Ys 1 & 2 – PCE Game Recording & Redbook Audio

And there goes a first Falcom release. Falcom PC Engine games are famous for their redbook audio (CDDA tracks), which were most of the time handled by Ryo Yonemitsu. However, the music generated by the PCE itself remained, at that time, unavailable (game logs were made possible since then, though). Anyway, this archive consists of both the redbook tracks and the chiptunes.

Enjoy ~

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6 Responses to “Ys 1 & 2 – PCE Game Recording & Redbook Audio”

  1. […] concept as the Ys 1 & 2 one posted a while ago. This contains all music from the Ys 3 PC Engine game, including the Japanese […]

  2. Great work niki! Thanks a lot!

  3. Thanks very much for having this up for download. Appreciated. (:

    I do have renaming suggestions for some of the track names for better and/or more common translations, though:

    The Syonin –> The Merchant
    Palace of Salmon –> Palace of Solomon
    Companile of Lane –> Campanile of Lane

    And for consistence’s sake:

    Devil’s wind –> Devil’s Wind

  4. Oh yeah, and I wouldn’t personally call Reah as Lair, as that was only used in the TurboGrafx-CD version of the game and never anywhere else officially.

  5. D’oh! Forgot to mention this:

    You have two track names with the word “with” spelled differently. These are “Stay With Me Forever” and “Too Full with Love”.

  6. Hey MP83. Sorry I didnt see your comments earlier. They got list in the anti-spam filter. I’m pretty sure we talked in the past, probably on the VGM DC++ hub ? Not sure anymore aha, but I do remember you being passionate about proper Ys translations.

    While I totally agree with you on the linguistic part, I’m so used to these old broken translations by now that I’d have a hard time going back ahaha. Your translations do bring a lot of insight as to the songs and their context though. Cheers ! ^^

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