Street Fighter II Battle Vinyl


#1

I just picked this up off eBay the other day and it’s pretty cool. I was just wondering if anybody knew where the torrent was for the songs, fx, and voices are. Side A has all the vocals & FX while side B has all the music. I don’t want to buy some type of turntable to convert the songs into files, I just wanted to frame the piece. They only made 350 of these and I couldn’t find a damn thing on google.

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#2

I have an MP3 of “some” of the samples, no music though, if thats of any use? I use them to scratch with via serato scratch live.


#3

Yeah man I’m trying to get everything, if it comes down to it I’ll spin it once somehow and get those sounds. Do you happen to know how that’s done?


#4

Why is this in the SFIV forum? You might want to try tech talk for help getting the files.


#5

If u have to record it, it’s pretty easy. Find an old stereo which has a vinil player and hook it up to a computer into the mic in-line slot. You can find a lot of programs that can record what gets inside the computer. :smiley:


#6

usb turtables, for recording, are pretty cheap if you gots cash to spare


#7

Daaaaamn! I remember seeing this at Oki-ni a while back and, being a record collector, instantly drooled all over myself. Congrats, I’m very jealous. Curiously, how much did you grab it for?


#8

Good God.

I need doubles in my life.


#9

dude listen to this steal haha, 2 guys had it going for buy it now $550 I got it for $56 from another dude cause I stalk ebay like that. I was so souped for that price. I also copped the MvC2 blue vinyl mixtape with people like talib kweli and such for $76 and that one goes for more as well.

MvC2 Vinyl: http://www.examiner.com/x-17424-Goldsboro-PlayStation-Examiner~y2009m8d13-LimitedTime-Offers-with-Marvel-vs-Capcom-2

I’m no record collector but if there were records I couldn’t pass up it had to be these 2 for sure! I’ll be framing them and putting them right along side my Triumvir M. Bison wanted poster.


#10

You need a turntable of some kind (do you have any DJ friends) and a mixer (unless its one of those USB decks) hooked up to your PC.

as for a recording program, Audacity is free and easy to use, just google it.

Failing that, send me your vinyl and i’ll rip it for you :rofl:


#11

Ruff, I use SF samples in Serato as well.

Great product.


#12

The ONLY way to DJ in this day and age IMO :smiley:


#13

this is probalby the same vinyl DJ Qbert uses.

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#14

Maybe on this joint, cuz I think it was commissioned by Capcom for ST:HDR. Capcom prolly gave him a similar record to fucks with for the track.

But I’m pretty sure SF2 voice samples have appeared on a ton of break records in the past. I remember seeing wax on Turntablelab (a loonnnng time ago) that was catching hype because of the Street Fighter clips.

In fact, I’m pretty sure there’s a Q-Bert cut from ISP’s glory-days where he’s using SF sounds.


#15

There is an alternative…these things called turntables. They’re great, highly recommended.


#16

I bought a few copies on Oki-Ni the day they put them on sale. Never been played, just waiting until I need the money then put them on ebay (keep one for me ofcourse). You got a bargin for $57!! nice one! :smile: