Tempo

Sound chips: SN76489 YM2612 PWM
System: 32X
Composers: Masayoshi Ishi Hiroyuki Hamada
Developers: Sega Red
Publisher: Sega
Release date: 1995-03-24 (J) / 1995 (W)
01. Tempo (Make It Funky) 0:34
02. Major Minor Show Intro 0:06
03. Performance Select 0:10 + 0:07
04. Indigestion Performance Intro 0:05
05. Indigestion Performance 0:26 + 0:25
06. Indigestion Performance (Solo) 0:27 + 0:25
07. Won Against Boss 0:04
08. Hi-Fi Performance Intro 0:05
09. Hi-Fi Performance 0:21 + 0:20
10. Hi-Fi Performance (Solo) 0:24 + 0:20
11. Downtown Performance Intro 0:07
12. Downtown Performance 0:56 + 0:55
13. Downtown Performance (Solo) 0:57 + 0:55
14. Circus Performance Intro 0:04
15. Circus Performance 0:23 + 0:21
16. Circus Performance (Solo) 0:23 + 0:21
17. Jungle Performance Intro 0:03
18. Jungle Performance 0:52 + 0:52
19. Jungle Performance (Solo) 0:52 + 0:52
20. Winter Performance 0:46 + 0:40
21. Final Performance 1:10 + 1:03
22. Final Area 0:37 + 0:30
23. Zenza's Intro 0:10
24. Zenza 0:38 + 0:18
25. Won Against Zenza 0:08
26. Ending 0:09 + 0:08
27. Won a Prize 0:05
28. Won a Prize (2) 0:05
29. Credits (Short) 0:25
30. Credits 3:17
31. Baffo's Victory Dance 0:23
32. Bee-Bees' Victory Dance 0:21
33. Zenza's Victory Dance 0:24
34. Solo Victory Dance 0:14
35. Duet Victory Dance 0:20
36. Solo Dance 0:04
37. Duet Dance 0:06
38. Boss' Dance 0:05
39. Tasty Vittle Session 0:28
40. Tasty Vittle Session (Alt) 0:28
41. Goin' Pearlin' 0:42
42. Just Hackin' Away 0:30
43. Alps CD 0:02 + 0:02
44. Shinobi Record 0:06 + 0:05
45. 1up 0:04
46. Game Over 0:26
47. Unknown 0:05
Total: 19:15 + 8:33
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*Pant pant* I'm here again, after a trial of a
journey filled with trialing... trials. But it
was worth it to make a set for one of the
awesomer and more obscure games of the 16-bit
era.

Business first. I had to learn an
almost-totally new way of ripping sets, so this
took me longer than it would normally. I
learned some new tricks such as resetting the
Z80 during a power-up, which was the only way
to rip the solo tracks without more-involved
hacking. Unfortunately, I soon learned that's
not an option with non-32X games...

While as usual I tried to retain leading
silence, with the solo versions of the Downtown
and Indigestion Performances, I couldn't trim
their silence because that somehow resulted in
a volume increase, with no other change.

Only the Alps CD has a Japanese title, due to
both an almost-nil understanding of Japanese
and an apparent lack of official titles. (Make
It Funky) for the theme is the only official
title I know, aside from the Performance,
power-up, and character names. I also only have
the Japanese name of one of the artists, but
I'm not sure whose.

Lastly, the cymbals in the Circus tracks
actually move around, similar to the issue with
The Machine in the Sonic Spinball set.

I love pretty much all the music in this game
okay, I guess that's a given because I made a
set for it), with few exceptions. I can't stand
the Circus tracks, however.

The Unknown tracks sounds to me like an unused
stage intro. ...That reminds me. The stage
intros double as the respective boss intros.

Normally I would put a snazzy ending remark
here... but I got nothing. Peace in!
-Jackle

Jackalope

Source: Project2612

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