RayTunes - The Definitive Rayman Music Archive

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Re: RayTunes - The Definitive Rayman Music Archive

Post by PluMGMK »

I mean, it's not like the tunes they did pick were particularly fitting either. The last level before Mister Dark's Lair took place in Candy Château, but used this tune from Band Land:


And then Mister Dark's Lair itself used the menu music from the original game! :P
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Strange choices indeed, Rayman Junior was pretty cool overall but you can tell the goal there was to reuse as much content as possible from the original game without giving it too much thought. :lol:
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PluMGMK wrote: Mon Aug 30, 2021 11:19 pm I mean, it's not like the tunes they did pick were particularly fitting either. The last level before Mister Dark's Lair took place in Candy Château, but used this tune from Band Land:


And then Mister Dark's Lair itself used the menu music from the original game! :P

I kinda get why they would have picked that first one because Band Land kinda has a bit of a festive theme, but that’s indeed a strange choice. :lol:
At least, it’s not as weird as using Mr Dark’s theme in Band Land like what Rayman Advance did. :hap:

The idea of using the main theme for the final level could have worked if it was more energetic like Redemption’s theme, but here it just sounds terribly unfitting… :facepalm:
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Re: RayTunes - The Definitive Rayman Music Archive

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Alright, well, it seems that my recordings from the Atari Jaguar version of Rayman 1 was never put into the Raytunes part of this site.
Is that bad? In my point of view, absolutely not. I am now recording more superior audio files off the same real Jaguar & authentic Rayman cart I got about a year ago.

When I made the first recordings and sent them online, they were created with a very redundant and unnecessary process.
The RCA cables were plugged into a system that produces analog artifacts. Then that was plugged into my sound card (Which I might upgrade soon)
The limits of the sound card caused occasional (and noticeable) clicking, and you can hear the analog hum when recorded from the 3.5mm-out it was converted to.

About three months after my first recordings of the game was made, I got a job that can get me nice things.
One of those would be a Zoom H2n microphone. I love this thing for when I make home videos with clean audio, but it can also be used as a 3.5mm AUX capture device.
So this time, the Jaguar still outputs the red and white RCA cables, but that is directly converted to 3.5mm and is plugged into the H2n, stored on a SD card.
Retrieving the WAV files (which is set to record at 24-bit 48KHz, by the way) onto my computer, I can add a little gain to the audio,
and it sounds great compared to my last recordings.

Just pointing this out now before anything happens regarding my old and fuzzy recordings compared to the ones I'm creating now.
If anyone still wants the ZIP I sent a while back for reference, the link below brings you to it, but it will be replaced by a more superior version the current or next week.
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1RxWH5D ... tqZjA/view
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Re: RayTunes - The Definitive Rayman Music Archive

Post by hoodlumsworld »

Thanks Globox2K, it sounds really good.
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