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Fupicat
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Where do the music loops come from?

The credits page has lots of names and websites of where the music and sounds came from. I wanted to know what the full songs were like, so after like an hour of searching I found one of them! It's the full version of “Dance Sitar”. I was gonna look through more of the sources but there are way too many songs, and I thought there was probably already someone who had done that already.

So does anyone have any more sources on the rest of the loops in the music library?

Here's a list of what has been found so far.
(list courtesy of @-carlos-n)
Chill = Air Hockey Salon by Chris Zabriskie (CC-BY)

Bossa Nova = BossaBossa by Kevin MacLeod (CC-BY)

Movie 2 = Darkling by Kevin MacLeod (CC-BY)

Dance Energetic = Energetic Dance by furbyguy (CC0)

Dance Sitar = Ganpati by Masaladosa (CC-BY)

Classical Piano = Variatio 1 a 1 Clav. by Kimiko Ishizaka (CC0)

Emotional Piano = Inhale by Peter Rudenko (CC-BY)

Dubstep = Melodical Dubstep by Orboscope (CC0)

Mystery = Suspense Crime Scene by tyops (CC-BY)

Video Game 2 = Nephlim by Flick3r (CC-BY)

Video Game 1 = Pookatori and Friends by Kevin MacLeod (CC-BY)

Reggae = Regrezion by Nueve Millas (CC0)

Movie 1 = Send for the Horses by Kevin MacLeod (CC-BY)

Trap Beat = Trapped by Kelee Maize (CC-BY)

the sounds below come from BT Library (brian transeau)


Drive around = drive the bouncer

drum satellite = fast satellite

drum jam = nsync freaked

scratchy beat = scratchim

drum funky = funk soul sista

kick back = benda bzounce

cymbal echo = hippie top

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cave = cave album: sounds of scratch 1.4

techno1 or 2 = pralax or gryrow album: mass ave sessions

Last edited by Fupicat (Jan. 8, 2024 20:15:50)




CatsUnited
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Where do the music loops come from?

Seems like an interesting project to take on. Not sure how I'm going to be able to get the music from Adobe, but for anyone else wanting to take it on, here are links to Free Music Archive, Freesound and Kevin MacLeod and here's a full list of the music loops that exist in Scratch 3:
Bossa Nova
Cave
Chill
Classical Piano (I have definitely heard that in a Youtube video before)
Cymbal Echo
Dance Around
Dance Celebration
Dance Chill Out
Dance Energetic
Dance Funky
Dance Head Nod
Dance Magic
Dance Sitar
Dance Slow Mo
Dance Snare
Dance Space
Drip Drop
Drive Around
Drum
Drum Funky
Drum Jam
Drum Machine
Drum Satellite
Drum Set1
Drum Set2
Dubstep
Eggs
Elec Piano
Emotional Piano
Garden
Guitar Chords 1
Guitar Chords 2 (that's me)
Hip Hop
Human Beatbox 1
Human Beatbox 2
Jungle
Kick Back
Medieval 1
Medieval 2
Movie 1
Movie 2
Mystery
Odesong
Reggae
Scratchy Beat
Techno 1
Techno 2
Trap Beat
Triumph
Video Game 1
Video Game 2
Xylo 1
Xylo 2
Xylo 3
Xylo 4
Since a lot of these samples are quite old (most of them go back to Scratch 1.x), if you can, I suggest searching for a date before around 2010.
I would also provide more help but it's Christmas rn so I'm busy :(

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Fupicat
Scratcher
1000+ posts

Where do the music loops come from?

Christmas time might have been a bad time to take on such a massive task lol, but if no one has done this already I think I'll continue searching. I'm worried though that many of the songs are in the public domain, and therefore not credited. Also, I'm definitely not gonna search through every single Kevin MacLeod song just to find, like, one that was used in Scratch.

I think I'll have more luck finding the more recent “dance” ones, and the new 3.0 sounds, than the ancient loops that have been there since the beginning. I'm also pretty sure one of the artists credited, Peter Rudenko, made the Emotional Piano song, since every other song he made is very similar in style.

Btw, did you make the Guitar Chords 2 sound?



apple502j
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Where do the music loops come from?

This is the answer: https://github.com/LLK/scratch-gui/pull/3385

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CatsUnited
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Where do the music loops come from?

Fupicat wrote:

Btw, did you make the Guitar Chords 2 sound?
no lol
just referencing a meme

I can confirm an exact match for Enegertic Dance by furbyguy with Scratch's “Dance Energetic” though along with an exact match for Bossa Nova with Kevin MacLeod's Bossa Bossa, and Dance Sitar, which you've found yourself is also referenced there
Seeing as we've got links to the sounds that were added in Scratch 3, I now wonder where all the really old sound samples came from. I wonder if contacting any old ST members who were associated with the collection of default assets for the Scratch program could help.

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Fupicat
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Where do the music loops come from?

apple502j wrote:

This is the answer: https://github.com/LLK/scratch-gui/pull/3385
Thank you so much! All of the names in this list match with the credits page, so that probably means the really old sounds from 1.x didn't require attribution. The best way to find out where they are from would be to contact someone who was there.



