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PSF to MOD
« on: February 19, 2008, 17:37:25 »

Is there a way of doing this? Ideally on a mac... Wikipedia says that it involves sequencing so it is sort of a cross between a midi and an mp3 - sort of like a mod.

I'm still looking for a way of playing files ending with 11C, 22C and 44C.

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Re: PSF to MOD
« Reply #1 on: February 19, 2008, 18:15:10 »

Are you speakign about Final Fantasy midi files? Actually, I'm not aware of any converter, but there may be PSF->MID converters around... Actually, all FF8 modules were made by listening to the original tunes. PSF in Final Fantasy, however, is not a crossing between MP3 and MIDI, but it is a special midi format that can access a standard Downloadable Soundfont (*.DLS) - Which is like every other MID tune.
There is a PSF player available for WinAmp.
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« Reply #2 on: February 19, 2008, 18:27:04 »

I'm referring to the PSF format that is used in most (all?) PS1 games. On the MODLAND ftp, there are lots of psf files for different games. I wanted to know whetether I could look at it like a MOD or MIDI file, i.e. seeing the note sequence, samples, etc... I'm actually specifically looking at the Crash Bandicoot soundtrack, which I have managed to play in an app called Audio Overload simply. I wonder what steps the composers go through to make these; what programs they use.

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Re: PSF to MOD
« Reply #3 on: February 19, 2008, 18:36:26 »

ah yeah, i've just seen, there's a "little" difference between the Playstation version of FF8 and the PC version... ;D
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