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    Flooded Factory Zone (Original Piece)

    By Caleb Taylor


    Submitted by Villain #1, Sep 17 2016 10:23 PM | Last updated Sep 17 2016 10:23 PM
    original stage theme i guess im not dead i swear


    Use V3 StandardUse V2 RemasterUse old playerDownload WAVFullscreen (Press ESC)


    I TOLD YOU GUYS I'M STILL ALIVE!!

    I've been trying to pull through without Internet by going to places with Wi-Fi and then going back home once I get Notessimo open, lol

    Anyhoo, have another fake Sonic song. :V

    File: http://www.notessimo.net/uploads/9e0c9f738cbc73cc31c32f4ce5748647.note
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    7 Comments

    Why V2?

    Why V2?

    well, what's wrong with v2?

    I went someplace with Wi-Fi and had opened up the Legacy version (V3 with V2 instruments) before I went home, hence why I was stuck with V2 sounds. I tried to do the same thing with V3 in the past since I have another song in the works for that version, but there's a weird glitch with volume control that makes the whole thing crash (anybody else bump into that issue?). It's stopped me in my tracks a few times too many... But I'll still try as many times as necessary.

    there's a weird glitch with volume control that makes the whole thing crash (anybody else bump into that issue?).

    Are you, by chance, talking about Error 1009?

    I don't know the error code off the top of my head, but it's the one that just says "Dude! No!"

    It doesn't go away and it forces me to close out of the program without saving. It's the bane of my existence when I work in V3.

    I don't know the error code off the top of my head, but it's the one that just says "Dude! No!"

    It doesn't go away and it forces me to close out of the program without saving. It's the bane of my existence when I work in V3.

    Yeah, that sounds familiar. It should let you save a copy, regardless.

    To avoid this issue, you want to use the arrows beside the input bar before/after typing in the number. I don't know how, but it works.


    ~Star~ is dumb -___-
    Sep 23 2016 05:30 AM

    I don't know the error code off the top of my head, but it's the one that just says "Dude! No!"

    It doesn't go away and it forces me to close out of the program without saving. It's the bane of my existence when I work in V3.

     

    Changing the volume of a large amount of instruments crashes it, but it should be safe if when after you type in the number you click out of it like a confirmation and then press OK.