Reply 20 of 53, by Lord Nightmare
Yep, its a digital rip from a v1.07 rom, pcb 01 unit.
This is the HIGHEST POSSIBLE QUALITY you can extract from a v1.x mt-32 (15-bit digital)! Its digital all the way from the chip to the computer, no analog whatsoever!
(A v2.x mt-32 and a cm-32L/LAPC-1 do 16-bit digital, but have some differences in the la32 and the control code.)
To get 'true bit accurate' content, you have to make the following changes to KingGuppy's instructions:
Edit: 32000hz is correct, leave it at that.
Set a byte offset of 8 to the file, this fixes the fact that 4 extra samples were captured at the beginning.
Set channels to the following pannings:
The more informed among you will notice that the channels follow the time-slot order on the mt-32 schematic.
The channels are:
1: Right reverb send/out
2: Direct Right out
5: Left reverb send/out
6: Direct Left out
7: Right reverb recieve
8: Left reverb recieve
You can also set the +/- slider to boost channels 2 and 6 by 3db each, to counteract the 50% mixing of reverb wet and dry. (this is optional and may not be completely correct)
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