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105 bytes added ,  01:05, 6 December 2019
Fixed mix-up of N' and N in description of file
AST files contain PCM16 (16-bit signed) sound data. They're used in Super Mario Galaxy for musics, Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, and possibly in other games.
They contain a header, followed by BLCK chunks which are divided in blocks (channels).<br>
All the data in those files are big-endian, except where mentioned.<br>
All the offsets are absolute (from begining beginning of the file), except where mentioned.<br>
All the sizes are in bytes, except where mentioned.<br>
| 0x0014
| 4
| UnknownTotal number of samples
| 0x0018
| 0x0024
| 28
| Unknown(Usually all zeros except 0x0028, which is 0x7F)
Stereo is the most common type. Some musics music in SMG, such as the beach theme, are 4.0 Surround, though.
=== AST file structure ===
- N ' is the number of channels (entry 0x000C in AST header)<br>- N' is the block size (entry 0x0004 in BLCK chunk header)<br>
[[Category:File formats]]


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