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Re: Fluidsynth soundfont patch

Anyone know a site where you can get the commercial version of the fluid soundfont? I saw it once and I have lost it. Found it, here http://samples-shop.com/sf2-native/soundfonts-vol2-p-1551.html Looks like a scam. These soundfonts are free, and I'm pretty sure some of them do not come with a …

Re: Fastest emulators period

darry wrote on 2021-02-01, 13:58: Were you running games ? My personal memories from 1997-8 tend to match up more with http://www.amigaforever.com/emulator/ I did run games. I remember the DOS version was fast, while the Windows version was much slower. I hope I'm not misremembering things here, as …

Re: Fastest emulators period

The Amiga contains multiple customs chips that need to be emulated along with a 68K CPU . This requires a fair amount of CPU powee. At least in the late 90s, when Pentium 1 CPUs were still relevant, there was no way to run an Amiga emulator at anything approaching usable speed . I was using Fellow …

Re: Heads Up: Roland Sound Canvas VA VSTi Plugin!

Hi Guys, I am not sure if anyone else has had this issue I purchased a lifetime key for sound canvas va in Roland cloud manager. It says installed but there are no applications on my pc and no way to open/use the application. Has anyone else had this or have any tips?I have emailed their support …

Re: DOSBox ECE (for Windows & Linux)

On my browser, there is a donation button after that text. You may be using a more efficient ad blocker than me. OK, it's not the ad blocker. It's Privacy Badger. It blocks ko-fi.com because it tries to run javascript. It might be a good idea to host the image for the ko-fi button directly on …

Re: CUE sheet troubles :/

It wouldn't. Compressed audio brings other problems like slow seeking, loss of quality, incorrect tracks lengths... Not with FLAC. It's lossless and bit-perfect. Seeking might be a bit slower than uncompressed WAV, but still orders of magnitude faster than a CD-ROM drive. This is why the CHD format …

Re: DOSBox ECE (for Windows & Linux)

mt32emuqt is stand-alone munt. Is that different from regular Munt? We use the term "stand-alone munt" to refer to running mt32emuqt or mt32emualsadrv or mt32emuwin32drv and then configuring dosbox to output to that through a MIDI port. "Built-in munt" on the other hand refers to using a patched …

Re: DOSBox ECE (for Windows & Linux)

If you're on a very slow CPU (I'm thinking of like 2GHz CPUs fron the 2000's), then stand-alone Munt is better, yes. Just for reference, I use mt32emuqt with a debian varient on a Raspberry Pi, and it's absolutely no problem on a RPi3 or above. I think they say the CPU is equivalent to a 2GHz …

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