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Re: OPi: a USB to OPL3 interface (prototype)

in Marvin \ Sound
Nothing at all? :D Did not expect such lack of interest Or did I miss something? I'm always interested in such efforts. Money to actually buy the finished product, on the other hand, is an entirely different matter. :D So, some (hopefully helpful) questions: Do you have a command that allows you to …

Re: OPi: a USB to OPL3 interface (prototype)

in Marvin \ Sound
Stretch wrote on 2022-10-30, 23:56: ...Do you plan to add SPDIF output at 44.1 Khz?... Thinking about it. Currently I'm also working on stereo version of Blasterboard and actually making an SPDIF out for it, so if that will come out production-cozy, then why not.

Re: OPi: a USB to OPL3 interface (prototype)

in Marvin \ Sound
I concur, really neat design and features, well done. (also - and slightly off topic - that's insanely cool what they're doing with Adlib Tracker these days - my OPL3 music didn't usually sound like that in the 90's!!) BTW these youtube videos I filmed for suzb3ro (the creator of Adlib Tracker) and …

Re: OPi: a USB to OPL3 interface (prototype)

in Marvin \ Sound
Hi! Is this different from RetroWave OPL3 Express (previously the RetroWave OPL3) ? DosBox-X already have support for it too... Thanks for the info, didn't know about it.. I made a research about something similar when started the OPi and there was no such thing Strange that it looks ridiculously …

OPi: a USB to OPL3 interface (prototype)

in Marvin \ Sound
Hello there! This is a new design I've been working on for quite some time. OPi is an external USB sound device that allows games and other software running in DOSBox to use an original OPL3 chip for music playback. Additionally it has a line audio input for mixing PCM sound from a computer with …

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