Tatsunoko vs. Capcom music hack

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Jan 28, 2010
  1. Tonitonichopchop
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    Check the third post for the tutorial.

    Me and TyRaNtM have worked together and substituted the music made for this game with the original character themes. It isn't possible to make this game like the original, but if you don't like the new stuff you can have some original. Here's the break down of what was changed:

    Wasteland ----> Ippatsuman's Theme
    Yatterman's Workshop ---> Yatterman-1's Theme
    Washinkyo, Amehon ----> Viewtiful Joe's Theme
    Galactor Base ---> Ken the Eagle's Theme (Gatchaman I)
    Burning Wasteland ---> Gold Lightan's Theme
    Les Vagas ---> Karas's Theme
    Daigo Temple (Cherry Blossoms) ---> Kajin no Soki's Theme
    Gesellshaft (Clear Skies) ---> Megaman Volnutt's Theme
    Aensland Castle ---> Unchanged
    Uncharted Region of China ---> Batsu's Theme
    Daigo Temple (moonlight) ---> Ryu's Theme
    Gesellshaft (storm) ---> PTX-40A's Theme
    Orbial Ring Systems Cargo Bay --> Tekkaman's theme
    Willamette Parkview Mall ---> Roll's theme (English)
    Training Stage ---> NTSC character select screen
    Select Character Screen ---> Select Character Screen (Japanese
    Roll's Theme ---> Roll's Theme (Jap)
    Main theme (Before pressing start at title screen) ---> Main theme (Before pressing start at title screen) (Japanese version)
    All instances of the American opening are now the orignal Cross Generation of Heroes opening; Even in the gallery.

    Credits:

    Tonitonichopchop- Hacker
    TyRaNtM- Creative music decider + File organizer
     


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    I'm adding this here for wii hackers to see.

    1. If you have any question about how this was done, don't pm me since I'll eventually detail a tutorial that will explain everything.

    2. If you want to ask me to join a wii hacking project, tell me what game it's for and who you have on board and who you need on board.

    3. If you're interested in hacking a sound file know as .brsar for me, then pm me since I am very interested in decompiling and compiling this for a hack I'm currently working on (Not for this game).

    4. If you know of a good resource for wii hackers, pm me since I could use info on some of the wii iso's main files.
     
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    How to replace music (Pre-determinded pack)
    Warning: Spoilers inside!
     
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    Who cares? We can all replace files with Trucha Signer or WiiScrubber. Figure out the format so we can have custom music, then start a topic.
     
  5. Tonitonichopchop
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    I don't know the first thing about coding, so I can't do that. I just want to make a quick music alternitive for those who want it. If you don't like it then ignore this thread. Or better yet do something instead of asking me to.
     
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    BTW, the files that you need to extract manually, like main.dol, apploader.bin, boot.bin, etc.. Where need to be? inside of the same folder where all files are or in a separate folder?
     
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    GREAT JOB!!! Tonitonichopchop

    Thank you for dedicating your time for this. Once I get home I'll test it.

    Once again THANKS!!!!
     
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    They need to be manually extracted one by one. They're right where they're shown in pic #5.
     
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    Yeah, but for example, you have all TvC files in C:/tvc/, you need to put the files in another folder, for example C:/files/ or need to be in the same tvc folder?
    Because i tried the first time putting all that extra files in the same tvc folder and in wiiscrubber appear 2 of that files.
     
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    No you should have the manually extracted ones seperate. They can be with other files though, but they're easier to find in one place. Here's my example setup:

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    The core iso folder leads to pic #5, and other folder leads to pic #2. The TvsCeng folder will be the folder you select for partition builder as the last option on the list.
     
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    Oh, ok, i will try it! [​IMG]
     
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    TyRaNtM, once you try it please post the results I can't wait to test it myself too!
     
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    oh cool well thats sweet this is taken care of i wont really make use of it but im glad to see that its taken care of kudos chopchop [​IMG] gr8 job!
     
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    Thanks for the work!!!
     
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    WOOOOOOOOOOOORKKKKKKKKSSSSSSS!!!!!!!
    [​IMG] Excelent! All works really well!
    The hard work made was succesful! [​IMG]
     
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    I'm glad to hear it! I get a nice nostalgic feeling everytime I play Joe's stage, since Viewtiful Joe is my favorite gamecube game.
     
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    I'm thinking about something:
    Try to contact to the guys that created the Fatal Frame IV patch for original game discs, to give the opportunity to have this musics also to them.
     
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    To have it be used for retail discs? We just have to wait for Riivolution to come out and then we can have retail discs use custom music.
     
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    when are you going to post the instructions for the japanese opening? I'll wait to patch the music and opening at the same time [​IMG]
     
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    thanks for the tutorial but is the music fuzzy for anyone else? apart from the select a character screen and a few stages the music sounds really fuzzy to me [​IMG]
     

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