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I think the finished version works better, for two reasons. One, its more focused. Lucas mercilessly threw out material partaining to the establishment of the rebellion, the resolution of the mystery

Almost seems like it was made to fit with the fanfare bit of Flag Parade to me

I found something rather interesting. Not really important at all, but interesting. I've been going through my rip of Jedi: Fallen Order (I've only examined a handful of files thus far). There appears

I'm still looking for a way to acquire all of the rips to start work on this again. I pulled stuff from the old FTP site the first time around, and have since lost all of those. Now all I can find anywhere are the game OST's.

Good luck with that...

It would take way to long for me to upload it all.

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Maybe editing packs could be made with only the files needed to edit the Prequels, but even that is very time consuming. I have GB's woth of useless stuff JUST in case there might still be a usefull file in there somewhere

If you lost/deleted you older files (Galaxies, BF2,TFU,TFU2) your pretty much screwed. Might need to keep that for decades the way things are going with official releases

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I don;t have the Henry Buck "original recordings" for Battle Front 2 but the game rip can be used the same

By the way where have you been for the past 10 years elvisjones? Assuming your the same elvisjones that used to be there around TPM time

Question: The Separatist theme in Thwarted Attempt...isn't moslty tracked form Meeting with Fett?

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I don;t have the Henry Buck "original recordings" for Battle Front 2 but the game rip can be used the same

By the way where have you been for the past 10 years elvisjones? Assuming your the same elvisjones that used to be there around TPM time

Question: The Separatist theme in Thwarted Attempt...isn't moslty tracked form Meeting with Fett?

I've said that I ripped the game myself once using MFAudio (which outputs everything into one long WAV file). I'm willing to send the files if anybody wants them, the links appear to still be active (although I need to upload AOTC sometime)

Somebody with the sheets may be able to answer the question.

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The problem with the actual game rips for Battlefront 2, is some pieces don't allow for a clean transition from the end of the file to the beginning if it's repeated. Henry's does...

I believe that's because some rips cut out about a second of material. My original BF2 rip did the same.

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The problem with the actual game rips for Battlefront 2, is some pieces don't allow for a clean transition from the end of the file to the beginning if it's repeated. Henry's does...

Hmm ,the cues where it applies, like Going to Utapau and Dialogue with Mace, I can't really tell where I did the edit using the game rip

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I guess aside from the ones that can be pieced together from only the new material, I'll just have to lurk around and see what sort of finished edits others can come up with.

Lesson learned and I'll be hanging on to the TOR files at least for the next time.

edit: Whoa! Never mind. Just checked PM's. Thank you!

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I think ggctuk is saying that he did a new game rip that doesn't cut off any fraction of music. So you don't need those recordings I did. Right?

Exactly.

The BF2 files I have do not have the titles that the editing guide has, instead the files just say ADCPM_and then a number. Anybody know how to decipher this or does anybody have an index of what the correct title is for each file?

No, as they probably renamed each file as and when they found out what it was instead of leaving them named ADPCM.

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Thanks for the response, ggtuk. Even though it's not the answer I really wanted to hear. I'm kind of stuck now because my Bounty Hunter files have a bunch of sfx in them as well. I guess I can still piece the other files together. If anybody can help it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks again guys.

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Bounty Hunter file 49: "File needs to be pitched up to match TOR files."

So about how much of a pitch shift are we talking here? I seem to be having a difficult time smoothing this one out...

(also, are the Force Unleashed 2 rips supposed to be mono? Some of those are importing very strangely...)

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Does anybody know which cue actually begins the The Senate Scene cue in the film version right after the tracked music plays from TPM when Dooku has Obi-Wan in shackles? Is it tracked from TPM or AOTC? I am trying to do the film version of the Senate Scene and am not sure. Also, the end of the Senate Scene cue where Yoda & Mace discuss Geonosis is listed in the editing guide as track 93EE24B1_9644C0ECDA5DE6C3, but it actually should be track 1D48BA44_D9371703E441E5CB.

