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Midi's that came with all the Cave Story org viewers

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Mar 11, 2019 at 10:53 PM
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If you downloaded All the org viewers from here: http://doukutsu.rdy.jp/stored/OrgView.zip,
You've probably been wondering about the midi's that are packaged with them.
First we have Suiro[ùGé+éóÉàÿH].mid
This midi didn't sound like a familiar tune like the other two.
I watched the tokyo culture culture event video and Pixel showed off his unreleased game Doggy Wyvern and I heard a song that sounds like the Suiro midi.
Next we have mizu[Éàé¦Æåé+].mid
It's just the ikachan titile theme but in a higher pitch.
Finally we have naki[ïâé½é+éñé+âüâìâfâB].mid
It's just Toroko's theme but without percussion and some notes are slightly different.
I'd like to know what you think of these midi's.
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Mar 29, 2019 at 7:55 PM
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