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PostPosted: 2012-11-14, 0:24:37 

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TitleStunts / 4D Sports: Driving
ComposerMichael J. Sokyrka, Kris Hatlelid, Brian Plank
Sound ChipsAdLib/OPL2 (YM3812)
Tracks4
Playing time3:44
Pack authorTom
Pack version1.00
Last Update2012-11-13


Download PC/Stunts_(PC).zip (35 210 bytes)


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PostPosted: 2016-07-24, 14:51:07 
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Great rip for a great game, too...

For this music, the original fileformat is MKS.
How did you manage to convert to VGZ, then?
Thanks.


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PostPosted: 2016-07-24, 17:12:38 

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The songs aren't converted, they're logged. That is, the game is being run normally in an emulator and the commands the game sends to the sound chip gets captured and logged into the VGM files.


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PostPosted: 2016-07-24, 17:24:04 
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ctr wrote:
The songs aren't converted, they're logged. That is, the game is being run normally in an emulator and the commands the game sends to the sound chip gets captured and logged into the VGM files.


Thanks for your fast answer.
You mean, that you're running the game in DOSBox (i guess?) and capture the RAW datas ?

In fact, in an other game : Michael Jordan in Flight, there are KMS files too, and I didn't manage to all of them (and renaming/swap filenames doesn't work).
Any issue ? Thanks.


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PostPosted: 2016-07-25, 4:18:19 

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VGM is an audio log format used by several emulators. VGM supports a multitude of sound chips, which makes the original music format of the game irrelevant.

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