NGF wrote:Great tool collection! Thanks! XM2YM sounds intriguing
lotek_style wrote:Mug: Is a new section on Atari Legend with that kind of tools planned?
groovykid wrote:i'm also interested by a .ym (or .sndh) to .mid converter to play the files on my piano and also make remixes.
Edit : thanks mug uk for the ym to mid ! that's what i was looking for
Mug UK wrote:Unfortunately I don't think any of those tools have been updated in a while and/or have their source code with them. However there is a really old ('96) PSG to MID convertor on Aminet which comes with the full 'C' source code if you're able to code in 'C'? You'll probably need to unpack the .YM files first as they're LHA compressed but the raw data should be compatible-ish
goonzy wrote:Question about Saint YM conversion.. they seem not to be lha packed..
However, when i pass them thru YMtools, I'm not getting any size improvement .. Am i missing something ..
Mug UK wrote:Two tunes I'd done years ago in .MID are: There Are Many Sheep in Outer Mongolia and the Level-16 Fullscreen.
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