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Re: Sierra/Dynamix sound driver hacking

in DOS
Huh. Didn't know that existed for CMS patching to a different space. So use the MS DOS debug program to change the code from 220h to 210h and use the string for Secret of Monkey Island /g2x0 for the different address, correct? Yes, but i would recommend using a good hex editor, just makes things …

Re: Sierra/Dynamix sound driver hacking

in DOS
Hate to bring an old thread back from the dead here, but I have a question: how can I edit DRV files, like AUDBLAST.DRV, ADL.DRV, MTBLAST.DRV, or even BLASTER.DRV to get the Blaster hardware address changed from 220h to 240h? I have a SAAYM card (2x Philips 1099, 1x YM-2151 and YM-3012 DAC) set to …

Re: FMonster, the monster of sound synth

Earlier DuoSID and FMonster had user-selectable port for each SID , but user could choose only one setting for each SID . So user could put both SID 's either on one address (to get full mono playback, but "wasting" one of the SID s) or on different addresses (to get true stereo playback, but …

Re: FMonster, the monster of sound synth

Hi Fagear, i have a couple of questions. So in DuoSID both SID chips listen on the same base port? From what i can see there's only 1 base port selection which means both SID chips Will play the same thing. Wouldn't it be better to have a different base port for SID 1 and SID 2? That way maybe a …

Red Baron - A collection of patches for it that are simply amazing!

in DOS
I've been a Red Baron fan for years. Played the heck out of it, and always was my favorite Dynamix flight simulator. Unfortunately 2 particular things always annoyed me. First is how weak Joystick support actually was, with no option for calibrating with dead zone settings and being buggy as hell, …

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