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Plenty of OSTs feature tv size versions too.
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Also, use Youtube rips as your last resource.
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If known band: Torrent
If not known band/musician: Youtube
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Shiguma wrote:

I'm sorry if this is the wrong board to post on.

So I want to try mapping a song, but I can't seem to find the tv size mp3 for it anywhere! I've tried googling many different things but I can only seem to find the full version. Is there some website that hosts a bunch of anime openings?

The song is Misty Mystery by Garnet Crow, btw.
Not telling :3333333333333333

please avoid youtube if you can, quality sux
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Audible
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buy the album *awaits tomatoes to be thrown*
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agu wrote:

buy the album *awaits tomatoes to be thrown*
actually thats kinda alright. only 1 time i bought an OST on its own, after buying the game ofc. and certain games come with the OST already included
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youtube + youtube to mp3 = songs
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Jesus christ please stop endorsing cancer inducingly bad youtube rips.

It is not that hard to find a proper mp3 or even a flac source these days, especially for japanese weeb music.
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IppE wrote:

Jesus christ please stop endorsing cancer inducingly bad youtube rips.

It is not that hard to find a proper mp3 or even a flac source these days, especially for japanese weeb music.
This would imply that people had the ability to do basic web searching.
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Uhhh... I've used youtube like once or twice to get an mp3 as a last resort. I usually get all from soundcloud/buy it/use downloadhelper (<3)
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Philantropist wrote:

This would imply that people had the ability to do basic web searching.
Tbh if they found this niche weeb circle clicker game from some weird corner of the internet they should be able to find a proper mp3 files too.
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IppE wrote:

Philantropist wrote:

This would imply that people had the ability to do basic web searching.
Tbh if they found this rhythm-based circle clicker game from somewhere on the internet they should be able to find proper mp3 files too.
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Trash Boat wrote:

IppE wrote:

Tbh if they found this rhythm-based circle clicker game from somewhere on the internet they should be able to find proper mp3 files too.
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no you made it worse.
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why are you fixing something that isn't broken

IppE wrote:

Jesus christ please stop endorsing cancer inducingly bad youtube rips.

It is not that hard to find a proper mp3 or even a flac source these days, especially for japanese weeb music.
also, this.
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Trash Boat wrote:

Tbh if they found this rhythm-based circle clicker game from somewhere on the internet they should be able to find proper mp3 files too.
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/s
real fixed
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kirueggy wrote:

lol OP i don't know what you're talking about tbh because there's something called "YouTube"

people just search for the anime openings and then convert the video into mp3 and then voila.

if that doesn't work due to like the anime opening being fairly new to the scene/copyright bullshit then what one would usually do is just take the mp3 and then do some special editing in fl studio 12 and then go from there with the track
Dear god that's just awful, no wonder some of the beatmaps sound so bad.
Why not just downl... err... acquire through peers the official soundtrack releases and use the audio from those?
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Since I couldn't find a good quality version, I just went in audition and cut up the full version.

https://d.maxfile.ro/ofyeztavch.mp3

Thanks to everyone who tried helping!
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R people ACTUALLY stupid enough to use YOUTUBECONVERTED mp3s?

Please, for the love of god, NEVER do that. In EVERY SINGLE case there's better options to choose from. The only exceptions are unprofessional "songs" (if u wanna call them that) that originate from a channel and are never uploaded anywhere else by the "creator"
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Zare wrote:

R people ACTUALLY stupid enough to use YOUTUBECONVERTED mp3s?

Please, for the love of god, NEVER do that. In EVERY SINGLE case there's better options to choose from. The only exceptions are unprofessional "songs" (if u wanna call them that) that originate from a channel and are never uploaded anywhere else by the "creator"
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pls no youtube riperino, search for a couple mins for a better version lel
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