Realfun 3

By GhostwriterP

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18-10-2020, 20:32

For all those who are interested in trying out and explore the new SCC features for themselves, I prepared a trial version of our latest in-house tracker for the SCC-I, PSG and SN in development, complete with a manual and a couple of songs.

Realfun 3 Trial

I noticed too late that the openMSX 16.0 (catapult) has a SN76489 extension, so unfortunately this will currently not work straight away. The io base should be adjusted to: io base="0xE0" ... guess I will change this in future versions for everyone's convenience.

Have fun!

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By Guillian

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18-10-2020, 21:00

Amazing work!
I can't believe an SCC-I sounds like this (O__o!)

By Manuel

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18-10-2020, 21:38

@GhostwriterP the openMSX SN extension is at the same ports as Franky.

I tried with the Boosted MSXturboR with IDE (booted with DEL pressed to skip the IDE), which has an SCC+ built in, but I get no sound.

About the Dungeon song: when I load it, it doesn't play when I press F1, but all other songs play fine.

By GhostwriterP

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18-10-2020, 22:24

Quote:

the openMSX SN extension is at the same ports as Franky.

Yes, I know but I am used to io at 0E0h like for the colecovision. You have to change this in the machine or extension file to hear SN sound. Like I mentioned I will likely change this later on.

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which has an SCC+ built in, but I get no sound.

There is currently no detection so it has to be in slot 1, when you select a MegaFlashROM SCC+ it should work. Detection routines is also on the to do list, but probably will take a while.

As a side note, I got the feeling corridors of time is slowing down a bit here and there in openMSX 16.0 (which I did not notice in 15), some changes in timings? vdp? Or is it because I changed the interrupt handling last minute...

By Grauw

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18-10-2020, 22:24

If you use the “video9000” extension you can select the V9990 video source from code. This way the emulator user (and real Video9000 hardware owner) does not have to manually switch video source. I recommend it Smile.

By GhostwriterP

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18-10-2020, 22:25

Indeed, that is what I do as well

By Grauw

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18-10-2020, 22:28

Hmm, it didn’t automatically switch for me, I had to use set videosource…

Anyway, very cool project!

By Manuel

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18-10-2020, 23:40

It worked fine for me, got the GFX9000 display automatically using the Boosted MSXturboR config, which contains a Video9000.