End Credits (Subspace Emissary)

Game Name: Super Smash Bros. Brawl

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Added by: Mike Newman  Added: 2016-09-09

File URL is http://www.vgmusic.com/new-files/SSBB_Credits.mid
Upload Date and Time: 07/09/2009 22:15:29

Uploaded by:  (Luigi P.)


Game System: Nintendo Wii
Game Name: Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Song Title: End Credits (Subspace Emissary)
Sequenced by: Luigi P.
Other Information: Sequenced with Sibeilus 5 by Luigi P.
Because SSBB has a variety of modes which can be beaten and show "credits", this MIDI is the music of the staff credits (after you beat the Subspace Emissary). It is the song listed as "Credits" under "Super Smash Bros. Brawl" in Sound Test. That was probably obvious, but just to make sure.

I would just like to express a note (no pun intended) of disappointment with Nintendo regarding this game. With 200+ music tracks from a wide variety of games, SSBB is a repository and standard for classic game music. And no question about it, many of the tracks are excellent arrangements, as well as excellent original choices. But all too often (if you look at the credit for each individual song) the music, especially the arranged tracks, were "outsourced" to other studios--in which case, the original composers rarely had a chance to control the quality or musical content. And the quality of the MIDI sounds used in SSBB by these studios (of course, they're "prerendered" MIDIs) are, in my opinion, sometimes even worse than those in Twilight Princess, two years earlier.

Though I do have to admit that the title theme and the Fire Emblem theme do sound pretty epic with the Latin "chorus" (two people), something that Twilight Princess never had... I mean real people singing...

-MIDI Header Information-
MIDI Type: 1
Number of Tracks: 20
Delta Time Setting: 256

-Text Analysis-
Nintendo

-Copyright Event Analysis-
Copyright  2008 Nintendo

-Midi TrackName Analysis-
SSBB Credits
Flute
Trumpet in C
Trumpet in C
Horn in C
Trombone
Timpani
Percussion
Bongos
Congas
Click
Triangle
Piano
Electric Guitar
Bass Guitar
Choir
Synthesizer
Electric Organ
Strings