Super Meat Boy! Full-Keyboard Stepmania Pack RELEASED

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Super Meat Boy! Full-Keyboard Stepmania Pack RELEASED

Postby Patashu on Mar 10th, '11, 20:06

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SUPER MEAT BOY!! FULL-KEYBOARD STEPMANIA PACK: FINALLY STOPPED PROCRASTINATING ON IT

DOWNLOAD HERE: http://www.mediafire.com/?j9srl2z2ntydri5

All 25+ songs from the game Super Meat Boy charted for stepmania, plus one extra:
Meat Golem piano, arranged by Shad0w0nTheSun/Brent Kennedy!
4 or more charts per song - beginner 1s can be played immediately, beginner 2s with minimal practice and beginner 3s soon after that! Newbies to stepmania won't feel left out!

This pack is a keyboard pack with full difficulties charted, from 1 to 15+ nps.
-You are expected to play in a spread configuration using both index and middle fingers, with a key configuration such as qwop, efko or asdf. You can change this in tepmania under options then under key config.
-All charts are stepped by Patashu, all graphic work was done by leonid.
-Difficulty numbers are created not by DDR footers but by taking the average notes per second of the file and adjusting it up/down for easy/hard patterns/other reasons. For reference, max 300 would be a 7 in this system.
-A big thank you to leonid for saving me a lot of work as well as all my playtesters: leonid, Christian O, Benvolio, Lamperi, Detrimentalist, MyopicM2C1, Kynosaur (and anyone else I missed) as well as everyone who watched me livestream the stepping process: MyopicM2C1, Rebound, leonid, bmah, Tasselfoot, JasonKey, DrugstoreCowboy (and anyone else I missed)
-And we can't forget Danny Baranowsky/dB soundworks for making the awesome soundtrack so this could exist at all ;D

Other keyboard packs you might be interested in (also keyboard packs, also full difficulties):
Cave Story Pack WIP (download the skeleton, then download the link that says 'download all filled in .sms' and extract it to the same folder)
Nick's Mix (anime charts)
Otaku's Dream 6th Anime Mix
More experienced? Try this thread: http://www.keybeatonline.com/forums/sho ... .php?t=675

Enjoy online flash rhythm games with hundreds of songs? Try these:
www.thirdstyle.com
www.flashflashrevolution.com

My youtube account. I will try to put up video previews of each file: www.youtube.com/user/patashu

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If you don't have stepmania, I recommend sm-ssc. Download here: http://code.google.com/p/sm-ssc/

There's one important thing you'll want to do in sm-ssc: add speedmods. 1x is painfully slow, and for charts that get this hard you'll want to raise it until it's going as fast as you can read and react to it - with practice, you'll figure out how fast you can make it, but in general the faster it is the easier it is to play.

Depending on your OS navigate to the following folder and make SpeedMods.txt:
Windows (XP): %appdata%\sm-ssc\Save\SpeedMods.txt
Mac OS X: /Users/<username>/Library/Preferences/StepMania SSC/SpeedMods.txt
Linux: /home/<username>/.sm-ssc/Save/SpeedMods.txt

Fill it with:

0.5x,1x,1.5x,2x,2.5x,3x,3.5x,4x,4.5x,5x,5.5x,6x,6.5x,7x,7.5x,8x,8.5x,9x,9.5x,10x,C100,C125,C150,C175,C200,C225,C250,C275,C300,C325,C350,C375,C400,C425,C450,C475,C500,C525,C550,C575,C600,C625,C650,C675,C700,C725,C750,C775,C800,C825,C850,C875,C900,C925,C950,C975,C1000

C-mods are a constant scroll rate, x-mods multiply the bpm of the song and so change speed when the song does.

If you don't want to use or can't figure out sm-ssc, you can use stepmania 3.9 or 4.0 instead: http://www.stepmania.com/wiki/Downloads
Then follow this topic to insert speedmods: http://www.bemanistyle.com/forum/f93/mo ... dmods-230/

Also, before you inevitably ask - if you use vista or windows 7, install Stepmania under Program Files and later try to make a new file or edit one, it won't save your changes because of permission issues. To fix this problem don't install Stepmania to Program Files or run it as administrator.

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SONG/DIFFICULTIES LIST:

