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File Format

CIT files are tables of chords, found in both Super Mario Galaxy and Super Mario Galaxy 2. Each one corresponds to a separate BMS file.


Offset Type Description
0x00 Int32 Padding.
0x04 String File magic. CITS in ASCII.
0x08 Int32 File length
0x0C Int16 Chord Count
0x0E Int16 ScalePair Count.
0x10 Int32[Chord Count] Chord Offsets
0x10 + (Chord Count*4) Int32[ScalePair Count] ScalePair Offsets


Offset Type Description
0x00 byte Root Note. I.e. 00 for C.
0x01 byte[3] Triad. I.e. 00 04 07 for a C major triad.
0x04 byte[4] Extensions. These bytes are Notes.


A set of 2 music Scales. Usually the two scales are identical
ScalePair format below:

Offset Type Description
0x00 Int32 Scale A Pointer
0x04 Int32 Scale B Pointer

Located at the Scale A and B Pointers is a real scale. Format below:

Offset Type Description
0x00 byte[12] Scale Components. These bytes are Notes


Individual notes in a CIT file:

Value Note
00 C
01 C#/Db
02 D
03 D#/Eb
04 E
05 F
06 F#/Gb
07 G
08 G#/Ab
09 A
0A A#/Bb
0B B
7F None.