Any idea where I can find the.kss file of quarth?

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By poke-1,170

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12-10-2004, 19:07

Well,yeah ! Looking for the .kss files of konami games,so i can convert them to waves (and play them on the radioshow of 19 december).I have kingsvalley 2 and such,but can't find quarth Sad Any idea where to look for all SCC and KSS stuff?

Julian

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By Guillian

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12-10-2004, 19:16

I have it Wink Send me an email.

By poke-1,170

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12-10-2004, 21:16

And should this stuff REALY be played at 60hz? My god if so,then I understand why the japanese are so hyperactive hahaha ! I thought 50 was well enough,though it should be played at the original speed that they use in japan....hmmmm

By Haze

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14-10-2004, 11:29

Well, you get used to it after a while. Smile So yes, 60Hz it is. Tongue

By ro

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14-10-2004, 11:38

hey, you're name is "poke -1,170" hehe, cool (oh and welcome dude)

By [D-Tail]

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14-10-2004, 12:53

We can safely say he's a Philips user Wink

By poke-1,170

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15-10-2004, 13:44

Else it would have been poke -1,255 for those sony users ^_^
Yeah,I am happy with my nms8280,8235 and 8250 Smile
I collect msx-es a bit,it's surprising how many models there are.

By BiFi

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15-10-2004, 14:24

All japanese software houses compose their music for 60Hz as it's the speed they know. To get to know the .KSS file format I converted the music of almost all Konami titles to that format. Currently missing are Snatcher, F1-Spirit 3D-Special and SD-Snatcher. Also I have a feeling I'm missing one Uranai Sensation tune.

You can also use POKE-1,(NOT(PEEK(-1))AND240)*17/16 and you'd be working on all of them. Smile

By NYYRIKKI

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15-10-2004, 14:48

BiFi: I must continue nit-picking... This is even shorter version and also works on all MSX computers:

POKE -1,(15-PEEK(-1)\16)*17

By BiFi

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15-10-2004, 14:51

So that's what the N in your nick stands for: Nit-picker Wink

By poke-1,170

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15-10-2004, 15:04

Bifi Send me a mail..I have the files you are looking for
thecmen@gmail.com

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