I shall indeed make a list :o thanks. This is what I got so far XD I hope youtube is a reliable source for which songs are which.
Pallet Town -> Pallet Town
Viridian Forest -> Viridian Forest
Cherrygrove/Mahogany (The same?) -> Viridian City
New Bark Town -> Pewter City
Azalea/Blackthorn City -> Cerulean City
Violet City/Olivine City -> Lavender Town
Celadon City -> Celadon City
Cianwood City -> Fuschia City
Routes 38 and 39 -> Route Theme 1
Routes 3-9 and 22 -> Route Theme 2 Oak? -> Route Theme 3
ark Cave/Ice Cave/Seafom Islands -> Route Theme 4
Lighthouse -> Saffron City
Routes 42-44, Lake of Rage -> Mt Ember
Pokemon Center -> Pokemon Center
Hall of Fame -> Hall of Fame
Since FireRed's song table has half the songs that Emerald does, you'd have about half a megabyte of wasted space from Johto's songs. The most efficient way would be to assemble the S files manually (because I have all the ROM-ready S files) instead of c/p'ing the song data from Emerald to FireRed.
Would you mind making a list of what songs from HG/SS you want in your hack, and what vanilla songs you want to replace?
But wait, there's more! You should wait until I update my patch before you add Kanto songs. As of now the the current public patch has terrible volume balance and inaccurate midi events. I would send you the patch with the improved and accurate music but it only has Johto's themes atm... It should be finished in two weeks tops.
It's a really easy thing to do if you're hacking FireRed/LeafGreen and if you don't have any data located after 0x1200000. You can literally c/p the hex data from Emerald to FR/LG (and vice versa) and it will work.
"jsziede - Everything gogo did but for Emerald" was exactly what I typed on the patch's Romhack.me page haha, which GoGo c/p'd to the patch's PC page. But that was around last September...
Music hacking is fun because you get actual 4th and 5th gen music in your hacks :D I made a hack loaded with music from those two generations, with more being added every once in a while. GoGo made a tutorial that pretty much explains everything there is to music hacking. You don't even need to know music theory (though it helps when editing midis).