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Re: Fortex: Vortex2+YMF744

This looks like an interesting card. Using this post so I can get updates. I've been using YMF7x4-based cards, as a way to get real hardware OPL FM on modern PCIe/PCI -only motherboards. Your point is to use it bracketless in a shared slot you said (I remember doing crazy stuff like that back in my …

Re: New sound card project: AWE64 Legacy

Please subscribe to the updates of this thread and be sure to check manually once in a while, as sometimes the forum engine can stop sending notifications. Hi! I'm just replying to this thread to make sure that the forum engine informs me of future replies. I hope that the upcoming batch is still …

Re: OPL3LPT : OPL3 FM Synthesis on parallel port

It's only an 8088 cpu. I guess I'm stuck with the opl2lpt. A yeah. So you're stuck with music-only on the parallel port using OPL2LPT or future OPL3LPT and patched software/drivers. You should definitely try to find some PLUS-to -ISA adapter so you could plug in an ISA Soundblaster if you want …

Re: OPL3LPT : OPL3 FM Synthesis on parallel port

But OPL3 doesn't mean SoundBlaster compatibility. This is purely FM synthesis. Fanatik should have said "soundblaster music compatibility", it would have been more correct. Sierra adventure games could use the Sound Blaser driver for music, id software's Keen Commander 4-6 uses FM also, ... It …

Re: OPL3LPT : OPL3 FM Synthesis on parallel port

i have no idea what this is but it looks cool :) It's the cool OPL3 sound chip (Yamaha YMF262) that was featured on / emulated by nearly all sound cards in the DOS era, but dreamblaster has found a cool way to successfully cram it into a printer port. So now you can have the authentic old school …

Re: OPL3LPT : OPL3 FM Synthesis on parallel port

Hi OPL3 synth on parallel port The first version prototype is ready and looks like this : So, for the OPL3, you're not going for socketed chips like on the OPL2 ? (SMD IC Socket Adapter ? What's the correct terminology for these ?) Do you think I would be possible to leave contact point on the PCB …

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