tikbalang wrote:mider v2.50
gerwin wrote:When you play a midi file with any such programs and output to an opl2 or opl3, does it need a conversion-bank or something to translate midi-instruments to opl waveforms? I Hope someone is willing to explain..
gerwin wrote: need: playback of ordinary midi files through a hardware opl3 FM chip (with stereo output, not just using it as a mono opl2)
gulikoza wrote:I've played midis with win31 in dosbox. Not sure if it's stereo or not...
leileilol: MIDIER does OPL3, in stereo
leileilol: The driver Windows ships with is OPL2. There is a OPL3 FM driver available for Win3.1 somewhere, and could even use custom instrument banks too iirc
GSPLAY is a Standard MIDI File player for IBM-compatible computers
running MSDOS. The program has been specially designed for playing
General MIDI and Roland GS Standard MIDI files, but it will work fine
for non-GM/GS files as well. GSPLAY also includes special support for
the Roland SC-88.
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