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SNDH reader?

Postby NGF » Sat Oct 01, 2011 3:07 pm

Is there by any chance some software that can open .sndh files and display the notes. maxYMiser only opens it's own format and not any .sndh (from the SNDH archive for example).
I would prefer a pc-tool, but if there isn't one I could use one on the ST aswell..
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Re: SNDH reader?

Postby !cube » Mon Oct 03, 2011 8:07 am

SNDH is only a wrapper, or a container if you will, and as such it can encapsulate any format inside it. Making a note viewer for it would require making a MC68000 emulator that plays the tune after which you'd read the YM frequency registers and remap them back to musical notes. So in short, no, there's no tool available to do that.
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Re: SNDH reader?

Postby simonsunnyboy » Mon Oct 03, 2011 9:53 am

Unless you can extract the used music format and then load it into its native tracker.
E.q. Maxymizer saves SNDH directly and it can load its own SNDH files.
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