auf wiedersehen monty only psg?

Por PingPong

Prophet (3664)

Imagen del PingPong

23-12-2019, 12:51

Recently I ve heard this song in msx psg. I must admit that is awesome!
And even others ports with different sound hw are equally awesome!
I am wondering if there is some OPx version taking advantage on fm synth like msx music or so.
Anyone know where I can listen (if exists) this with fm chips?

Login sesión o register para postear comentarios

Por NYYRIKKI

Enlighted (5736)

Imagen del NYYRIKKI

23-12-2019, 13:54

IIRC I.O.D.'s Metal Limit had some FM remix (but don't shoot the messenger if I remember wrong)

Por JohnHassink

Ambassador (5540)

Imagen del JohnHassink

23-12-2019, 14:15

I think Meits did one, but I don't remember if it was made public.

Por Poltergeist

Champion (276)

Imagen del Poltergeist

23-12-2019, 15:28

I know Erik Duijs did one... https://youtu.be/R18AKtczvWc?t=1024

Por PingPong

Prophet (3664)

Imagen del PingPong

23-12-2019, 23:39

thx, i was expecting something brilliant given the OPL capabilities. More channels, drums, and instruments.

Por Manuel

Ascended (17696)

Imagen del Manuel

24-12-2019, 00:37

The I.O.D. one in Metal Limit's Lazy Bones menu (under "Coding Meltpots") is fantastic. But it mixes with the 2nd world theme of Uşas too.

Por Meits

Scribe (6338)

Imagen del Meits

24-12-2019, 00:46

I did one in Moonblaster only to find out that the track won't fit the available patterns/positions. The one by Erik Duijs has even less space to be complete as it's in FAC Soundtracker. For a complete version some other tracker needs to be used.
A Moonsound version could be possible by recycling patterns with muted and unmuted channels. Probably Trilo Tracker can handle the tune as well and I bet Oracle could do it, but who can do Oracle?

Por Manuel

Ascended (17696)

Imagen del Manuel

24-12-2019, 09:19

Everyone can! It's available and not that different from the other trackers... it's a matter of will Tongue

Por SjaaQ

Master (196)

Imagen del SjaaQ

24-12-2019, 14:33

I did one for OPL4 back in 1996: https://maur.nl/msx/aufwiede.mwm