So, some dedicated people over at KrystalArchive.com managed to rip a GIGANTIC batch of voice and sound clips from Star Fox Assault, all of which can be found here.
For those that don't care for the game, this might not mean much...but for fans of Assault like me, this is an audio gold-mine. All the Japanese voices are included, too, but they haven't been sorted yet.
Hello, today when i was searching something about SFA on internet i found this video with English dubbing
and in video description there is a link to download English voices here on starfox-online.net but link is not working i get error 404, can someone tell me where to download that files?
Here is link that is not working: http://www.starfox-online.net/games/sfad/voiceacting/
Thanks in advance.
Simple question. What voice actors do you want for Star Fox Wii U? Now while we donâ€™t exactly know what characters will be in the game, I think itâ€™s a safe bet the core Star Fox team will be there, and perhaps Star Wolf as well. Going off of that who do you want doing the voices of Fox, Falco, Wolf, etc. They can be old returning actors or completely new people if you chose.
I need your opinion's on something.
I want to do some voice recording (just talking, like voice overs, not singing) for some video's I want to make, and I need a good microphone.
I want one with great voice recording quality, is easy to use, and wont cost an arm and a leg.
I have heard the Blue Snowball and Shure SM57 are good, and are less then $100, which is even better.
What do you guys think? Are those good mics, or are there better for around the same price?
Well, I've lately been trying to find a way to extract the voice clips of Fox from Assault's .iso file (or at least record the video footage without the music/sound effects). I recall people being able to extract many voice files of Krystal, but not of the other characters. Here's what I know so far:
* CHD/C3D/CBD: Parts for a sound file. There are usually 3 of these. CHD (sound quality), C3D (for stereo sound) and CBD (the sound file itself).
* Chr1: Fox
* Files are accessible & extractable via Dolphin.
Is there any way to convert these files to audio files or (if possible) disable the music and sound effects with the Dolphin emulator (or any other GCN emulator if necessary)?
Sorry if this topic was possibly already discussed, but from my perspective, there didn't seem to be any thread that touched this topic and succeeded.