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Super Mario 64 Soundfont Remixes

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Super Mario 64 Soundfont Remixes refers to a trend where songs are remixed using the SoundFont from the video game Super Mario 64, making the songs sound like they're from the game. The trend became popularized on YouTube in 2019, becoming increasingly popular over the years.


On February 5th, 2017, PablosCorner released the Super Mario 64 SoundFont on SMW Central,[1] posting a trailer for the SoundFont on YouTube on March 11th (shown below, left). An updated version of the SoundFont was released by PablosCorner in April 2021 (shown below, right). The Super Mario 64 SoundFont is notably used not only in SM64 but also the Neon Genesis Evangelion game on the Nintendo 64.[2]

On November 19th, 2019, YouTuber[3] kanna lost her jaw. posted a remix of the American Football song "Never Meant" using the SoundFont, garnering over 867,000 views in three years (shown below). It is unclear if this is the first song remixed using the SM64 SoundFont, but is one of the earliest popular examples.


Remixes using the Super Mario 64 SoundFont became increasingly popular on YouTube. On February 18th, 2020, YouTuber Matthew the Music and Hot Wheels Fan 2022 began posting remixes of various songs using the SoundFont, posting over 50 remixes of various songs over two years (examples shown below).[4]

On August 8th, 2022, YouTuber SoftieIsVibing posted a remix of the Better Call Saul theme song with visuals resembling the 3D Saul Goodman meme, garnering over 16,500 views in two months (shown below).

On August 19th, YouTuber on4word posted a remix of Aphex Twins' "Xtal," garnering over 100,000 views in two months (shown below, left). On September 7th, the same YouTuber posted a remix of "Paranoid Android" by Radiohead, garnering over 170,000 views in a month (shown below, right).

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[1] SMW Central – Super Mario 64 Soundfont V2

[2] YouTube – Komm, süsser Tod

[3] YouTube – Kanna

[4] YouTube – Mario 64 SoundFont Playlist

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