Popular Post enderdrag64 373 Posted February 2 Popular Post Share Posted February 2 Here's a collection of spreadsheets I've been working on over the last few months. Not all of these are complete yet, and I plan on making more but I figured I might as well share them. I was really disappointed that there seemed to be no proper breakdown of all the prequel cues across the various videogames on the internet, only snippets of information in the two Prequel Music Resource threads on here (which are also insane long to dig through), plus some excellent-for-the-time but now outdated editing guides by @deleted account and @Trent B. There's also of course the fantastic sheet accurate score edits by @Manakin Skywalkerbut from everything I've read I don't believe there are accompanying spreadsheets for them. As a result of not finding what I was looking for I decided to make them myself: These first four are breakdowns of the complete scores similar to @Jay's spreadsheets (sidenote: I borrowed your formatting from your ROTJ spreadsheet, hopefully you don't mind I did credit you) but with columns for all of the videogame files (at least the ones I've analyzed so far): The Empire Strikes Back (link) The Phantom Menace (link) Attack of the Clones: (link) Revenge of the Sith: (link) The rest of these are breakdowns of every file for each of the videogames that I've gotten to: TPM Game (link) Ep I Racer: (link) Ep I Insider's Guide: (link) Ep I Jedi Power Battles: (link) Star Wars Galaxies: (link) Star Wars Battlefront II: (link) I also made a fork of cheetordude's SWTOR Music Index (from this reddit post) where I've made some of the information more accurate (filled in cues that weren't identified, corrected inexact titles, corrected entries that listed one cue that were actually an edit of multiple, things like that). This is still very much a work in progress (link) One last thing I made a complete breakdown of the TPM Ultimate Edition. I decided I wasn't going to deal with the tracks bleeding into each other bullshit so I based all of my timestamps off of the combined tracks instead of the individual ones like they're presented on the disc. As a result my spreadsheet accounts for 24 combined tracks as opposed to 68 separate ones (link) I'm going to try to keep this thread updated as I make new spreadsheets/major updates Manakin Skywalker, ragoz350, Bayesian and 5 others 2 6 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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