Steven Seagal wrote:In the attached file, samples are shifted (/2) once, and they are a second time in Steem since v3.9.2.
The problem is corrected but is that faithful?
You may use one or the other file according to your tastes/needs.
Option 'Sampled YM2149', of course.
dma wrote:I don't know if STeem DMA sound volume is actually too low or too high compared to the real machine,
but if you want some opinion about what to do, please have its STe DMA sound volume faithful to the real thing (as you suggest).
Otherwise STeem will not be usable for YM+DMA composing (using maxYMiser for example).
AtariZoll wrote:Sorry, I was not aware about separated thread for each request.
I don't get what you mean under "very hot" YM sound. Probably that is harsh . Why reducing volume of YM if it is not too high, and causes not distortion ?
But really don't get that YM+DMA is one flow. It is mixed digitally somewhere.
"But Steem is an accurate emulator, not a STE "as it should have been". I don't want people to claim that it is better in the emulator than on the real machine."
Really ? So, then why fast floppy access mode, why extended video modes, etc ? Why side-B option ? Why emu detect option at all ?
Not to mention that whole original STEem is hacked to work with older TOS versions (for ST) too - that's corrected only in Steem SSE
AtariZoll wrote:It was hacked - for instance to work with TOS on different address than it is in STE.
That makes no sense. They are mixed not before, but in Microwire circuit. You can even switch off PSG audio in it.
AtariZoll wrote:And then it must be legit ? Really can not follow your logic.
And I choose option to do something more useful than repeating myself here ...
Steven Seagal wrote:So I just added this in Steem (not available yet, source is a mess), it's easy enough the way I proposed, just shifting the YM sound 2 bit when $2 is written in the Microwire mixer.
It works with the (amateur?) game Sabotage, which maybe was developed on a modded STE?
On my STE, it blasts at full volume.
Could you point to some of your little games using the feature?
Steven Seagal wrote:I mean those games you mod of course, I guess you have some using the STE hack, or else why do we have this discussion?
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