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Re: MIDI intelligent mode: Seventh Guest

in DOS
prozac: 20 mg, abilify: 5 mg I am making a mistake here, there is a separate cm-32l mode for 7th Guest. In this mode, with the Edirol cm-32l you will here a wolf howling rather than a dog barking. I'd like to try it on the Lord of the Rings as well, upon which I used a Roland branded cm-32l. Oops, I …

Re: DOSBox Feature Request Thread

Can DOS box emulate the CT1747 chip? This is the ASIC on the retail Soundblaster 16, not the version that came with Dell computers. The Yamaha SoundEdge, thinking clearly, is like the SoundBlaster Pro 4.0, with an OPL4 chip. Rex Nebular, on YouTube, sounds like a SoundEdge, so the emulated CT1747 …

Re: MIDI intelligent mode: Seventh Guest

in DOS
I hear if you play this game in LAPC-I mode with the Edirol CM-32l, a MIDI version of Hallowed be thy Name will play, scaring the hell out of you. I think the dog takes the place of the singer, if heard correctly. The game calls it the song of the damned.

Re: Sound Blaster 16 Clones

What's the difference between the Soundblaster 16 ASP and the Soundblaster 16? Note: I recall that a "vibra" version means available through Dell and not exactly like the retail version so that driver updates are through Dell.

Re: MIDI intelligent mode: Seventh Guest

in DOS
Case in point: Texas Instruments SN76489AN which was used on the Sega SG-1000 game console. It has one feature missing - it does not automatically switch between analog and s/pdif output. Why would a simple 3-voice PSG have S/PDIF output? Because Gateway/Boston Acoustics implemented it as a weird …

Re: MIDI intelligent mode: Seventh Guest

in DOS
My gibberish is going over the history of those TI for Tandy type ASICS. It's an investigation for who is responsible for defining the standards for PC audio. For MIDI, IIRC it's called the "go back signal" or something like that on 7th Guest. The whole intelligent mode discussion convinced me …

Re: LAPC-I or CM-32L?

Does the Edirol version of the cm-32l have additional connections vis a vis the Roland version? Honestly, I think it takes a CLK on pin 3 of the input. More generically, is our shift from "lapc-1" to "lapc-I" based on a shift from an ISA card with one brand name to another? Like, is there an Edirol …

DAR install

in Milliways
A brief conversation to enhance this thread happened, is there any operating system besides Windows 98 Second Edition that has a switch for automatic digital audio redistribution on the setup menu? Such as ArcaOS? From the audio control panel, the switch is "DAE" digital audio extraction. Different …

Re: Smf playback

in Milliways
I recall, there are soundblaster midi files .sbm. Isn't there a Creative midi file too? I found some reference to .smf being very old, it's also the current, GM2 midi file. I remember, Creative's file is .cts. Did any OS version support .smf natively? Put another way, what was the first version of …

Tandy audio

in Milliways
Texas Instruments SN76489AN which was used on the Sega SG-1000 game console. It has one feature missing - it does not automatically switch between analog and s/pdif output. Necessary because of those Boston Acoustic speakers that had S/PIDF over a miniplug connector. Is there an SN76489ANA that is …

Re: Smf playback

in Milliways
If I remember the Edirol ASIC correctly, it is CQM midi compatible, LA synthesis compatible, and General MIDI compatible. I do remember it has a BIOS message "general MIDI was not intended for PC audio" that some find unpleasant. Also, the SSC-1a ASIC reports in BIOS that it is meant for sound …

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