Soundfont and midi ripped straight from the video game using VGMTrans (GBAMusRiper wasn't able to rip it). Able to be used with any DAW that plays soundfonts. If you're wondering, I did check to see if the PSX version could be ripped, but no. It just gives me streamed (.wav) versions of the songs.
There are PSG/NES instruments in the game, but VGMTrans wasn't able to rip them. Interestingly, "A Day in Agrabah" uses an entirely different sound set than the rest of the main songs. The (Original) .dls files are what VGMTrans gave me, so I left them in (If you wanted to blow out your ears for any reason).
There are PSG/NES instruments in these games, but VGMTrans is unable to rip them.
🚨Note: Something's wrong with the [Ending] midi; 1. I don't know if that's the actual name of it. 2. The .dls/.sf2 has a bunch of instruments, but only one is used in the midi. Another note: the midis with conglomerations as their only soundfont are blank for some reason (i.e. "Attention, Please!"). The soundfont is fine, though.🚨
Soundfont and midi ripped straight from the video game using VGMTrans. Able to be used with any DAW that plays soundfonts. Includes base game and the demo as well.
I finally did it. And with Neo-Midgar's requests finally complete, I'm gonna take a break from ripping PSX soundfonts and rip GBA and NDS for a while.
Aug 28, 2020
(and last updated on Sep 13, 2020)
R.I.P to all those virtual dogs. Soundfont and midi ripped straight from the video game using VGMTrans. Able to be used with any DAW that plays soundfonts. The files/midis run across all versions of Nintendogs.
Aug 25, 2020
(and last updated on Aug 25, 2020)
Haven't seen an easily accessible link for these anywhere else, so figured I would post this here.
Other installments of Cookie Run typically use mp3s/wavs for their tracks - however, curiously, Ovenbreak uses strictly midi. It could possibly be to save space, given how many tracks are ingame, and how massive the game is already (a whopping 1.5-2.0 gb by now). In the process, a lot of finer details are omitted and missed... but, there's nothing saying people can't mix thi...
It may be safest not to use this in anything you will make money off of without contacting Devsisters first. However, nonprofit fanworks (and haha funny meme rips) may be alright, as I have seen them used with no issues.