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Post Wed Oct 27, 2004 9:20 pm

I've converted them too but I didnt really notice a difference,

Mono means 1 channel - Meaning you get the same sound coming from both speakers

Stereo means 2 channels - Meaning you get different sounds from both speakers at the same time---eg; Vocals coming from the left speaker and guitar coming from the right

Mono and stereo have no affect on sound quality what so ever.

All the music files in the game are recorded at 22,050hz meaning your going to get sound quality half as good as a CD but each file are also 16bit which makes up for good sound quality.

Each track from the game run from anywhere between 96kbps to 172kbps, the lower the kbps rate the scratchier the sound becomes.

Just thought I'd add this information to people who are tearing their hair out about getting the music files off the disc and making them sound good.
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Post Wed Oct 27, 2004 11:32 pm

Yeah we can't expect too much.... it is a 7 year old game that was designed for Windows 98 and 266MHz processor system.... :lol: :D :o :) :lol: :roll: :lol: :shock: :D :)
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Post Wed Nov 03, 2004 4:08 pm

The Japanese vocals associated with the Blimp are from:

"Japan: Traditional Vocal and Instrumental Music, Shakuhachi,Biwa, Koto, Shamisen" [compact disc] Performed by Ensemble Nipponia, 1976 -- Electra Asylum Nonesuch Records/Warner Communications Inc.-- Japan Software Recordings JRC-005

Anyone know where I can find a copy for sale?


Also, Gail Laughton's "Harps of the Ancient Temples" is used as the bicyclists pass by Leon and Batty on their way to Chew's Eye World. This album is listed in old CD catalogs on the Laurel label, cat #111.

Anyone know where I can find a copy for sale?
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Post Wed Nov 03, 2004 10:52 pm

"Japan: Traditional Vocal and Instrumental Music, Shakuhachi,Biwa, Koto, Shamisen" [compact disc] Performed by Ensemble Nipponia, 1976 -- Electra Asylum Nonesuch Records/Warner Communications Inc.-- Japan Software Recordings JRC-005

Anyone know where I can find a copy for sale?
(It's track 3)

http://music.kelkoo.co.uk/ctl/do/compar ... e+Nipponia
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http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/de ... ce&s=music

Cheers!
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Post Thu Nov 04, 2004 10:26 am

Kipple wrote:"Japan: Traditional Vocal and Instrumental Music, Shakuhachi,Biwa, Koto, Shamisen" [compact disc] Performed by Ensemble Nipponia, 1976 -- Electra Asylum Nonesuch Records/Warner Communications Inc.-- Japan Software Recordings JRC-005

Anyone know where I can find a copy for sale?
(It's track 3)

http://music.kelkoo.co.uk/ctl/do/compar ... e+Nipponia
and

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/de ... ce&s=music

Cheers!


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