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PostPosted: 2012-05-18, 18:21:15 

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TitleTop Speed / Full Throttle
ComposerMasahiro Takagi
SystemTaito Z System
Sound ChipsYM2151
Tracks8
Playing time16:48
Pack authorSonic of 8!
Pack version1.00
Last Update2012-05-30



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PostPosted: 2016-07-06, 15:02:41 
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This rip is missing the drums (probably played by MSM5205 chip).


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PostPosted: 2016-07-06, 15:57:57 

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That's already been mentioned in the notes.

Honestly, it was such a waste of time to make a pack where some tracks use an unsupported chip (especially one that is important to the tracks). I would like to see the MSM5205 supported in the future; anyone know why it isn't supported?

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PostPosted: 2016-07-06, 20:01:24 

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MSM5205 is also required for some PC Engine CD games (and would also be very useful for homebrew productions), but it's been on the backburner for ages. I think the publicized reason was not a technical problem but the lack of games (although I can name a dozen supported chips which have far fewer games than MSM5205).

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PostPosted: 2016-07-08, 7:37:36 

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Kaminari wrote:
I think the publicized reason was not a technical problem
No, no, no - the reason IS a technical problem. And that is, that that VGMs don't support 3+ sound chips of the same type. And that is a very common scenario for the 5205 chip.


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PostPosted: 2016-07-09, 8:46:46 

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One MSM5205 per mono channel? That seems extreme. Incidentally, I wonder how the NEC PC-FX manages to output stereo ADPCM with just one MSM5205 (the PC-FX audio hardware is apparently identical to a PC Engine CD system).

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