the last couple of months i was quite busy and had no time to play good old dos games via dbgl. but now i want to start over again. i have an older installation of dbgl v0.93 on my drive which i combined with dosbox ece last year. it's running great, shaders and roland sound are working perfectly. but now i decided to start over again from scratch and downloaded the newest versions of dbgl & dosbox ece.
and here i need to ask for your help please - to use roland sound (or mt32 or cm32l roms) in the older 0.93 version of dbgl i click "edit profile" of any compatible game, after that i click "audio" and under "midi device" i have many choices: alsa - default - coreaudio - coremidi - none - oss - win32 - fluidsynth - mt32 - synth - timidity -> 11 options in total. so i choose "mt32" for wing commander for example and it works.
when i now want to do the same with newest dbgl 0.94.5 and newest dosbox ece under "audio" i can see: alsa - default - coreaudio - coremidi - none - oss - win32 -> only 7 options in total.
how do i add / activate the missing options like mt32 & fluidsynth in that audio dropbox? did i forget something in the general configuration of dgbl?
EDIT: Found it. In the EDIT-Tab of DOSBox ECE i manually added "mt32" in "device"-field. it is working now 😀