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I originally was amused at the idea of replacing Pikachu's cry with something of my own. However, I don't even know where to start.
What kind of software would I be able to use to make compressed audio samples that I could exchange for Pikachu's sound files? I tried replacing the .wav files with my own .wav sample but obviously my .wav files were too much memory yielding me an error message.
In addition, would I only have to replace the .wav files, or are there other things that I have to change to accomplish this?
Is it even possible to change the audio samples of Pikachu so that the 42 different pika cries are different audio samples?
I have not done this myself, so I can't say for sure. My first thought is that you need to simply compress the wav file/reduce the sound quality until it is not too large.
ShantyTown demonstrated a proof of concept here but it seems he didn't post a tutorial, that I can find at least.