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    Ghost In The Shell: SAC OST 4 - Smooth In The Shell (with tracks broken up)

    Is there a version available of the Smooth in the Shell CD with actual breaks to break up each song?
    I'd really like this if it's possible. Does anyone also have the track names?

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    I think the only way to get this would be if a member did it themselves. I am not sure, but I don't think one with separate tracks was produced officially> When I went looking for them, I never saw any reference to Smooth in the Shell that would suggest there is one. I wonder, if it is all merged as 1 track, if it even can be edited that way?

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    You'd need to create your own cue sheet for it to split the tracks up while listening in foobar or something. You could then convert the tracks individually afterwards.
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    I haven't seen a splitted version nor any track names given them.

    Technically it is supposed to be one long track, but in fact they are 16 different cues played continuously. Eventually you can split them.


    There's this site giving the starting time for the beginning of each track, but mind you that these times aren't exactly accurate:

    track 01 : 00'00
    track 02 : 04'12
    track 03 : 07'57
    track 04 : 10'48
    track 05 : 13'27
    track 06 : 18'47
    track 07 : 20'18
    track 08 : 22'02
    track 09 : 26'20
    track 10 : 30'19
    track 11 : 31'23
    track 12 : 33'01
    track 13 : 34'01
    track 14 : 39'40
    track 15 : 41'58
    track 16 : 45'17

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    I have a cue sheet made for it now with updated start and end times for the tracks, all you'd need to do is put the cue sheet in the same folder as the single track and rename the track to the same name as the cue file. Drag the cue file into foobar and listen. Would save me uploading transcoded mp3s.

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    Neat thanks Jessie.

    Also if anyone wants to split into individual files, go to your computer folder settings and uncheck hide extensions for known file types, and replace the file extension .txt of Jessie file to .cue. Then save the cue and the big mp3 file both in a same folder location, and make sure the mp3 and the cue file have both the same file names. Open some cue splitter program (cuetools or medieval cue splitter), and there open the cue file and split the big mp3 file to individual files.

    This way you have one separate mp3 file for each track, and without transcoding


    I'm loving listening the groovy tunes of track 9.

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    Out of curiosity, wouldn't the tracks then have very hard cuts at the beginning and ends? I have not listened to the album yet, but I assumed that if it all played as one track there would be no fading in and out of the individual tracks?

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    I listened through separated MP3's on winamp and WMP. They played fine and without any jarring cuts that could distract the listening.

    There's only one inconvenience to see no real track names in the playlist. I called each track 'Smooth in the Shell: Track 1', 'Smooth in the Shell: Track 2', and so forth, but that's only a small nuisance. No big deal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessie View Post
    I have a cue sheet made for it now with updated start and end times for the tracks, all you'd need to do is put the cue sheet in the same folder as the single track and rename the track to the same name as the cue file. Drag the cue file into foobar and listen. Would save me uploading transcoded mp3s.

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    Hey, Jessie. I'm not sure I understand. I apologize for being stupid! I'm just too damn good at it to give it up (being stupid, that is).

    Downloading now.

    EDIT: It won't let me do anything with it. :[

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    Make sure the cue file and the mp3 file have both the same file name and are located in the same path.

    Or if you want to split the single track in separate tracks, you can do it on medieval cue splitter, but remember that you also need here to have the cue and mp3 files in the same location and both with the same file names.

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    Rename the MP3 file to 01-Smooth in the Shell and put the cue file in the same folder as it. Open foobar and drag the cue file into it.

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    I have the split tracks version. I can upload in case you don't understand much of what you are doing :/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Orie View Post
    I have the split tracks version. I can upload in case you don't understand much of what you are doing :/
    If you could do that, I would appreciate it.

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    If you do not mind. I will up it tomorrow.

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    No problem at all. Thank you.

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    Posted a re-uplaod in all threads I found about it.
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    The password Disc 6 Catalogue Nš is not working for me. When I copy and paste it in the specified box in WinRAR, I get over 120 errors.
    Is it working for other people? If it is, then I'll just deal with the original version because I don't want to be a bother. Thanks anyway.

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    Disc 6 Catalogue Nš is not the password :P

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    That's the thing that was next to Pass in that thread! I swear I'm not stupid! XD

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    It's not the actual password though, it's more of a clue as to what the password is. I'll just say that the password in the text is highlighted in red, minus the (Disc 6) part :P
    Orie likes this.

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    Jessie is so smart. I would marry him.... if I as a girl.









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    Thanks much. Didn't realize it was a clue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Orie View Post
    Jessie is so smart. I would marry him.... if I as a girl.









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    I do. Marry me right now!!

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    Its's setled then


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