|Super Mario World 1 Sample Utility (Music resampler)|
|Use(s):||Makes your custom music sound more accurate by inserting samples from the source material.|
|Platform(s):||32-bit Windows; requires .NET Framework|
|Latest Version:||184.108.40.206 (uploaded April 25, 2010)|
|Download(s):||For some odd reason, this one is listed as "SampleTool".|
The Super Mario World 1 Sample Utility, popularly known as SMWS and officially known as SampleTool on SMW Central's Tools section, is a tool created by smkdan that allows you to make your custom music sound more accurate to the source material by changing the samples that Super Mario World uses. It does this on a per-level basis.
However, this utility doesn't work for everyone. Some users report glitches, a fact that smkdan himself admits even in the latest version. Addmusic M is a somewhat better alternative to this, though it is slightly less "noob-proof".
Reviews of this Utility
- Cheerleading Practice: Rant on N-SPC, SMWS, and Jimmy52905's Super Mario 64 Bowser Levels music: An unfavorable review from A-l-e-x-99 on his LiveJournal, written in October 2009 for what was then the current version. Also reviews the N-SPC patch and the music he tried to insert using both, Jimmy52905's rendition of Super Mario 64's Bowser levels music.
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|Tools commonly used in SMW Hacking|
|ASM Hacking/Custom Blocks/Custom Sprites||Asar - BlockTool - Blocktool Super Deluxe - Overworld Sprite Tool - SMW Freespace Logger - Sprite Tool - Tweaker - VWF Cutscene Tool - xkas|
|Emulation||bsnes - Snes9x - ZSNES|
|Graphics||Racing Stripe - Terra Stripe - YY-CHR|
|Hex editors||Okteta - Translhextion - XVI32|
|Level/Overworld Editing||Lunar Magic - Super Mario World Overworld Editor|
|Music||Addmusic - SMWS|