Talk:List of SSB4 Music (Super Mario Bros. series)

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Rainbow Road (Mario Kart: Double Dash!!)[edit]

Seems as though the chart won't function properly; it's making another section on the chart called ')'. I've tried everything I can to fix it, but it just won't work. Anybody have a solution? SmashBros (talk) 11:14, 19 November 2014 (EST)

Solution was simply to write ! to insert each exclamation mark in this instance; having a double exclamation mark within the table separates anything after it into a new column heading. (Please note - I had to use a similar method to write ! out without it turning into an exclamation mark - use it as it appears on the published version of this talk page, rather than what you see when you edit this page!) I don't think any other track names that I know of contain a double exclamation mark followed by any other characters, so hopefully this is a one-off issue. = ) --62.232.85.66 11:38, 19 November 2014 (EST)

Cloudtop Cruise in Omega Form[edit]

Everytime Cloudtop Cruise plays when I play Mario Circuit Omega I seem to hear an extra beat in the background that shouldn't even be there. Does anyone else hear this, and is this intentional? Kirby's Crazy Appetite ~ KirbysCrazyAppetiteSig.png 16:39, 4 October 2016 (EDT)

Ogg files[edit]

I have an idea for medleys. We'd have a chart that has two separate columns: One that plays the original track, and one that plays the Smash Bros. remix of said track. For example, the chart I created for the Rainbow Road Medley on Smashpedia. I am hoping to implement this idea onto this wiki with every single medley and music that features more than one remixed track from another game (Butter Building for example). The only reason I ask first is that I want the chart to be exactly the same as the ones on Smashpedia. Since they are technically my doing, I could copy and paste completed charts with the files onto here and that would be a problem, no? AceFedora (talk) 23:51, 29 December 2018 (EST)