If someone can please guide me on the little snippet of music I asked about, I would appreciate it very much.

Also, could somebody also please help me with the Dooku Vs Obi-Wan & Yoda Strikes Back cues? I do not have the DVD rips, nor do I have the BattleFront 2 rips. Any help would be wonderful.

Thanks!

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Does anybody know which cue actually begins the The Senate Scene cue in the film version right after the tracked music plays from TPM when Dooku has Obi-Wan in shackles? Is it tracked from TPM or AOTC? I am trying to do the film version of the Senate Scene and am not sure. Also, the end of the Senate Scene cue where Yoda & Mace discuss Geonosis is listed in the editing guide as track 93EE24B1_9644C0ECDA5DE6C3, but it actually should be track 1D48BA44_D9371703E441E5CB.

If someone can please guide me on the little snippet of music I asked about, I would appreciate it very much.

Also, could somebody also please help me with the Dooku Vs Obi-Wan & Yoda Strikes Back cues? I do not have the DVD rips, nor do I have the BattleFront 2 rips. Any help would be wonderful.

Thanks!

The tracked cue prior to the Senate Scene is largely from TPM - it's a combination of "Arrival at Coruscant" and "Promoting Jar-Jar", with the ending being the actual ending for AOTC's "The Conveyor Belt". I believe BF2 has the majority of this tracked piece.

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Thanks ggtuck! I am pretty much done with my AOTC edit now! I dug through the BF2 files and found the cues I needed. Thank you very much for the help!

BTW, I had one last inquiry about Yoda Strikes Back...when the cue plays in the movie as Dooku rips off the ceiling there are harp notes heard. Do we have that somewhere or is that sill unreleased?

Here is the cue I still cannot find that opens the Senate Scene. It is at 01:14-01:20. I listened to the Conveyor Belt cue and it's not in that one.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x-mVP8yqE2k

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Thanks ggtuck! I am pretty much done with my AOTC edit now! I dug through the BF2 files and found the cues I needed. Thank you very much for the help!

BTW, I had one last inquiry about Yoda Strikes Back...when the cue plays in the movie as Dooku rips off the ceiling there are harp notes heard. Do we have that somewhere or is that sill unreleased?

It's all in AOTC editing guide I created. All though the edit in the film with the weird twinkling noises were done by the music editors themselves and is not part of Williams original music. There is also some notes that were horribly looped too. Just use the editing guide I made and it'll be fine.

BTW I made a huge mistake and I didn't realize it until now for the ROTS editing guide. For "Palpatine's Seduction", the opening was meant for file 29.ogg for The Force Unleashed 2 and not 26.ogg. Hopefully no one followed that mistake...

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ggctuk, a question-opinion about TPM.

what you call 7m5 insert, i have always thought is was the orchestral equivalent to the opening of the instrumental duel of the fates.

You could include it in your instrumental duel of the fates track, no? Better placed there than at the end of CD 2 :)

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ggctuk, a question-opinion about TPM.

what you call 7m5 insert, i have always thought is was the orchestral equivalent to the opening of the instrumental duel of the fates.

You could include it in your instrumental duel of the fates track, no? Better placed there than at the end of CD 2 :)

I'd rather include it as an insert, as that's what I believe it to be.

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ggctuk, a question-opinion about TPM.

what you call 7m5 insert, i have always thought is was the orchestral equivalent to the opening of the instrumental duel of the fates.

You could include it in your instrumental duel of the fates track, no? Better placed there than at the end of CD 2 :)

I'd rather include it as an insert, as that's what I believe it to be.

why do you think its an insert?

if it is without a doubt, why do you think it's for the choral version and not for the more logical intrumental version?

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Duel of the Fates was meant to be a choral piece, that much is clear. I'm sure there is no "purely instrumental" written version for the film, but I have a feeling that this bit was recorded in case Lucas wanted one, although he rejected the idea at first. This can be seen in one of the DVD documentaries.

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