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#1 2017-04-02 06:31:55

JaceDeane
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From: 'Straya
Registered: 2017-01-28
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Quick ASM Question

Hi, so this is my first thread here (hey-hey), and since I'm relatively new, there's not a lot I get about the whole disassembly thing.

I was just wondering how one goes about converting ASM files into, say, an MP3 for example? Or even listening to the files themselves?

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#2 2017-04-03 00:37:36

Mmmmmm
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Re: Quick ASM Question

I assume you're talking about music ASM, since your question wouldn't make sense for any other code in the disassemblies; FroggestSpirit once worked on a program to read and play the code but it wasn't completely accurate, had bugs, and he never publicly released it.

I always listen to my music files by compiling them into the ROM and loading them from Sanqui's music player that I stole from Crystal Complete (just to note, don't use CrystalComplete as a base, it's really, really outdated as a base and pokecrystal has changed a lot in the two years since it last got updated), and if I want to create an audio file from them I simply record it playing in an emulator.

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#3 2017-04-03 02:18:57

JaceDeane
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Re: Quick ASM Question

Mmmmmm wrote:

I assume you're talking about music ASM, since your question wouldn't make sense for any other code in the disassemblies; FroggestSpirit once worked on a program to read and play the code but it wasn't completely accurate, had bugs, and he never publicly released it.

I always listen to my music files by compiling them into the ROM and loading them from Sanqui's music player that I stole from Crystal Complete (just to note, don't use CrystalComplete as a base, it's really, really outdated as a base and pokecrystal has changed a lot in the two years since it last got updated), and if I want to create an audio file from them I simply record it playing in an emulator.

Hrm okay. I hadn't looked too far into assembly before, but I'm willing to give it a whirl. :)

Yeah, music ASM was what I was on about. No stress, thanks for replying mate, really appreciate it. Hopefully I'm getting on the right track now.

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