You two here at the same time?? Dawg I feel like I'm between two gods
Btw, Really good to see you guys here, Gonna try to answer both in one post.
Zestanor wrote: ↑
Fri Sep 18, 2020 11:55 am
For the downloads available on Google Drive (see my signature), which I consider the more final version of my project as opposed to my Youtube uploads, I removed the Mxxx numbers because they were only speculative. But I'm shifting the blame to kenisu on this one for separating them.
They indeed are, I personally think it was a good choice dropping the speculative number listing, they are very confuse and always cause me headache
I'm not going to upload released tracks on my channel, but if you wanted to make a contribution, you could combine the released and unreleased tracks into compilations, as long as you gave me credit for the unreleased parts.
Nah, I'm fine, I've added your Unreleased tracks to my Dragon Ball TV & Movies scores playlists (alongside with my uploads of the released ones) to make it look more complete, I prefer the people going to the playlists to listen to my released tracks uploads and then to your unreleased tracks on your channel, rather than reuploading them in a new format in my channel, but I gonna credit you in every video where I use a ripped track from you
edit: I ripped DBOX Z 1 disc 6 to check episode 40 but it turns out, for some reason, the dub audio of episodes around then is mastered weirdly, so that the dialogue bleeds into the back left and back right channels, which is usually just music and effects. Which means that take is unusable. So my work is even easier than I thought: I just need to concatenate the two tracks I did years ago into one.
the new version! I'll do it on Youtube at some point.
Wow, interesting, But, don't get me wrong, I personally think your edit sounds pretty off in some parts, and I didn't remember that the audio was so low, well, I've tried on doing a rough draft edit myself, and the result was this
(If you didn't like it so please tell me and I deleted the video).
kenisu3000 wrote: ↑
Fri Sep 18, 2020 7:39 pm
They could be. You have to remember, I've always considered my documentations guesswork that could change the moment we got new official information, certainly nowhere near the gospel truth until such info might surface. Sometimes my guesswork lost its logic and went a little off the rails while documenting these scores, especially since I had only so much information on possible unused cues based on the number of cues between the M-numbers we do officially have, longer silent spots than usual (in movies where, unlike the Z films, silence is a lot less common, so it tends to be conspicuous when it does occur for more than 30 seconds, possibly pointing to an unused cue), and what material might appear in what forms in TV episodes. And that's not even counting alternates.
Dawg I completely forgot about that sorry, my tiny brain for some reason always thought your work was made with justification instead of speculation, forgive me for that
In a similar vein, from the same movie we have "Pansy In The Forest" and "Ogre Oolong", which have always bothered me as to whether or not they're two separate cues or one. The former cue gets used twice in the TV series (once in DB episode 137, as a bee disturbs Goku's meditation; and again in Z episode 38, as the doctor removes Kuririn's head bandages), but neither instance contain the stinger of Oolong's appearance from the movie. Now, obviously, the stinger wouldn't fit those scenes, but I wanted to save closer examination for later to see if the former cue's fade-out lasted longer in the TV series' tracking. If it did, it would help toward my theory of the two cues being indeed two -- and even that's still speculation.
These two tracks always where a headache for me, they aren't just impossible for me to speculate if they are just one or two, but also literally nobody knows if they are separate or not!
There's also a very bizarre case (for me) with "Mai's News of the Valley" (G12), and I say it's bizarre because that's a released track, I don't remember if the full track was used once or more times in Z or DB, But I remember very well of the first 27 seconds (the calm part of the track) always being used separately from the last notes (the intense part in the ending) a couple of times, and for some reason, all the uses of the calm sequence of this track always ends with a extended fade-out that is completely inexistent in the released version (this extended ending is also impossible to replicate by editing the last notes of the calm part with the released version imo), so it seems that the main sequence and the last notes of G12 are actually completely distinct tracks in the actual TV Series, and for some reason they were mixed up in the CD release, overshadowing completely the last notes of the calm part of G12, this probably have something to do with most of the tracks in the CD release being very mixed, ignoring pause times between each other. (That's just a speculation too)
Well, gentlemen, now I'm going to sleep, can't wait for tomorrow, good night