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SPC To Midi Converter By: Rage_quitter_98 [W]
Might be useful for some people , also includes one example .spc to test it.

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[O] Created: May 1 2014, 12:00 AM
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Klaty Aug 1 2014, 1:49 PM
Too bad VLC can't run MIDI anymore. Anyway, this is very useful to me. If I just could convert MIDIs to SF2s...
 
Qwerty Triple6 Aug 4 2014, 1:07 AM
Thank you SO much for this! I downloaded a game with a bunch of SPCs for audio files, so now I will covert those into MIDIs using this, and those into OGGs using Audacity!

...not that anyone cares, of course. XD
 
CM30 Aug 4 2014, 7:32 PM
Eh, the quality is all over the place with this tool. I tested on a bunch of SPC of SMW music ports from my ROM hack, and the results were:

Tehee Valley: Sounded identical to the port
SMW Castle Remix (vanilla level design contest): sounded like a piano malfunctioning.
Actraiser Maranha: A very high pitched version of the original.
Legend of Mana Hometown Domina: Pretty darn good actually, sounded very much like the original port.

Sampled songs just converted horribly. Krook's March from DKC 2 sounded completely off, Skull Dungeon from the Oracle games sounded like a glitchy mess and most others converted quite poorly in general.

It's a useful tool, but it seems to only work well on about 10-20% of SPCs...
 
Rage_quitter_98 Aug 17 2014, 4:09 AM
Quote (CM30 on Aug 4 2014, 7:32 PM)
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Well there are some options to use different pianos and such, you need to play around with it , but overall you are right.
 
Klaty Nov 23 2015, 3:24 PM
What was I thinking back then? MIDIs are sequences, SF2s are a bunch of instruments.
But yeah, this is pretty neat. Not really seeing why the guys who made the SPC format couldn't just straight out put it into a MIDI, as that'd've been more useful, but whatever...
 
Rage_quitter_98 Dec 9 2015, 11:36 AM
Quote (Klaty on Nov 23 2015, 3:24 PM)
What was I thinking back then? MIDIs are sequences, SF2s are a bunch of instruments.
But yeah, this is pretty neat. Not really seeing why the guys who made the SPC format couldn't just straight out put it into a MIDI, as that'd've been more useful, but whatever...

I Guess the Consoles that uses SPC Files arent able to use/read MIDI? ^^
 
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