On Sun, Dec 04, 2011 at 12:49:08AM +0000, Richard Atkinson wrote: > Copies of it here or here. > > http://download.cnet.com/3001-2121_4-10656151.html?spi=42bcaca8d5d35432dfd9dac377cc911e > > http://www.x-entertainment.com/articles/0952/ > > Would be very interesting to see if this works on the C64. It could > just be playing on the SoundBlaster's PCM channel, but it sounds too > "synthesized" to me. Well, I doubt :( I tried those in DOSBOX, OPL register writes captured (as I did with Dune too, that was the way I could include the result in my program to playback it on a C64), but the capture didn't even started (capture file is opened on the first AdLib register access by DOSBOX). So I guess they are not OPL stuff, but digitalized samples ......... > Richard > > On Dec 3 2011, Gábor Lénárt wrote: > > >On Sat, Dec 03, 2011 at 02:54:58PM -0800, davidt wrote: > >>Anything about the composite sinusoidal modelling mode of the > >>OPL would be more than welcome here! > >> > >>Anyone know anything about that and the Sound Expander? Any examples > >>floating around? > > > >Where can I download that software from? In my opinion, if it > >works in DOSBOX, it can capture a DRO file on registers, so it can > >be played back on C64 with OPL2 equipped SFX Sound Expander > >cartridge. However, it is important to note, that it is really not > >the best way to do: as DRO file simply contains regnumber-regvalue > >data pairs (and delay info) so if there is rapid change on the > >registers, huge amount of memory is needed for even a shorter > >audio. It would be great to know the exact method audio is > >generated instead of just capturing registers. So then there can > >be a software like that written for C64 which can say sentences, > >not only a fixed one. > > > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list > > > > Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing listReceived on 2011-12-04 16:00:08
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