Holly!, Richard Atkinson wrote: > Now it's only a D/A converter, but it's a start at least. This means all > chips on the PCB are accounted for, and the only mystery left is that > YM3526 thingy... It's sure, the OPL3 is capable of using 4 operators for a sound (I have a lot of books on PC soundcards). And it's sure, it has 2x6 voices (in stereo) in 4-operator mode. Not all voices are true 4 operators, only half of them (3x 4op and 3x 2op) I only have an SB-Pro comp OPTi soundcard (besides the GUS PnP :-)), it has a small Yamaha chip. It's sure, it's an OPL3, but it's numbered YMF 262-M. Who knows if Yamaha has some docs on the NET concerning the OPL's; as you said your card has 8 x 4 ops voices in mono, then I'd doubt if it's an OPL3. But who knows if it has some parts of the other Yamaha FM chip designs? Levente - This message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list. To unsubscribe: echo unsubscribe | mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
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