OPL2/OPL3 FM Bank Editor for Windows/Linux/MacOS X

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Re: OPL2/OPL3 FM Bank Editor for Windows/Linux/MacOS X

Postby Wohlstand » 2016-12-08 @ 21:35

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Re: OPL2/OPL3 FM Bank Editor for Windows/Linux/MacOS X

Postby MusicallyInspired » 2017-5-22 @ 05:23

Just rediscovered this! This is exceptional! Love the BNK support! Now it can be used in conjunction with SCI Companion and one of NRS's conversion tools to make Adlib patches for Sierra SCI games! Thanks for your work! It would be nice to support Sierra's adlib PAT format directly for reading and writing but I don't have information on the specs. As I stated earlier, NewRisingSun made a tool to convert back and forth between BNK and PAT but I suppose you'd have to speak with him about the specifications.

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Re: OPL2/OPL3 FM Bank Editor for Windows/Linux/MacOS X

Postby Wohlstand » 2017-5-22 @ 16:19

MusicallyInspired, The BNK format is supported experimentally, for now writer is works incorrectly and produces invalid bank file, also in works the support for UNIX SB/OP banks.
I think, I'll ask them for specification of their bank/instrument format and I'll implement the module which will support it. About SCI forum, I have been requested registration, and I'll need to wait approvment from admin's side.
Also, in-repo version now has support for instrument import from IMF files (a bit later i'll add also import from CMF)
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Re: OPL2/OPL3 FM Bank Editor for Windows/Linux/MacOS X

Postby collector » 2017-5-22 @ 22:32

It looks like you should be active. If not let me know.
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Re: OPL2/OPL3 FM Bank Editor for Windows/Linux/MacOS X

Postby Wohlstand » 2017-7-17 @ 03:56

Beta-version which now supports BNK are correctly opening by INSMAKER for DOS, UNIX SB and OP banks, AIL banks, added support for multi-banks (required for AIL format, but will be used widely for own format in future), and instrument import from IMF music files
https://github.com/Wohlstand/OPL3BankEd ... g/1.3-beta
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Re: OPL2/OPL3 FM Bank Editor for Windows/Linux/MacOS X

Postby Stretch » 2017-7-17 @ 11:59

Thanks Wohlstand. Is there a way to save a 4op instrument as a 60 byte sbi file? Right now it saves as 2op 52 byte sbi file.
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Re: OPL2/OPL3 FM Bank Editor for Windows/Linux/MacOS X

Postby Wohlstand » 2017-7-17 @ 12:02

Stretch wrote:Thanks Wohlstand. Is there a way to save a 4op instrument as a 60 byte sbi file? Right now it saves as 2op 52 byte sbi file.

Not yet, I have to implement that

P.S. Do you have example files? Can you send me them to let me better understand them?
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Re: OPL2/OPL3 FM Bank Editor for Windows/Linux/MacOS X

Postby Stretch » 2017-7-18 @ 00:46

This page has an archive of 2op and 4op patch files, and linux program to open the patches.

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