Moonblaster 1.4 and MFR

By Hydragon

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18-05-2018, 15:39

Ey, recently got myself a MFR and I'm a happy user.
I managed to get Moonblaster 1.4 to run from directory, with executing
MAP
BASIC autoexec.bas

I noticed I've to put in the mbm/mbk files in same directory as in Moonblaster is located.
Now I downloaded the music archive from WORP3 rammed the entire MBM folder in it an noticed there's some file limitation, because when I choose to show files Moonblaster started acting funny and eventually crashed.
Is there any patched version available for Moonblaster that allows to read directories or over "300+" mbm/mbk files?

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By ToriHino

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18-05-2018, 16:50

When you only want to play all those files maybe it is more easy to use a dos(2) command line standalone player and link that into for example MultiMente. That way you can just browse to the folder and start playback using enter on the file.

By Hydragon

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19-05-2018, 13:04

Well it's for during stream, easier to select multiple tunes while on "BRB" and have them play automatically.
Plus MoonBlaster playing looks damn nice with the scrolling etc.

By Manel46

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19-05-2018, 18:47

The MFR SCC + SD, already carries a Moonblaster player. Simply from the MM, select a song and press return. ESC cancels.

By Hydragon

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21-05-2018, 13:26

the mbmplayer needs some fixing. it doesn't load samples correctly, as in samples aren't heard on playing the mbm song. also the mbk's are stuck in memory even after reboot on loading mbk's in it.

By JohnHassink

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21-05-2018, 21:46

Samples are supposed to stick in the sample RAM even after reboot. That is normal behaviour and doesn't cause any problems on itself.

By Hydragon

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22-05-2018, 10:53

Doesn't explain why the samples loaded into the Module keep playing themselves automatically on interval randomly.

By JohnHassink

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22-05-2018, 10:56

Hahaha, it sure don't.