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PostPosted: 2017-02-17, 22:33:05 

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Ok, it is because the music in Hotdog Storm does not use the PCM at all, so the data has been removed from the VGM rips. Open the sound ROMs from the game instead. To know what ROM to open, you'll have to look it up in the MAME source code, as a hint here is the ROM definitions for Hotdog Storm (mp1.u65)


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PostPosted: 2017-04-12, 1:13:31 
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Has there been any updates? These are some tracks I haven't been able to rip instruments from with any tool yet:

TMNT Turtles in Time - Character Bios, Boss, Scene 2/Alleycat (crashes vgm2tfi and vgm2opm), Scene 3/Sewer Surfing (crashes vgm2tfi and vgm2opm), Prehistoric (crashes vgm2tfi and vgm2opm), Night Riders, Starbase (crashes vgm2tfi+vgm2opm)


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PostPosted: 2017-12-04, 17:36:46 
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Is anybody willing to share this program?

It appears the OP took it down due to perceived lack of gratitude and did not respond to my request to share.

Thanks in advance to anyone willing to help. :mrgreen:


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PostPosted: 2017-12-09, 20:08:55 
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Please? Anybody? :help:


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Its back!
Merry Christmas! :)


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PostPosted: 2017-12-27, 16:42:41 
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Yessss!! No more copying patches by hand :joy:

Thanks so much :D


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PostPosted: 2017-12-28, 19:05:21 
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Yarm,

That tool is very useful thanks for making YM2151 OPM patch files all in one shot. If you plan on updating it in the future I could use an option box to force the bpm of the midi from the VGM conversion to a lower or higher number.
That way when I use a tracker like Renoise or FL Studio the piano roll notes are stretched out farther. Some midi converters make the bpm like 30bpm or 70bpm on the midi output which is not usable in most cases.
Have a nice Holiday!


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PostPosted: 2017-12-29, 14:09:20 
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I've just added the abilty to set the BPM and TQN, please let me know if it helped :)


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