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Re: SBVGM (DOS) VGM Player

Hi OPLx, I'm preparing my computer to receive the SAAYM. I'm so glad it's happening and soon I'll be able to listen to my favorite arcade music on original hardware thanks to the SAAYM and SBVGM, I can barely believe it! The card has a bit more onboard configuration than I expected, I did some …

Re: SBVGM (DOS) VGM Player

Sly_Botts wrote on 2021-05-06, 03:02: Ah yes ok I see. That Makes sense. Sorry man I guess I've been trying to play incompatible files this whole time. Sorry about that. No problem at all. If you have any questions or run into trouble, please don't hesitate to ask.

Re: SBVGM (DOS) VGM Player

Yeah no dice. This time I tried a YM2151 vgm file from the arcade game Golden Axe (https://vgmrips.net/packs/pack/golden-axe-sega-system-16b). I got the same message "detected hardware cannot play VGM". You'll need a sound card that uses the YM2151 to listen to YM2151 VGMs. So far, the only one I …

Re: SBVGM (DOS) VGM Player

I tried to use this today and it told me "detected hardware cannot play VGM". I have an SB16 Vibra S which has an OPL3 chip on board (CT2800). Does anyone know why it says this? Could you tell me which version are you using and which VGM file you were trying to play? There was a playback issue on …

Re: SBVGM (DOS) VGM Player

I tried to use this today and it told me "detected hardware cannot play VGM". I have an SB16 Vibra S which has an OPL3 chip on board (CT2800). Does anyone know why it says this? Could you tell me which version are you using and which VGM file you were trying to play? There was a playback issue on …

Re: SBVGM (DOS) VGM Player

Right, awesome is totally the word here ! I counted that this would add support for 307 new titles just from vgmrips (ym2203 = 218, ym2608 = 56, ym2610b = 35), on top of the 372 new from ym2151. Now I totally am motivated to finish my new setup with the SAAYM and collect all those vgm files, I …

Re: SBVGM (DOS) VGM Player

SBVGM v1.36 is available from: http://www.oplx.com/code/ This update includes: Support for YM2203, YM2608, and SB16 on PC-98 (special thanks to @thepirategamerboy12 for testing!). Support for YM2203, YM2608, and YM2610(B) support on TexElec SAAYM. Support for "OPL4 on OPL3"; OPL4 VGMs that use OPL3 …

Re: SBVGM (DOS) VGM Player

Nice work as usual OPLx. I took some time to test the player with what I had under my hand tonight. One computer had a sb1.5+cms and the other only have the tndy nano. With the help of -noscan, I could quickly select OPLL and/or PSG music by using the -a and/or -C switch. On the tndy nano (still …

Re: SBVGM (DOS) VGM Player

SBVGM v1.35 is available from: http://www.oplx.com/code/ This update includes: Addition of command line switch (-sbp1) to force Sound Blaster Pro 1.0 dual OPL2 mode now possible to hear 2xYM3812 VGMs and Impact MuSiX Disk #1 (no Y8950 ADPCM playback support) Addition of command line switch (-noscan) …

Re: SBVGM (DOS) VGM Player

You are right, the autodetection was not slow before... I wonder what make this system so slow, I timed it around 1 to 2 seconds (which become noticeable if you have to skip a bunch of incompatible vgm). The presence of BLASTER= environment variable seem to make the autodetection faster. Oh well, …

Re: SBVGM (DOS) VGM Player

Yes that's the point, let's not be too hasty. Like you say often, there is many variant of VGM and many playback configuration. Right now I have a temporary setup with the TNDY Nano and no OPL2/3 in it so unexpected stuff start to appear. Like there is some .VGM that has OPLL and PSG set in the …

Re: SBVGM (DOS) VGM Player

Wow that's great news, OPLx! Since you have the habit to release achieved builds I was certain your new version would work alright but I was eager to test it anyway. It was a real treat to listen to all of my favorite SEGA Master System music via a playlist on original hardware while I could do …

Re: SBVGM (DOS) VGM Player

SBVGM v1.34 is available from: http://www.oplx.com/code/ This update includes the fix for the SN74689 'low bass note' issue that occurs with Sega Master System VGM's that use a frequency value of 0 to 'silence' the note which was reported by @ElBrunzy.

Re: SBVGM (DOS) VGM Player

Hi OPLx, I hope I did not stressed you with that issue, I know is must be the third time I bring it to your attention. Having an hobby can become a burden if you feel an obligation to work on it and it's not what I'm trying to achieve. On the opposite, I was in the impression that to document the …

Re: SBVGM (DOS) VGM Player

@ElBrunzy, what you for making the recordings and looking further into the issue. The main cause of the incorrect bass sound on the SN76489 is that the Sega Master System implementation is different from that of the SN76489AN. At the time I added support for the SN76489, I did not have actual …

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