User talk:DucNguyen0131

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Your recordings


May I ask you to re-upload some of your most recent NES and Commodore 64 soundtracks with proper looping, as well as their rips? Commodore 64 recordings somehow also contain notable background bazz (a result of the compression), and SID and NSF files are missing.

VGMPF rules and instructions do not prohibit by any way creating pages with any of the parts missing. However, the more this site has incomplete recordings, the harder it would be to track down them all and to fill them with any needed content in the future. I guess at least uploading the music SID and NSF rips would already largely help these pages to carry the function of "video game music preservation".

Thanks! --M1911 (talk) 01:42, 30 December 2020 (EST)

Donald Duck's Playground

Track 1 has noticeable clicks in each loop and the fade out ends with loudness. If possible, could you make a re-recording with these bugs fixed? The rest of the tracks seem ok though. I didn't knew Al Lowe did soundtracks on C64 too; I found out about him through the King's Quest games. He sure has an amazing music style, doesn't he? Keep up the good work! --Жукороп (talk) 17:01, 29 June 2022 (EDT

Will you ever clean up your grammar?

I swear, when I read the articles you do, it is full of some of the worst grammar I ever read. As a future reminder, before you add information or create pages, could you check your grammar before you created them? Thank you and good day. IAmThe789Guy (talk) 13:04, 21 March 2023 (EDT)

About Engine Software

Hi! How can you be sure that some composers have used this sound driver? You're really wrong. There are special tools by lunasorcery for that. You can check this sound driver using command "gbafind romfile.gba" and extract music using command "gba2xm romfile.gba 0xOFFSET" through Prompt Command window in Visual Studio Community 2019. I checked games likes "Davis Cup" in this tool, this game didn't uses Engine Software. Here is list of games which really supports this sound driver and checked in lunasorcery's tools:

According to this list, this engine is mostly used by Allister Brimble, Anthony N. Putson and Bart Roijmans. And also, Shahid Ahmed, Jeremy Taylor, Philippe Vachey, Tom Kingsley, Gerard Gourley, Yannis Brown (mostly for Halfbrick), Jon Dunn (in games credited as Semi-Precious Studios), Frederic Motte (Elmobo), Alexander Brandon, Richard Beddow, Lionel Payet Pigeon (L2P Music), Pat Phelan, Steve Szczepkowski, Philippe Charron, Noel Gabriel, Juan Linietsky, Jean-Sebastien Leblanc, Andrew Curnock, Jesse Higginson and Ray Norrish. Thanks to Scott Rob Rubin for contribution.

P.S. I remember you always gives me request to did "Digitized Speech in Nintendo DS Games" and "FMV in Nintendo DS Games" videos in YouTube. If i say "No!", that i say "No!". I can't do this video because i can't found video without comments for FMV in DS games, and also sound chip in DS is better, than in GBA. Now i can't do this video due my channel is deleted due the copyrights. Or am I confusing something. IgoreshaZhu (talk) 01:21, 26 March 2023 (EDT)

You're liar or else? Why you did your lying edits about MP2K or Engine Software? Some composers, which you mentioned, uses custom sound engines. Here's list of games which uses MP2K: IgoreshaZhu (talk) 07:48, 1 April 2023 (EDT)
Why you still ignoring?! You lied again. Mario vs Donkey Kong uses custom sound driver. IgoreshaZhu (talk) 07:02, 11 April 2023 (EDT)
Sorry for being so rude. I'm also did GBA sound driver list based on Loveemu's AGBinator with some additions by me, just like in OlfinBedwere's GB sound driver list. Also i didn't included large part of japanese games, that used MP2K and large part of homebrews that used Apex Sound Design's driver, which used in Payback: IgoreshaZhu (talk) 03:33, 11 October 2023 (EDT)


Hi, can you please name a Gremlin Graphics C64 game that does use Novaload's example song? Thanks. --Professor Chaos (talk) 12:50, 22 August 2023 (EDT)

We have plenty of Gremlin's early games, that does not use the song. Thor is also one of the few other companies that did not carry the cample song. Ultimate Play the Game (later Rare) did use the example song at once, and can be seen on Pentagram. --Duc4Wikmedia (talk) 13:54, 22 August 2023 (EDT)
OK, thanks for removing your error. But Pentagram (C64) is a fan-made conversion, not done by Ultimate/Rare. While at it, do you think you can also acknowledge the above questions? It could be pretty uplifting. --Professor Chaos (talk) 15:11, 22 August 2023 (EDT)

About Nitro Composer

Hi! How are you sure that some composers used Nitro Composer? Some sound drivers are based Krawall and LS_Play. From DS sound engines i know only Engine Software's sound driver and Shin'en Multimedia's DSX. Other drivers are unknown. Some games had digitized audio. — IgoreshaZhu (talk) 05:39, 23 October 2023 (EDT)

And yeah, Brimble didn't used this engine, due he composed his music using Fasttracker II. Also, this program for DS games music used composers like Anthony Putson, Fabian Del Priore, Raphael Gesqua and Steven Velema (in "Witches & Vampires"). Ian Stocker and Jake Kaufman is still used Impulse Tracker for his music, due the sound driver is similar to Krawall. — IgoreshaZhu (talk) 01:23, 31 October 2023 (EDT)
About "Witches & Vampires", it accepted according to music files in PC port. They're indeed in XM format. — IgoreshaZhu (talk) 03:52, 31 October 2023 (EDT)
And Stocker's music files was in IT format — IgoreshaZhu (talk) 04:13, 31 October 2023 (EDT)
And also, how can you be so sure that Re-Volt uses a Nintendo sound driver? I understand that you are autistic guy and you so covetous to me, as you wrote in YouTube channel description, but please, you can think before you edit something? — IgoreshaZhu (talk) 01:11, 8 May 2024 (EDT)
I eliminated all of your lies about Niro Composer usage. About Allister Brimble, he used sound driver by Logik State with Anthony Putson. It accepted by credits in "Moshi Monsters: Katsuma Unleashed". Also, games by Ubisoft Casablanca used their own sound engine by Lahoucine Hamdane, not Nitro Composer. It accepted by credits, too. Especially in all Rabbids games. Can you understand me? As i said, from sound drivers i know only Engine Software and DSX by Shin'en. About Engine Software, it mostly used in games by 1st Playable Productions and games that composed by Bart Roijmans. Also, sound driver was credited in these games: "Deal or No Deal: The Banker is Back!", "Black Sigil: Blade of the Exiled", "C.O.P.: The Recruit", "Bibi Blocksberg: Das gestohlene Hexbuch" and some games that composed by Fabian Del Priore and other members of Dynamedion. Part of DSX games was credited in Shin'en website (with sole exception of Enchanted, due they confused with GBA game by A2M, in other part of games Shin'en was mentioned in game credits). — IgoreshaZhu (talk) 01:34, 8 May 2024 (EDT)