of the bosses in Sonic 3 being a chore to fight).
-Trojan

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