OrgMaker 2.1.0 - English translation in progress

Discussion in 'Music' started by Bavi_H, Aug 10, 2014.

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  1. Feb 7, 2015
    Bavi_H
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    For the drum tracks Q to I, the instrument byte in hex corresponds to these drum names:
    Code:
    00  Bass01
    01  Bass02
    02  Snare01
    03  Snare02
    04  Tom01
    05  HiClose
    06  HiOpen
    07  Crash
    08  Per01
    09  Per02
    0A  Bass03
    0B  Tom02
    0C  Bass04
    0D  Bass05
    0E  Snare03
    0F  Snare04
    10  HiClose02
    11  HiOpen02
    12  HiClose03
    13  HiOpen03
    14  Crash02
    15  RevSym01
    16  Ride01
    17  Tom03
    18  Tom04
    19  OrcDrm01
    1A  Bell
    1B  Cat
    1C  Bass06
    1D  Bass07
    1E  Snare05
    1F  Snare06
    20  Snare07
    21  Tom05
    22  HiOpen04
    23  HiClose04
    24  Clap01
    25  Pesi01
    26  Quick01
    27  Bass08
    28  Snare08
    29  HiClose05
    
     
  2. Feb 7, 2015
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    Thank you.
     
  3. Nov 14, 2015
    passing_by
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    Sorry for bumping such an old thread.
    Can I has the drum order for Japanese version of OrgMaker too?

    I've postponed making soundbank file of it long enough.

    EDIT:
    My bad. Order is same with same names. Only contents changed.
     
    Last edited: Nov 14, 2015
  4. Nov 15, 2015
    Bavi_H
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    Correct, the drum name to number assignments are the same in the Japanese and English versions. But some of the sounds (the actual waves that define the sound) are switched to different names.

    Rxo Inverse's Japanese OrgMaker 2 versions changed the sounds for the Cave Story drum names/numbers. When Xaser made his English version of OrgMaker 2.0.5x he decided to restore the Cave Story drum sounds to their original names/numbers. I did the same thing in my English versions of OrgMaker 2.0.5x and 2.1.0x.​

    The drum names on each row below sound the same:
    Code:
    1.3.4 J/E  2.*.* J    2.*.*x E
    =========  =========  ==========
    Bass01     Bass04     Bass01
    n/a        Bass01     Bass04
    
    HiClose    HiClose02  HiClose
    n/a        HiClose    HiClose02
    
    HiOpen     HiOpen02   HiOpen
    n/a        HiOpen     HiOpen02
    
    Snare01    Snare03    Snare01
    n/a        Snare01    Snare03
    
    Tom01      Tom03      Tom01
    n/a        Tom01      Tom03
    
    
    
    1.3.4 J/E  2.*.* J    2.1.0x E
               2.0.5x E
    =========  =========  ==========
    Per01      n/a        Per01
    n/a        Per01      n/a
    
    
     
  5. Nov 15, 2015
    passing_by
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    While I'm still here, I'm going to make bank files for 2.0.5 EN and JP. I'll have the sample order of 2.0.5 drums with corresponding sample bytes.
    The bank files I'll be using for a couple of projects I'm tinkering with now.
     
  6. Mar 5, 2016
    Bavi_H
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    Update 2016-03-04: Starting a blank file will now use Cave Story drums by default. (Also rearranged the txt and drums.htm documents.)

    Download the update from the link in the first post.
     
  7. Apr 3, 2016
    Fluff8836
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    Organya Twei 2.1.1 is now available to download by the public. Even though it was made back in 2014, it was private, but now it is marked open.
    Changes (Japanese):
    Changes Translation (using Bing):
    Download: 2.1.1 (Changed to actual site, no direct link)

    Up for a new Translation task?
     
    Last edited: Apr 3, 2016
  8. Apr 3, 2016
    Bavi_H
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    Yes, I noticed the 2.1.1 version sometime around the end of 2014. When I looked at it, the Japanese 2.1.1 version seemed to have the same features as the English 2.1.0 version, so I wasn't motivated to go through the entire translation process again.

    More information: As mentioned earlier in this thread (and reported by a Japanese user on Rxo's BBS), the Japanese 2.1.0 version had some bugs:
    • Selecting slot 0 in the recent files would freeze the program.
    • Pressing the "back to start" button during playback caused strange behavior.
    I hex edited some fixes into the English 2.1.0 version, and shared the hex edits on Rxo's BBS. Later, Rxo programmed official fixes in the Japanese 2.1.1 version.

    When I looked at the Japanese 2.1.1 version, I didn't notice any functional changes other than the bug fixes. Since the English 2.1.0 version already has these bugs reasonably fixed, I wasn't motivated to go through the entire translation process again just to get the official version of the bug fixes.
     
  9. Apr 3, 2016
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    Okay, thanks for the info and your time. I understand all of this.

    2.1.0 English and the 2.1.1 JP official are the same thing.