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Re: Technically impressive FM synth music

Postby fitzpatr » 2017-10-19 @ 05:12

appiah4 wrote:It probably and hopefully was mentioned in a million posts above but I LOVE alloyrun..

Me too!

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Re: Technically impressive FM synth music

Postby Stretch » 2017-12-03 @ 21:45

Dynamite Headdy for the Sega Genesis/Megadrive is very good.
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Re: Technically impressive FM synth music

Postby Kreshna Aryaguna Nurzaman » 2017-12-11 @ 17:21

fitzpatr wrote:
appiah4 wrote:It probably and hopefully was mentioned in a million posts above but I LOVE alloyrun..

Me too!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2vpmyQBOb58&list=PLNGVuhUQDXfeMlkd4_oqYk2JEjCR1G-GP&index=3

Very good song indeed, but I always have the impression that FM music sound best with anime-like songs or Japanese game soundtracks.
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Re: Technically impressive FM synth music

Postby Scali » 2017-12-11 @ 21:35

I found this one recently, on the Crossfire Designs page: https://youtu.be/nfOxZI36xxE
Made in a tracker called Easy AdLib. Never heard of it. I really like how it sounds though.
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Re: Technically impressive FM synth music

Postby Stretch » 2018-8-23 @ 23:08

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Re: Technically impressive FM synth music

Postby SpeedySPCFan » 2018-8-23 @ 23:39

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Re: Technically impressive FM synth music

Postby leileilol » 2018-9-04 @ 14:11

Jim Power for DOS :P

the music being the only redeeming factor for jim
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Re: Technically impressive FM synth music

Postby bsa » 2019-7-15 @ 02:41

Cloudschatze wrote:Everything I've posted in this thread is an OPL2 (YM3812) composition/arrangement. For the recordings, however, I've captured the S/PDIF output from an OPL3-based AWE32.


Sorry for raising this from the dead, but could I please ask how you recorded this in more detail? As you say, the Genpei War music is very impressive. It almost sounds like there's stereo and reverb going on there somehow, despite the OPL2 being mono (as far as I know).

1. Where did you manage to find the original game (Genpei War)?
2. Did you record it by simply running the game and recording from S/PDIF out?
3. What are the specs of the machine you ran it on?
4. Any extra effects or processing applied?

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