1-L 1/3/6/9 - Forest Funk (Ch 1 Light World) - 117 bpm
1-X 2/4/6/8/11 - Ballad of the Burning Squirrel (Ch 1 Dark World) - 129 bpm
1-Z 3/6/9/11/13 - The Battle of Lil' Slugger (Ch 1 Boss) - 200 bpm
2-L 2/4/8/9/12 - Betus Blues (Ch 2 Light World) - 130 bpm
2-X 2/5/8/9/11 - C.H.A.D.'s Broken Wind (Ch 2 Dark World) - 127 bpm
2-Z 3/5/8/10/13 - C.H.A.D.'s Lullaby (Ch 2 Boss) - 192 bpm (with 1x 24 bpm hangtime)
3-L 2/4/8/13 - Can o' Salt (Ch 3 Light World) - 139 bpm
3-X 3/6/8/12/14 - Rocket Rider (Ch 3 Dark World) - 128 bpm
3-Z 3/5/8/12 - Fast Track to Browntown (Ch 3 Boss) - 133 bpm
4-L 2/4/7/11 - Hot Damned (Ch 4 Light World) - 160 bpm
4-X 3/5/9/13 - Devil N' Bass (Ch 4 Dark World) - 180 bpm
4-Z 3/5/9/13 - Meat Golem (Ch 4 Boss) - 180 bpm
5-L 2/4/6/10 - It Ends (Ch 5 Light World) - 113 bpm
5-X 3/6/9/12/15 - Dr. Fetus' Castle (Ch 5 Dark World) - 150 bpm
5-Z 2/4/6/10 - Larries' Lament (Ch 5 Boss) - 122 bpm
6-L 2/4/7/10 - It Ends 2: End Harder (Ch 6 Levels) - 104 bpm
6-Z1pt1 1/2/4 - Carmeaty Burana (Ch 6 Boss) (part 1) - 37.5-42 bpm (average 42 bpm)
6-Z1pt2 3/6/8/12 - Carmeaty Burana (Ch 6 Boss) (part 2) - 135 bpm
6-Z2 3/5/7/11 - Escape! - 152 bpm
7-L 2/4/7/10 - McLarty Party People (Ch 7 Levels) - 133 bpm (with 2x 33.25 bpm hangtime)
End Credits 1/3/6/9 - 140 bpm
Meat Spin 2/4/6/10 - Meat Spin (Teh Internets Levels) - 114 bpm
1-R 1/-/-/10/12 - Forest Funk RETRO (Ch 1 Warp Zone) - 117 bpm
2-R 1/-/10/11/14 - Betus Blues RETRO (Ch 2 Warp Zone) - 130 bpm
3-R 1/-/10/12/15 - Can o' Salt RETRO (Ch 3 Warp Zone) - 139 bpm
4-R 1/-/11/13/15 - Hot Damned RETRO (Ch 4 Warp Zone) - 160 bpm
5-R 1/-/-/10/12 - It Ends RETRO (Ch 5 Warp Zone) - 113 bpm
Meat Golem Piano 2/5/7/10 - 100-160 bpm (average 150 bpm)

1s: 7 (1-L, 1-R, 2-R, 3-R, 4-R, 5-R, End Credits)
2s: 11 (1-X, 2-L, 2-X, 3-L, 4-L, 5-L, 5-Z, 6-L, 7-L, Meat Spin, Meat Golem Piano)
3s: 10 (1-Z, 2-Z, 3-X, 3-Z, 4-X, 4-Z, 5-X, 6-Z1pt2, 6-Z2, End Credits)
4s: 9 (1-X, 2-L, 3-L, 4-L, 5-L, 5-Z, 6-L, 7-L, Meat Spin)
5s: 7 (2-X, 2-Z, 3-Z, 4-X, 4-Z, 6-Z2, Meat Golem Piano)
6s: 10 (1-L, 1-X, 1-Z, 3-X, 5-L, 5-Z. 5-X, 6-Z1pt2, End Credits, Meat Spin)
7s: 5 (4-L, 6-L, 6-Z2, 7-L, Meat Golem Piano)
8s: 8 (1-X, 2-L, 2-X, 2-Z, 3-L, 3-X, 3-Z, 6-Z1pt2)
9s: 6 (1-L, 2-L, 2-X, 1-Z, 4-X, 4-Z, End Credits)
10s: 11 (2-Z, 5-L, 5-Z, 6-L, 7-L, Meat Spin, 1-R, 2-R, 3-R, 5-R, Meat Golem Piano)
11s: 7 (1-X, 1-Z, 2-X, 4-L, 6-Z2, 2-R, 4-R)
12s: 8 (2-L, 3-X, 3-Z, 6-Z2, 5-X, 1-R, 3-R, 5-R)
13s: 7 (1-Z, 2-Z, 3-L, 4-X, 4-Z, 4-R)
14s: 2 (2-R, 3-X)
15s: 3 (5-X, 3-R, 4-R)

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT, DOWNLOAD HERE: http://www.mediafire.com/?j9srl2z2ntydri5

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Re: Super Meat Boy! Full-Keyboard Stepmania Pack RELEASED

Postby Patashu on Mar 19th, '11, 04:13

Hey, if this was re-encoded in 64kbps mp3s (it's currently ~200kbps oggs) could it be posted in the video game packs subforum?
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Re: Super Meat Boy! Full-Keyboard Stepmania Pack RELEASED

Postby Glas on Mar 19th, '11, 17:39

I would give it a try
but i hate super meat boy

sorry
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Re: Super Meat Boy! Full-Keyboard Stepmania Pack RELEASED

Postby keripo on Mar 19th, '11, 18:13

Patashu wrote:Hey, if this was re-encoded in 64kbps mp3s (it's currently ~200kbps oggs) could it be posted in the video game packs subforum?

If you were the creator of the pack and can vouch for its phone-tapping-friendliness, I can re-encode everything for you and add it in manually.

Alternatively, if you're interested in doing this long-term, I can show you my current method of packaging things and give you the forum permission to post song packs yourself (just send me a PM to let me know). I've just been super tight with time recently (hence the lack of updates and song pack uploads).

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Re: Super Meat Boy! Full-Keyboard Stepmania Pack RELEASED

Postby Patashu on Mar 30th, '11, 10:36

keripo wrote:
Patashu wrote:Hey, if this was re-encoded in 64kbps mp3s (it's currently ~200kbps oggs) could it be posted in the video game packs subforum?

If you were the creator of the pack and can vouch for its phone-tapping-friendliness, I can re-encode everything for you and add it in manually.

Yes and yes.

Alternatively, if you're interested in doing this long-term, I can show you my current method of packaging things and give you the forum permission to post song packs yourself (just send me a PM to let me know). I've just been super tight with time recently (hence the lack of updates and song pack uploads).

~Keripo


Maybe if I finish another pack.

and lol glas
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