Is there a list of games composed on MT-32 (OLD vs new), or a list of which synths were used for which DOS games?

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Re: Is there a list of games composed on MT-32 (OLD vs new), or a list of which synths were used for which DOS games?

Postby Mok » 2017-12-19 @ 11:58

HunterZ wrote:
bloodbat wrote:Whoever removed it from Wikipedia was right :s I don't know how Gobliiins slipped in there, attached are a pic of the sound card selection screen for Gobliiins and an updated MIDI list :P. Sorry for the inconvenience.

Thanks, I removed it again.

Interestingly, it seems the game has no music on any hardware, except maybe Redbook CD audio or something in the CD version?

While for some reason it's not used, there is actually an adlib title song by Moby inside the game resources of early european versions of the game (in Adlib's MUS/SND format). It was removed in later versions of the game. In any case I can't remember any Coktel Vision game that used MIDI music, MT-32 or GM.
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Re: Is there a list of games composed on MT-32 (OLD vs new), or a list of which synths were used for which DOS games?

Postby KainXVIII » 2019-3-24 @ 11:02

Still on the fence about Quest for Glory 3, game sounds better (or as intended) on Mt-32 or General Midi (sound canvas)?
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Re: Is there a list of games composed on MT-32 (OLD vs new), or a list of which synths were used for which DOS games?

Postby Kaminari » 2019-3-24 @ 12:39

GM definitely. It was one of the first Sierra games targeted at GM and it clearly sounds bad on MT-32 (which uses a generic remapping table).
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Re: Is there a list of games composed on MT-32 (OLD vs new), or a list of which synths were used for which DOS games?

Postby gdjacobs » 2019-3-25 @ 16:38

Oddly enough, though, I prefer LB2 with the GM patch despite the fact it was composed for LA synthesis.
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Re: Is there a list of games composed on MT-32 (OLD vs new), or a list of which synths were used for which DOS games?

Postby KainXVIII » 2019-3-25 @ 20:47

Kaminari wrote:GM definitely. It was one of the first Sierra games targeted at GM and it clearly sounds bad on MT-32 (which uses a generic remapping table).

Thanks!

gdjacobs wrote:Oddly enough, though, I prefer LB2 with the GM patch despite the fact it was composed for LA synthesis.

I think you miss some sound effects with GM (like typing machine sound in newspaper office)..
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