MT-32 emulation (for Sierra Music)

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MT-32 emulation (for Sierra Music)

Post by Collector » Thu Nov 12, 2009 4:28 am

Originally Posted: Sat Jul 29, 2006 2:58 pm

I had a thread on the Sierra boards about the MT-32 emulator, Munt, and thought that I would add a Munt page to the Sierra Help Pages. Munt, the Roland MT-32 Sound Module emulator, is getting to a usable state of development. I have some samples from my real MT-32 and from Munt. Hear what the Sierra music was meant to sound like. You will also find links to these emulators.
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Re: MT-32 emulation (for Sierra Music)

Post by Tawmis » Thu Nov 12, 2009 4:28 am

Nice! Though the .OGG file thing kills me. I always have to convert it over to mp3 format, because I don't have a program that openly plays OGG (well, other than GoldWave, which I use to convert to MP3 so I can burn it as an audio CD eventually!) :)

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Re: MT-32 emulation (for Sierra Music)

Post by Collector » Thu Nov 12, 2009 4:30 am

Winamp plays OGGs very nicely.

For the ultimate Sierra experience, use the ykhwong CVS build of DOSBox and in your dosbox.conf under the [render] section, set scaler=advmame3x, then install the Munt driver. Be sure to run the Sierra install to select MT-32 for your sound driver. BTW, if you need help with the MT-32 ROMs, PM me.
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