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Super Monkey Ball Sounds
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Now I'm gonna go out on a limb here and ask something very quick. Is it possible to rip sounds from the Super Monkey Ball series?
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According to Wikipedia the Super Monkey Ball series spans across at least 15 separate platform so the answer is... yes, probably, for at least one of them. How easy/difficult it is to rip from a game usually varies from game to game, even for those in the same series and/or platform. Being able to rip from 1 Mario game doesn't mean you can rip from all Mario games, it depends for each one.

To get an actual useful answer you'll need to ask about a specific game and someone will actually need to look into it themselves to see how it would be done.
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Hmm... Good point. I was wondering if it was even possible.
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#4
The easy way to rip sounds is open the games debug sounde test and just record all of the sounds.

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Mega Folder:
https://mega.nz/#F!089SiKZT!Wsb0li60wHh4Nm8n6RWm0Q

This where I'll be constantly updating the sound Rips for the series. So far I've grabbed the sound files from the mobile version of Bounce.

EDIT: Added SMB 2- Sakura Edition Sound files.

EDIT 2: Added the original Monkey Ball sound files from the N-Gage. Waiting to upload onto TSOR, as an issue regarding other systems will need to be solved Tongue.

What I've noticed so far:

Super Monkey Ball Bounce- the mobile edition was easy to rip, as the files were in *.CAF (Apple's native audio format).
SMB 2 Sakura Edition- once again another easy mobile rip, as the file were stored in *.wav
Monkey Ball- The N-Gage was a BMS needed rip as the files were archived in a *.dat, but could've been determined with Ravioli and extracted that way. No file names I saw in the archive.


MAIN Update: N-Gage Monkey Ball Sounds Approved
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(06-19-2016, 11:41 AM)Pingu! Wrote: Mega Folder:
https://mega.nz/#F!089SiKZT!Wsb0li60wHh4Nm8n6RWm0Q

This where I'll be constantly updating the sound Rips for the series. So far I've grabbed the sound files from the mobile version of Bounce.

EDIT: Added SMB 2- Sakura Edition Sound files.

EDIT 2: Added the original Monkey Ball sound files from the N-Gage. Waiting to upload onto TSOR, as an issue regarding other systems will need to be solved Tongue.

What I've noticed so far:

Super Monkey Ball Bounce- the mobile edition was easy to rip, as the files were in *.CAF (Apple's native audio format).
SMB 2 Sakura Edition- once again another easy mobile rip, as the file were stored in *.wav
Monkey Ball- The N-Gage was a BMS needed rip as the files were archived in a *.dat, but could've been determined with Ravioli and extracted that way. No file names I saw in the archive.


MAIN Update: N-Gage Monkey Ball Sounds Approved

I think the folder has been removed.
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(06-29-2018, 10:01 AM)Matthew250 Wrote:
(06-19-2016, 11:41 AM)Pingu! Wrote: Mega Folder:
https://mega.nz/#F!089SiKZT!Wsb0li60wHh4Nm8n6RWm0Q

This where I'll be constantly updating the sound Rips for the series. So far I've grabbed the sound files from the mobile version of Bounce.

EDIT: Added SMB 2- Sakura Edition Sound files.

EDIT 2: Added the original Monkey Ball sound files from the N-Gage. Waiting to upload onto TSOR, as an issue regarding other systems will need to be solved Tongue.

What I've noticed so far:

Super Monkey Ball Bounce- the mobile edition was easy to rip, as the files were in *.CAF (Apple's native audio format).
SMB 2 Sakura Edition- once again another easy mobile rip, as the file were stored in *.wav
Monkey Ball- The N-Gage was a BMS needed rip as the files were archived in a *.dat, but could've been determined with Ravioli and extracted that way. No file names I saw in the archive.


MAIN Update: N-Gage Monkey Ball Sounds Approved

I think the folder has been removed.

They have been, as the sounds are now hosted on the site.
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I recently ripped the sounds from super monkey ball 2, which includes sounds from smb1 that go unused. They should be posted soon enough.
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