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Re: Doom 2 MIDI OPL3 issue

Oetker wrote on 2020-02-20, 07:47: Additionally a .mid file might not match a game's internal midi format, so even a GM device might sound different between playing a file and actually listening in-game. I read something similar about Duke3D as well. Supposedly, the music sounds slightly different …

Re: Voodoo 3 3000 with LCD and DOS games

DOS games definitively look better on a CRT, but there is a drawback as well. For me, the 60 Hz refresh rate makes it very difficult to look at a CRT monitor for extended periods of time. And it's not much better for games that run at 70 Hz either. No such issues with an LCD screen. Windows games …

Re: CD audio vs Roland & General Midi

I shall go listen to Mechanical Man 100 times as punishment Heh, I might just join you in that. The C&C and RA soundtracks are amazing and I keep them in my music rotation to this day. The sequels had some good music too, but they never resonated with me as much as the originals. Probably because I …

Re: CD audio vs Roland & General Midi

But then I was blown away by C&C's CD audio soundtrack. While C&C and Red Alert had great sounding music, they didn't use redbook CD audio. IIRC, the music was was in some sort of compressed PCM format. The files were stored on the CD but they weren't standard 16-bit 44.1 kHz stereo redbook audio …

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