Started by Domarius, March 12, 2019, 03:24:59
Quote from: Saga Musix on March 13, 2019, 19:35:55The number of channels doesn't really change the fact that two-operator (or even four-operator) FM modulation produces very weak drum sounds. I'd say it's a very well-known limitation that is best compensated with small drum samples (like on the Sega Megadrive).
Quote from: YuzuMSX on March 13, 2019, 20:43:12Lol, thanks OwO
Quote from: Domarius on March 14, 2019, 05:08:03Ah, hi That song sounded to me like it could have been in a 90's DOS game, or demoscene intro, it was very nostalgic for me. I hope you make more sometime.
Quote from: YuzuMSX on March 14, 2019, 05:14:25Hey. You can listen more songs with this linkhttp://battleofthebits.org/barracks/Profile/JonKaruzu/AllEntrySeriously the Ad-lib Had 9Channels (2-Op) also Ad-Lib Gold had 18 channels also 4Op mode divide to 6.Sorry idk
Quote from: Domarius on March 12, 2019, 03:24:59I just wanted to congratulate Saga Musix for implementing FM support. I just updated and played the "Yuzu - Yu-Lib" song and it sounds just like listening to the Adlib music from the 90's DOS games. That OPL chip has a distinct sound (if weak percussion, hahah) and I love it.
Quote from: Saga Musix on March 18, 2019, 22:01:03The emulated chip is OPL3. ST3 only has OPL2 support, so it does not support those extra waveforms that you mentioned, but you can use them e.g. in SchismTracker. So if you want to be 100% compatible, avoid using them in S3M format. More advanced OPL3 features (i.e. 4-op patches) are currently not supported but they may come eventually (of course not in the S3M format).
Quote from: Saga Musix on March 18, 2019, 22:01:03Also, you can go a bit easier on that Shift key. The last time I checked, there is no capitalized "G" in my nick.
Quote from: nikku4211 on March 18, 2019, 22:51:39Just as I thought. If ScreamTracker 3 doesn't support OPL3, why did you take the extra effort to support it, and why does OpenMPT extend the S3M format to support those extra waveforms? Just curious.
Quote from: Saga Musix on March 19, 2019, 09:29:48It's actually more effort to have different feature sets in S3M and MPTM than just being able to use the same code in both formats.