Drumede
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Where do the music loops come from?

heres techno2 (idk the name yet)

AAAAAHAHHHAIYSGIGHADIHASFDHIK\GIHRIHFSDGIH :: hat
pen down
print text [poopy poopy poopy poo poopy poopy poopy poo sedafkfhasb sdhgfghs sdfggifd dhgf gs gsgs it's time to poop in the poootty its time to fart uin the pootty]:: pen
repeat (12) // this Poops!
fart :: #5c2200
end
end it all [right now! v] :: grey
if <(worked?) = [false]> then
have a flipping mental breakdown :: #ff0000
else
... :: grey
that was stupid
Fupicat
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Where do the music loops come from?

Drumede wrote:

heres techno2 (idk the name yet)
Are you sure? Sounds like a fan made extended version.



PlNG_
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Where do the music loops come from?

Drumede wrote:

heres techno2 (idk the name yet)
The original Techno (also known as gryrow)
these were composed by gloob(ic)

Last edited by PlNG_ (Dec. 3, 2022 21:18:12)

donotforgetmycode
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Where do the music loops come from?

Odesong

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music origins
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Be high contrast
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Rich4321
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Where do the music loops come from?

What song is the loop ‘cave??
donotforgetmycode
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Where do the music loops come from?

Eggs

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By the way - this is rejected for safety reasons.

An0therRand0mC0der wrote:

a bully with a big belly steals your moist cheesy beef
music origins
Be horizontal —
(thanks @thugatwoary and @Za-Chary)
Be high contrast
Generation -1: The first time you see this, copy and paste it on top of your signature in the Scratch forums, and decrease the generation by 1. Social experiment.
i ran out of characters
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iamout123
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Where do the music loops come from?

It seems that most of the full songs remain on scratch 1.4, Maybe i can check by downloading it.
donotforgetmycode
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Where do the music loops come from?

“Medieval2” is “Underwater Trance” on this page.
“Cave”, “Drum”, “DrumMachine”, “Garden”, “Medieval1”, “Triumph” and “Xylo4” are probably also on this page, but I haven't found them yet.

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——————————————————

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By the way - this is rejected for safety reasons.

An0therRand0mC0der wrote:

a bully with a big belly steals your moist cheesy beef
music origins
Be horizontal —
(thanks @thugatwoary and @Za-Chary)
Be high contrast
Generation -1: The first time you see this, copy and paste it on top of your signature in the Scratch forums, and decrease the generation by 1. Social experiment.
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iamout123
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Where do the music loops come from?

Hey guys, I found an MP3 file that contains a (probably) full version of cave. I found this from a now unshared project about the scratch LGBTQ and BLM emojis. I found this project from an old Scratch forum with the same topic. Opened the link with turbo warp before the update that DOSENT allow viewing unshared projects. Should I post a project with the sound?
Fupicat
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1000+ posts

Where do the music loops come from?

iamout123 wrote:

Hey guys, I found an MP3 file that contains a (probably) full version of cave. I found this from a now unshared project about the scratch LGBTQ and BLM emojis. I found this project from an old Scratch forum with the same topic. Opened the link with turbo warp before the update that DOSENT allow viewing unshared projects. Should I post a project with the sound?
yes

by the way how the heck are yall finding these all of a sudden?



iamout123
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Where do the music loops come from?

donotforgetmycode
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Where do the music loops come from?

iamout123 wrote:

here it is
https://scratch.mit.edu/projects/807032249/
Scratch 1.4's metadata says it's by Beau Silver, but I can't find the original page where it's from.

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——————————————————

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An0therRand0mC0der wrote:

a bully with a big belly steals your moist cheesy beef
music origins
Be horizontal —
(thanks @thugatwoary and @Za-Chary)
Be high contrast
Generation -1: The first time you see this, copy and paste it on top of your signature in the Scratch forums, and decrease the generation by 1. Social experiment.
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Fun_Cupcake_i81
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Where do the music loops come from?

donotforgetmycode wrote:

“Medieval2” is “Underwater Trance” on this page.
It actually seems to be an edited version of that… I found the part that matches Medieval2 in that, but there's an additional instrument (I wanna say xylophone but I'm not 100% sure) present not in the Scratch version… It's possible it's a stereo file and only one of the tracks had that? (That page doesn't have a download option that I can find, so I can't check.)

donotforgetmycode wrote:

Scratch 1.4's metadata says it's by Beau Silver, but I can't find the original page where it's from.
The album is listed as “Sounds of Scratch 1.4” so is it possible it was written specifically for Scratch? Just guessing here.

Also bumping this

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My goal is to help people out and brighten their days!
Also, I do in fact have a voice-acted series. It's a fantasy story and I'd love it if you'd check it out!
You could also check out Sprinkle Town, a town game I created inspired by Stardew Valley! (It's still in very early development stages.)
Scratch137
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Where do the music loops come from?

Fun_Cupcake_i81 wrote:

(#19)

donotforgetmycode wrote:

Scratch 1.4's metadata says it's by Beau Silver, but I can't find the original page where it's from.
The album is listed as “Sounds of Scratch 1.4” so is it possible it was written specifically for Scratch? Just guessing here.
According to the metadata, it was encoded with iTunes 6.0.2, which was released in January 2006. Scratch 1.0 was being developed around the same time, so it's quite possible that the song was made specifically for Scratch.


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